73 Min Released Nov 10, 2016

Episode 29: Running Off 200 Pounds

Josh LaJaunie and Eileen Moon, our 2016 Cover Search winners, talk with Editor-in-Chief David Willey about how the sport has impacted their lives, and how they strive to help others as well. (2:14)

In the Kick, we recap the New York City Marathon, including a 96-year-old WWII Marine’s amazing journey to the finish line. *(1:06:08)
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