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Runners' Stories

How This Visually Impaired Runner Dropped 69 Pounds
“I know that not every day is going to be perfect, so I focus on the bigger picture.”
Urban Crews Are Changing the Culture of Running
They’re edgy. They’re explorers. They’re misfits. What they are NOT is a club.
This Texas Teacher Lost Nearly 100 Pounds Running
“Running reminds me I can do difficult things.”
Podcast: The Many Amazing Reasons You Run Each Day
For our last episode, we share stories of what motivates our listeners to run.
It’s a Boy? Girl? Marathon Ends With Unusual Gender Reveal
Mom- and dad-to-be run 26.2 miles together, and balloons at the finish line give them some big news.
This New Yorker Has Lost 136 pounds in 2017
He started the year weighing 350 pounds and now sits at 213.
G-Dog the Paralyzed Pup to Participate in the Chicago Marathon
Gordon, an incomplete paraplegic, was shot and did prison time before finding running.
This Librarian Used Running to Lose 40 Pounds
“I feel good about my body, but I also have more energy, I’m happier, and I am healthier than I’ve ever been.”
Podcast: From a Horrible Crash to an Incredible Return
How one terrible event remade a runner.
79-Year-Old Canadian Man Runs 100th Marathon
To celebrate, Roger Macmillan received a proclamation and drank a pint of Guinness.
I Never Expected Quitting Competitive Running Would Be So Difficult
For months after graduating college, I kept training. And then it was fall.

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