Making An Invisible Disease Visible: Injecting Myself On Adventure Cyclist Magazine

Annalisa van den Bergh injects herself on the cover of Adventure Cycling, the largest cycling magazine.

1 on 1 with Soccer Star Maxim Speed

Maxim Speed is an online sensation who certainly lives up to his name. The 12-year-old from Oahu, Hawaii has been playing soccer practically from the time he could walk. Max recently spoke with Beyond Type 1 about his diagnosis, what it’s like playing soccer with T1D, and his plans for the future.

Hiking the Appalachian Trail with T1D

When Rachel Hemond set out on her 21st birthday to hike the Appalachian Trail, it was the culmination of a life full of adventure and exploration.

Superstar Mentality: An Interview with Dempsey Foxson

Dempsey is a competitive gymnast who was diagnosed with T1D in 2012 and continues to push her limits as an athlete, dancer and diabetes advocate.

Recapping The 2018 Abbott Dash to the Finish Line 5K

A number of people with T1D opted to run the 5K as their way to participate in marathon weekend in NYC, and had a blast doing so!

Recapping the Beyond Type Run NYC Marathon Brunch

The Beyond Type Run 2018 Marathon Brunch took place in New York City last Saturday in preparation for Sunday’s marathon. The team gathered at the Ainsworth FIDI to get to know each other, enjoy some delicious food and listen to inspiring speeches.

Runner Spotlight: Gary and Katrina Pilkington

Health and fitness are a priority in Gary and Katrina's lives so that they can set an example for their daughter and inspire others to do the same!

13 Questions with Beyond Type Run Marathoner Olivia Polischeck

Meet Olivia — Student-Athlete at Amherst College, Dodgers lover, country music fan, Omnipod and Dexcom G6 user.

Runner Spotlight: Gabriela Sierra

I decided to join the Beyond Type 1 Team for two main reasons: To have a new goal that would allow me to reconnect with my training, my perseverance and my exercise ... the second reason is to educate and keep dispelling myths and stigmas, leading by example. I couldn't believe it when I was chosen and I realized that I was the only Mexican runner on the team.

13 Questions with Beyond Type Run Marathoner Emily Trantum

Meet Emily – "Running has always been a part of my life and over the years it's taught so many lessons that have carried over into all aspects of my life. After being diagnosed with Type 1 at age 30, something that felt so natural all of these years, suddenly was the hardest thing for me to do."

13 Questions with Beyond Type Run Marathoner Apoorva Gomber

Meet Apoorva — Doctor, Diabetes advocator, Passionate to connect T1D’s and a coffee lover.

13 Questions with Beyond Type Run Marathoner Lauren Dagg

Meet Lauren – Primary school teacher in London, big fan of coffee, often sarcastic, slightly competitive, and loves a run!

13 Questions with Beyond Type Run Marathoner Marie Diaz

Meet Marie – T1D Since 2000, running in her first Marathon and looking forward to exploring New York!

13 Questions with Beyond Type Run Marathoner Scott Feighner

Meet Scott –T1D of 53 years, energetic father, grandfather and favorite funcle! "I wanted to let other T1D's know you can achieve anything you desire. I'm a 67-year-old T1D!"

Mark Andrews: A Tight End with Type 1

The Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews has been managing his Type 1 diabetes since before he started playing football. Beyond Type 1 spoke with Mark about his pre-game rituals, how technology like the Dexcom G6 helps him stay on top of Type 1 on long Sunday afternoons.