Sophomore Hannah Skrastins had always loved competing in sports. But in 2014, she found out that her athletic aspirations may be cut short thanks to a tumor the size of a tennis ball which had to be removed from her brain. But a nine hour surgery to remove the tumor, and months of chemotherapy and radiation hasn’t stopped Skrastins from getting back out on the track. Skrastins competed in the Paralympic/Unified athletes 100m dash on Thursday in the first of two races she will run at the 2018 Colorado State Championships. After the starting gun sounded, Skrastins made her way down the track, and fell into her sister Abby’s arms after completing the race in 20.90. “I think this gets the Read More