Olympian Chaunte Lowe, ‘Breast Cancer Thriver’ — Overcomes Pandemic To Train For Tokyo Games In 2021

Published Jun 3, 2020

Olympian Chaunte Lowe, ‘Breast Cancer Thriver’ — Overcomes Pandemic To Train For Tokyo Games In 2021

At 36, the mom of three remains optimistic in the face of seemingly-impossible hurdles as she triumphs over an aggressive breast cancer and trains for her 5th summer games.

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