Chat with Todd Crandell

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Welcome to The Show! On Monday, the founder of "Racing for Recovery" Todd Crandell will stop by to chat. He was featured on ESPN's Sunday Night Conversation. Go here to see the video.

Crandell battled drug and alcohol addiction for 13 years before finally becoming sober on April 15, 1993. He is the founder and executive director of Racing for Recovery, through which he competes in the Ironman Triathlon (2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike ride, 26.2-mile marathon run).

By working through Racing for Recovery, Crandell hopes to prevent substance abuse in adolescents and individuals, offering a positive alternative to those currently battling addiction. He has lived in Sylvania, Ohio his entire life and just earned his Master of Counseling degree in July.

Send in your questions to Crandell now and join him right here for all the answers on Monday at 2 p.m. ET.

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