Scottsdale, Arizona – Team One Mile Prepares for Bicycle Race of a Lifetime – Across the USA

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Oceanside, California– Crystal Waltman, team coordinator of Scottsdale, AZ will embark on an extraordinary journey across the length of N.American from the Pacific to Atlantic Ocean with Team One Mile in the Race Across American

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Arizonar -- A commitment to a cause Semperfi & America's Fund. As a team a One Mile team member in Race Across America (RAAM) (http://www.raceacrossamerica.org), Waltman/Team One Mile (20pp) will endure supporting 8 riders 3,000 on their bicycle across the length of the North American Continent, from Pacific Ocean to Atlantic Ocean.

Waltman is a motivational speaker. She is a contributor to many different platforms, sobriety, fitness, and nutrition and offers online courses. Recovering out loud for over seven years sober and five years recovery from back surgery L3-L4-L5-S1.

Crystal is also a fourth-generation Arizonian resident and a graduate of Arizona State University. She achieved a collegiate softball scholarship and was part of a national championship winning team. Crystal is on the Advisory Board of the Sold-Out Youth Foundation. Crystal can be found in the fresh air under the Arizona sun, either between the lines of a softball diamond or hiking a summit with her loving husband and daughter.

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"We are One Mile" A team who has achieved great success and have overcome insurmountable odds.

The toughest endurance event in the world, RAAM offers long-distance cyclists the opportunity to challenge themselves to the height of their abilities. Fewer than 2,500 cyclists have completed RAAM since its first edition in 1982. Solo winners complete the course in under 9 days, and winning teams complete the journey in less than 6 days. These modern day heroes brave the desert, plains and mountain weather, lead a crew and a mini-organization of support, and raise thousands of dollars for charities around the world.

"This year, RAAM celebrates 36 years of uniting people from around the world with a shared love for cycling and adventure through team bonding, struggle and a strong sense of accomplishment," says Fred Boethling, owner of RAAM and Solo and two-man team finisher. "It's man against the elements, the road, and ultimately, him or herself."

To follow Team One Mile's progress in this year's Race Across America, visit RAAM online or Team One Mile on Facebook.

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Crystal Waltman
cwaltman05@gmail.com


Source: MEDIA@Raceacrossamerica.org

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