Aug 29, 2016
Robyn Benincasa is a 2014 CNN Hero, a World Champion Adventure Racer, a San Diego Firefighter, a 10x Ironman Triathlete, and the proud owner of two bionic metal hips. Inspired by her good friend and Breast Cancer Survivor, Louise Cooper, Robyn started the 501c3 Project Athena Foundation to help Survivors of medical or traumatic setbacks discover how amazing and strong they are by completing an adventurous dream that they may have never thought possible. As Robyn often says "Its not about the setback, it's about the comeback!"
Beyond her non-profit, Robyn is also a New York Times Bestselling author for “How Winning Works” and is a 3x winner of the “Top 5 Teambuilding Speaker" Award. In the last 10 years she has shared her message about "Extreme Teamwork" and "Why Winners Win" with over 600 companies, from Starbucks, to Boeing, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft, and Nestle, just to name a few.
Robyn also accepts full blame for inspiring people to do insane things like cross the Grand Canyon Rim to Rim to Rim, run their first triathlon, start their own businesses, or kayak 100 miles from Key Largo to Key West! This is, after all, who she is and what she does: Robyn inspires people to grab life with one hand, grab their teammates with the other, and to create that special magic that allows each of us to become better and stronger together than we would ever be alone."
The Project Athena Foundation and our upcoming adventures for Survivors and fundraisers -- paf was inspired by my hip replacements and my awesome semi broken survivor pals who are now "trail Angels" who train others for their big comeback!
Her recent whack (last week) at the longest nonstop paddling race In the world, the Missouri River 340 (a 340 mile race from Kansas City to st Charles) with a fractured femur (grrrrr. Don't get me started)
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