CrossFit – Friday, September 13th, 2019

Brain Surgeon Calls on Former Patients Turned CrossFitters to Compete for a Worthy Cause

The 52-year-old was diagnosed with glioblastoma – a terminal brain tumor – in June 2018. What started as a migraine he simply couldn’t shift: “I was given three months to live if I did nothing,” he said.  

“The doctors gave me a letter saying I’d be passed away within 24 months.”

Sholto has since undergone two surgeries to remove the growing tumor, fighting to prolong his life expectancy of two years. 

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