A few years ago, Don Bravo was “one WrestleMania buffet” away from weighing 400 pounds. After his doctor warned that his weight would shorten his lifespan, Don started climbing stairs in his neighborhood...which led to the Harvard Stadium steps. And then the BAA 5k. His story of triumph is unexpected and funny. It might just make you stand up and cheer. It’s our election special—an uplifting story in what has certainly been a stressful time.
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Host: Rachel Swaby
Producers: Casey Martin, Rachel Swaby
Editors: Audrey Quinn, David Weinberg
Theme music: Danny Cocke
Human Race editor-in-chief: David Willey
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