August 3, 2020
The Fox Trot
At just 18 years old, Terry Fox lost his leg to Osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer that has an average age at diagnosis of only 15 years old. A few years later, Terry ran 3,339 miles across Canada over a span of 143 days to raise money and awareness to end the suffering of those affected by cancer, stopping only once his cancer spread to his lungs and he could no longer continue. Although Terry lost his own personal battle with the disease at age 22, his legacy lives on to this day and has inspired many through his story.