Tristan Wakefield is seen rowing while wearing sunglasses and a syracuse university orange shirt. There is also a small image of the mascot Otto the Orange

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Going to college with type 1 is a big adjustment. Going to college as a student athlete with type 1 is on another level. You’ll hear from Syracuse University rower Tristan Wakefield about his schedule, how he manages T1D and how he and his parents worked ahead of time to make the transition as smooth as possible.

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