She does it again! Lander athlete earns two more cycling medals at the national Special Olympics games

(Princeton, N.J.) – Lander cyclist Susan Fessler has earned three medals in the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games, including a Gold Medal. Earlier this week County10 reported that Fessler had earned a Silver Medal in the 5k Road Race.

Now, she’s earned a Gold Medal in the 15k Road Race and a Silver Medal in the 10k Road Race. Official times for the races have not yet been posted.

Fessler is accompanied in New Jersey by Lander-ites Team Wyoming Cycling Coach Jess Harn and Team Wyoming Golf Coach Karen Beddoes.

Congratulations, Suzie!

Fessler waiting to start at one of the races. Photo provided by Lander Master Special Olympics.

Fessler waiting to start at one of the races. Photo provided by Lander Master Special Olympics.

12 Comments

  1. Carey Lopez

    Wow! One was fabulous, but 3 is very impressive! Congratulations, Susan!

  2. Shirley Robinson

    WTG Susan. Job well done

  3. Linda Parker Howdyshell

    WAY TO GO, SUSAN!! Lander (and Wyoming) is very PROUD OF YOU!!

  4. Jhaekm Rock Enthusiasts

    YAYYYYY!!!!! Coaching Special Olympics was one of the greatest things I've ever done! I've never in my life met so many amazingly wonderful people!!!! Congrats Susan!!!! I'm soooo proud of you!!!

  5. Margaret Hamilton

    NICE JOB SUSAN

  6. Lesley Robeson

    Wow. That is awesome! Congratulations, Susan!

  7. Kathy Jeannotte-Nauman

    Outstanding job you make us all very proud!

  8. Phillip Fessler

    Way to go, big Sis!!! You're an inspiration to the rest of us!!!

  9. Charlie Blaylock

    That's Awesome!

  10. Kathy Boyd

    Congratulations Suzie!! So proud of you:)

  11. Frankie Kendall

    This Article :D Special Olympics article.

  12. Lee Rowe Blake

    What an accomplishment, way to go Susie, you make us all proud.

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