Thanks to HARO, Lucie Lindner was able to connect with the editor of SHAPE magazine and was included in a full-page article in the magazine’s September 2018 issue. “Mirel Kitcheff contacted me a few months ago about featuring me in their September 2o18 issue. I got it because of HARO,” said Lindner.

Earlier this year,  Lucie Lindner was able to connect with a reporter from Folks who featured her story in an article called “Jumping For Her Life”. Lucie is a native New Yorker who left a promising medical career to become a national jump rope champion and now teaches the sport in Sweden. In the midst of following her passion, she’s also overcome challenges she was told she’d have after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.

Lindner has received coverage numerous times recently:

“These stories would not have been made possible without the help of HARO,” said Lindner.



About Lucie Lindner: Lucie B Lindner, age 51, native New Yorker, M.D. turned, National and World Champion in Single Rope Speed/Power/Endurance. Trainer/Coach for nationally acclaimed ‘Lucie Bs Rock-it-Ropers’ Jump Rope Team; Creator/Founder of ‘Lucie Bs Jump N Fun’, LLC (very 1st Jump Rope Gym for kids in NYC-Long Island); Founder of F3G by Lucie B (Fit, Fab, Fierce Girls) Girl Empowerment program (NYC-SWEDEN), ‘Lucie Bs ‘Team Sheroes’- Womens Jump Rope Team ages 60-82; Author of ‘Big Bottom Blues’, Motivational Coach and English Teacher for Swedish kids. Lives in Ostermalm with husband Staffan. You can also find Lucie on Instagram.

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