On Sue Anne Clark’s 30th birthday, she made it a goal in her life to complete her first triathlon in her 30s. At age 31, she raced her first sprint triathlon in July 2003. Sue Anne ran on the track team in elementary school, but did not return to competitive running again until she trained for a triathlon. Sue Anne has competed in over 75 triathlons including Ironman, XTERRA, 70.3 IM, Olympic Distances, and Sprints from Philadelphia to Saipan!
Sue Anne also shares her passion for running by volunteering as a cross-country and track coach for children ages 6 to 14. In addition, she also volunteers as lululemon athletica Wayne's Run Club leader. Sue Anne has completed marathons in Philadelphia, San Diego, LA, and one of her goals is to get her personal best time at Boston Marathon 2010.
Sue Anne also races mountain bikes and has participated in many charity road rides. She currently is the Team Captain for the Penn Medicine Team/ Team Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) for the Livestrong Challenge in Philadelphia this August. Her team will raise money to help support the Livestrong Center of Excellence at Abramson Cancer Center. The center helps cancer survivors with clinical care, research, and education. One of her favorite quotes is, "Life is like riding a bicycle. To maintain your balance, you must keep moving forward." -Albert Einstein