Vivian Hoard doesn’t consider herself an athlete. A tax controversy litigator at Taylor English Duma and mother of two, she’s more comfortable sitting in the stands watching her daughter play soccer than sweating. Yet she has biked, hiked and run long distances to support friends who have battled cancer.
Last June, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society honored her with a Triple Crown title for having participated in three different sports to raise money for the organization.
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