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In Depth: Q&A with WG Team SOCOM Athlete Sgt. 1st Class Howie Sanborn | DVIDS
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In Depth: Q&A with WG Team SOCOM Athlete Sgt. 1st Class Howie Sanborn | DVIDS

Sanborn joined the Army in 2000, he has been to Infantry, Airborne, Ranger and Military Freefall Schools. He was assigned to the 18th Airborne Corps in the Long Range and Surveillance Unit and completed two deployments. Later he joined the U.S. Army Golden Knights Military Freefall Team and had spent 5 years on the demonstration team.
This year is Sanborn’s final year participating in the games as an athlete on team Special Operations Command:

Howie, what is your training regimen like leading up to the Warrior Games?
I train for sports year-round primarily for triathlons, I swim, cycle and use my racing chair for about 15-20 hours a week. That doesn’t include all the other stuff we do as far as meal prep, nutrition, recovery, massage. I train full time.
You won five Gold Medals, what’s your secret?

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