Anderson’s story is nothing short of inspiring, and there’s a few more chapters she’s still planning to write. A two-time cancer survivor, the 26-year-old just missed qualifying for the Olympic team last summer in the 1,500m by one spot and two seconds. After the disappointment of not making the Olympic team, the Brooks-sponsored Anderson packed her bags and took a short tour of the European track circuit, where she posted personals bests in the 800m (2:02.83), 1,500m (4:04.84) and 3,000m (8:43.52). She stepped up in distance this past fall, finishing fourth at the U.S. 5K road championships in Providence. Watch for her this summer as she looks to punch her ticket to the world championships in Moscow.