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Grace Plassche - Embracing the Grind With Gratitude; 1st Time Marathoner & Aspiring Doctor | RunChats Ep.60

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I met Grace Plassche exiting the 50th NYC Marathon finish line, where she was beaming with that first-time marathon finisher glow and had just rocked an AMAZING 3:28 debut marathon!

Grace ran in honor of her Grandmother—who passed from Cancer in 2019—and had her initials on her sneakers and could feel her out there on the course when things got really hard. Running and fundraising for the American Cancer Society made things even more meaningful.

Grace comes from a super close-knit, supportive family and is grounded in gratitude. She's an aspiring doctor/surgeon and I'm excited to follow her amazing journey.

We discuss:

-Youth activities: dance, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, travel LAX in middle school, being coached by her dad, bonding moments, finding a passion

-Receiving a scholarship to Brown University for D1 Lacrosse, invaluable learnings, team bonds, workload, time management, overcoming obstacles, leadership, finding her voice, becoming a team captain during her senior year

-Mentors: From Pro-Activity PT & Gym, Eric Eisenhart and Chris Gahagan; Kristen Prendergast, "one of my greatest role models as an amazing marathoner, doctor, and mom of three;" Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum, who "helped me realize the magnitude of my passion for medicine and set in motion the path I am on now"

-Being part of a strong team in both sports and medicine

-A full breakdown of her race and the incredible on course support she received from family & friends (who were EVERYWHERE)

-Her career path and community service


I'm so excited to share Grace's inspiring first-time marathoners journey and I hope you all enjoy this convo as much as we did!


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