Battling for His Health at the Battle of the Bands


Last Updated on March 25, 2024

At the Track Shack Battle of the Bands 5K, local bands positioned throughout the course compete against each other, rocking out to inspire runners and walkers to keep going. 63-year-old Frank Carter needs no additional inspiration. Running in the Growing Bolder division, powered by Florida Blue Medicare, Frank ran this race one year ago and as soon as he finished he knew that something wasn’t right. He soon learned he had mantle cell lymphoma. Frank shares his personal battle to get back on the course, one year later.

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