In the thirty-first episode of the podcast, we connect with Lauren Cisneros who considers herself the everyday person, she’s an athlete who uses these events as a way to overcome adversity. Lauren entered the Death Race with little preparation but a whole lot of motivation to overcome a more personal obstacle, the loss of loved ones. After losing two people that she deeply loved and cared for, her mother and a close friend, Lauren decided to take on the Death Race as a way to overcome the adversity of her loss. Lauren shares her story of how she overcame self-doubt and used her loss as the fuel for her ‘why’ to battle the unknowns of the Death Race. As always, enjoy the show, and thank you for listening!
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