Pair of Gamecocks run across country to raise money for cancer victims

Running while helping others proved to be the perfect combination for how two Gamecocks are spending their summer. Bailey Wilhelm and Jack Bowling are part of the Ulman Cancer Fund's 4K for Cancer. The pair are running the 4,000 miles from San Francisco to Baltimore to raise money to help young cancer victims pay for treatment.

Wilhelm, who graduated in May with a bachelor's in accounting says she got the inspiration in part because of a sorority sister who died from cancer. She says she's thankful that her future employer, Price Waterhouse Cooper pushed back her start date so she could run the race.

Bowling, who is a junior business major says some type of community service is part of his long term career goals.

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Bailey Wilhelm shares more of her story on the Darla Moore School of Business website.

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