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Medicine in Motion dedicates the 2021 Olympiad event to all healthcare workers who have persevered during the past year.

Thank You Healthcare Workers

Our research team continues to craft innovations to lift systematic burdens in healthcare and support healthcare workers.

Support Medicine in Motion by participating in one or all of our four Olympiad events.

Grab your friends and families

Medicine in Motion's international network of student chapters raises awareness about systematic burdens in healthcare. 

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Participation is free to all Medicine in Motion members and healthcare workers.

Win free gear by participating

For each activity challenge you complete, you will gain a virtual raffle ticket and a chance to win exclusive New Balance Medicine in Motion gear.

Activity Challenges


Pictured Above: UMass Medicine In Motion Barre Class

Steps Challenge


Pictured Above: Medicine In Motion Corporate at Pan-Mass Challenge

Virtual 13.1 Bike Race

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Pictured Above: University of Rochester Medicine In Motion with Dr. "Ninja" Mahler

HIIT Challenge

Pictured Above: CWRU Medicine In Motion Back to School HIke

5K Walk/Run/Hike



Steps Challenge

Steps Count
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5K Walk / Run

5K Time
Chapter Chapter Name

13.1 Bike Ride

Chapter Chapter Name

HIIT Workout

HIIT Trials
Chapter Chapter Name

Virtual Opening Event

Olypiad Opening Event
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When: Nov. 4th at 4pm PT, 7pm ET
Duration: 1 hour
Where: Zoom (Link)

Registration & question submission: 


*If you have a question but will be unable to attend, please still register to input your question and we'll ask it during the event.

Dr. Deborah Saint-Phard is a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Sports Medicine physician at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She also has the distinction of competing at the 1988 Seoul Olympics in the shot put for Haiti. Her research interests include athletic injuries, women's health, race, resilience, and more.

To learn more about our Dr. Saint Phard, you can view this Princeton Athletics article.

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