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National Rookie Challenge

The National Rookie Challenge is a national fundraising competition for first-time Team In Training teammates to raise as much money as possible and make an incredible impact for the mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Rookie challengers must have the ability and desire to set a fundraising goal of $25,000 at minimum to qualify for this elite level competition.

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“The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has been a major part of my life from a very young age, and it feels great to be able to give back to an organization that has done so much for my family.

My father was diagnosed with Acute Myelogenous Leukemia in April 2010 and has faced several battles since then. He participated in many Team in Training events over the years, including Kona in 2013. His journey motivated me to compete the 70.3 Ironman in October 2021 with Team in Training. My dad is doing great and has been in remission since January of 2021 and I’m proud that the funds our family has raised for LLS continue to help find cures and ensure access to treatments for blood cancer patients.

I can’t wait for my next race with Team In Training as we continue this fight together.” – Patric Hyland, 2022 Rookie Challenge Winner

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Individuals who raise $50,000 or teams that raise $100,000 are eligible to link the name of their choice with cutting edge LLS-funded research. The portfolios include a variety of research grants that support every discipline in the blood cancers, each with a mix of multi-year grants to accelerate promising therapies.

We'd like to acknowledge our current top fundraisers.

Andrea Ferenchik


Jim Healy


Melvin Bradley


Richard Rayner


Justin Chueh


Patric Hyland


Sondra Rose


Cody Scarboro


Audrey Batcheller


Charles Cariello



Team SF Bay


Team 209


Blackstone AMBBR




Meza’s Maniacs


Pop’s Warriors


Team Remission


Moms In Training


Jenny Booyah and the Peachy Tribe