CLEVELAND — It was a successful weekend for VeloSano's Bike to Cure ride. Our VeloSano team joined thousands of other riders and volunteers to raise money to support life-saving cancer research at Cleveland Clinic.
The WKYC Studios team really represented, with riders in almost every distance. Since its inception in 2014, VeloSano has raised more than $30 million dollars, all of it going toward new treatment and finding a cure.
However, Monday is a bittersweet day for us at 3News because Sara Shookman has decided to step away from the camera to spend more time with her family.
Sara says that for now her focus is on being a mom to her two adorable kids, Isla and Luca, of course with the support of her husband Angelo.
From all of us at 3News, we say to Sara that we love you and are going to miss you. We're 100% behind you as you join your "home team." This is not a goodbye, just a see you soon!
Sara didn't want to close this chapter without giving a message to all of you. Check it out below:
- VeloSano 2022: Over 2,000 bikers raise money for cancer research in Cleveland
- Living hope and riding towards remission: VeloSano in Cleveland 2022
- VeloSano 2022 in Cleveland: Living Hope survivor shares why she rides in the event
- VeloSano funding new research at Cleveland Clinic into cancer disparities
- New VeloSano funding helps continue innovative breast cancer research