Autistic Students Conquer Marathon
Runner's World & Running Times
On a chilly morning last October, Jesse Carrico wiped the sleep from beneath his sports goggles as he struggled to pin on his race bib. It was still three hours before he'd run his seven-mile leg of the 2011 Baltimore Marathon, and he was already nervous. But when the 20-year-old finally spotted his...
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Finishing Only Stokes the Fire
A man helped another runner finish the Rock 'n Roll D.C. Marathon by pushing him across the finish line. | Runner's World