Eighty miles on a stationary bike then an 18-mile run to Manhattan Beach. This was the workout regimen of USC senior Daniel Simonds last week as he prepared for an iron man triathlon.
Why did the philosophy, politics and law major push himself like this? Because by participating in the race, Simonds raised $3,500 to donate to the John Wayne Cancer Foundation.
The Northern California native told fellow Kappa Sigma brother and the fraternity’s president at USC Chris McCall about
his triathlon plans. The fraternity kicked in the first $300 of Simonds' campaign to get to $3,500.
You can read more about the Trojan here on the Daily Trojan.
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