Already coming off two injuries in the fall of 2018, Kaylah Rainey received the shock of her life when doctors discovered she had a life-threatening heart condition during her routine sports physical. She required immediate open heart surgery to repair the congenital defect and was told her senior season was all but lost. But Kaylah had other plans.
This marathon will be the most memorable yet, not only because it’s my wife’s first, but also because we’re doing what we can to Tackle Kids Cancer. Here are the people who have inspired us to take action and hit the streets, all 26.2 miles.
Ariel was born with one arm but she isn’t letting her condition stop her from achieving her dreams, which includes dominating on the softball diamond.
Arron Whitt Jr. may be the best comeback story in prep football this year.
World, meet Liam. Liam — world.
Bill Sycalik’s run around the St. Louis Gateway Arch. Full story below!
Christian, abuse survivor, explains what inspired him to run across the United States.
Jackson will turn 12-years-old this month. He can also solve a Rubik’s Cube in 12 seconds.
This is real March Madness.
The first Olympic marathon on U.S. soil was a total disaster.