60 Min Released Oct 27, 2016

Episode 27: Run to Remember

Lisa Hallet, founder of Wear Blue: Run to Remember, speaks about how running gave her—and many of her fellow military spouses—a sense of control at a time where everything felt completely out of control. (2:17)

A look at what really goes on in our heads while we run. (Note: It is not always food related.) (41:48)

In the Kick, a surgeon challenges his 91-year-old patient to a race, the record for the fastest run across the country is smashed, and the best Halloween costumes to race in. *(50:48)
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