Gabriele Ivy Grunewald (née Anderson; June 25, 1986 – June 11, 2019) was an American professional middle-distance runner who competed in distances from 800 meters to 5000 meters. She represented the United States at the 2014 IAAF World Indoor Championships and finished in ninth place in the 3000 meters.
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Gabriele Grunewald's capacity as a middle-distance runner is rare. That is good. Her particular type of cancer, known for its tenacity, is also rare. That is beyond bad.
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Gabriele Grunewald, the elite runner who gained the support of thousands of followers on social media for her perseverance in competing while facing a rare metastatic cancer, died on Tuesday in ...
Gabriele Grunewald, an elite runner who became well-known for documenting her cancer journey on social media, died Wednesday, June 11, 2019 in Minneapolis of complications of cancer, according to ...
Gabriele “Gabe” Grunewald (née Anderson) is a professional American middle-distance runner and lifelong Minnesotan, born and raised in Perham, MN (population 2,985). She won a single track & field state title in the 800-meters competing for Perham High School.
Gabriele Grunewald, one of the country’s top middle-distance runners, has died at her home in Minneapolis after inspiring many with her long and public fight against cancer. She was 32.
Gabriele Grunewald, U.S. Track Star, Dies at 32 Erin Strout 06/11/2019 She was a national champion and an advocate for rare cancer research, who was diagnosed with adenoid cystic carcinoma 10 years ago.