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“Don’t tell me
what I can’t do”
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My first race thirteen months after my accident.
Leaving the Bloomington hospital with the great Olympic Coach Sam Bell. I was the mental age of a toddler in a 23-year-old body, gaunt, shaved head, with a scar from the miraculous brain surgery.
Cross Country Training in the best shape of my life.
1976 indoor NCAA Track and Field Championships; I’m trying to pass this runner to take the lead.
Stephen Heidenreich at his South Dakota Hall of Fame induction.
Previous stories written about Stephen Heidenreich:
By Susie Kellet, People Magazine
By Sam Beishuizen, IUHoosiers.com
By Jack Queen, Summit Daily
By Dan Crisler, Public Opinion
By Kelsey Sinclair, Rapid City Journal
By Lee Zion, Capital Journal
By Wayne Hammond, Public Opinion
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