The Sydney Morning Herald recently published an article on four cancer survivors telling their incredible stories – showing how modern treatments can keep people alive.
Michael was featured as one of the stories and the full article can be read here
First Published – Sydney Morning Herald – February 15, 2015
By Matt Burgess and Harriet Alexander
Image courtesy of : Wolter Peeters
Michael is now the head broadcaster and TV host for the Australian Baseball Leagues Sydney team the Bluesox, you will see him live at ABLTV.com throughout the Australian summer with his co-host and best friend Chris Hauso from California. If you’re a budding baseball fan, tune in to hear the game broadcast and wrap up every weekend over the summer season.
Recently Michael was featured in a special book called the Most Interesting Person I Know (MIPIK) by Stephanie Hunt.
From what initially started as an outlet for Stephanie’s passion for writing, the MIPIK website soon became much more. Raising funds for the CanDo Cancer Trust based in Coffs Harbour, the book is on sale through the MIPIK.net site which can be accessed here.
Here’s a snippet of the feature on Michael in the book; “Councillor Kerry Hines has no doubts that Michael Crossland is the most interesting person she has met on the Coffs Coast. She thinks his story is not just interesting, but inspiring. Turns out she is right. Not only is Michael’s story inspiring, but he is literally making a career out of helping to motivate and inspire others through the power of his own story.”