Cyclists Cross The Country For A Cure For Muscular DystrophyFor 54 days, the crew made an epic journey across the nation -- 4,200 miles, twice as long as the Tour de France.
50 People To Know: Broadcaster Chris Carrino’s Battle To Find A CureBasketball fans recognize him as the lead radio play-by-play voice of the Brooklyn Nets, but he’s much, much more.
Schwartz: A Net Gain For A Tremendous Cause On July 17, Carrino’s foundation for FSHD will hold its fourth annual dinner/dance at Russo’s on the Bay in Howard Beach. The foundation is a non-profit 501(c) 3 charitable organization that funds specifically-focused scientific research.
B&C Morning Show: Chris Carrino Brings Awareness To Muscular DystrophyChris Carrino is the Nets radio play-by-play man here on WFAN and today he joined Boomer and Craig in the Allstate Studio to talk about his battle with Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy and raise awareness for the disease.
Stories From Main Street: Nets Sportscaster Opens Up About Living With Muscular DystrophyListening to Chris Carrino, the radio voice for the New Jersey Nets, you would never know he has a progressive muscle weakening disease.
Chris Carrino, Voice Of The Nets, Talks Of Life With Incurable MDWFAN's radio voice of the Nets, Chris Carrino, has been living with a secret for almost two decades. The 40-year-old has been broadcasting with his body being gradually attacked by a form of muscular dystrophy.