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Running For NET: A Mother’s Journey To Run In 50 National Parks In Honor Of Her Late Daughter

“I do not want to see another parent have to bury their child like we did.”

Gil Schaenzle has always been a runner.

Even osteoporosis couldn’t stop the Evergreen, Colorado, resident from lacing up her running shoes.

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How This Special Olympics Athlete Races Past Expectations

When the group reached the turnaround point, he said he wanted to keep going.

Andy Bryant was only supposed to run for 90 minutes.

After all, he was in Albuquerque, running at elevation alongside some of the top middle distance runners in the country. Plus, it was snowing and cold.

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Can Surfers Leave Beaches Cleaner Than They Found Them?

This new movement aims to reduce the sport’s environmental impact.

With a world title on the line on the North Shore of Oahu, four surfers — John John Florence, Gabriel Medina, Jordy Smith, and Julian Wilson — battled it out at the 2017 Billabong Pipe Masters at the famed Banzai Pipeline, the third event of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing and the final stop on the World Surf League’s (WSL) Championship Tour.

But event organizers wanted to do more than just crown a world champion — they wanted to reduce the environmental impact of the event on Hawaii’s pristine coastlines, and increase awareness of sustainability issues too.

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