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Fit2BeCancerFree Challenge Wraps Up: See Which Employee and Affiliate Logged the Most Steps

Published: Nov. 1, 2022
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Thank you to each Methodist Health System employee who took part in the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Fit2BeCancerFree Challenge.

The Fit2BeCancerFree Challenge is a virtual step-tracking fitness event to help promote cancer prevention. Together with the ACS, we can all take steps to live healthier and lower our cancer risk.

During the challenge, which ran Oct. 10-28, each participant's goal was to run or walk 60 miles in three weeks while raising awareness for the Omaha Hope Lodge and the American Cancer Society.


Winners and Challenge Stats

  • Methodist had 1,030 employees take part in the challenge, with each affiliate represented.
  • 404 employees met the 60-mile goal.
  • Methodist Physicians Clinic logged the most collective steps among Methodist affiliates.
  • Shared Services had the highest average steps per day (9,169) among Methodist affiliates.
  • Collectively, Methodist employees took more than 122 million steps and logged 54,000 miles.
  • The overall top stepper was Kim Greiner, a physical therapist at Methodist Jennie Edmundson Hospital. Kim logged more than 540,000 steps during the challenge.


Week Three Top Steppers

Congratulations to these Methodist employees for logging some serious steps during week three!



Past Top Steppers



Speedy 60-Mile Finishers

Congratulations to the following employees who completed the challenge in the first seven days! 

Igor Volk Kim Greiner Josh Harper Sherri Claussen
Brandon Crow Patricia Corbin Brittnee Schmith Julie Carberry Pleas
Keith Weinhold Charles Burkett Jessica Gill Brett Richmond
Dave Burd Leesha Walkup Michelle Shields Elizabeth Cooper
Rabaya Baerde Cheryl Vandervort Kenzi Jackson Jen Powell
Nicole Johnson Amanda Votruba Siobhan Leahy Chris Banks



If you have not received your challenge T-shirt, more are on the way. You will be notified when shirts are available for pickup. We anticipate that shirts will be available in late November.