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Heartwarming Story Alert: A Marathon Runner With Terminal Brain Cancer Won Race Despite Pushing His Six-Year Old Daughter Along With Him
Here’s a feel-good story you don’t have to be skeptical of. A marathon runner with terminal brain cancer won a marathon despite pushing his six-year old daughter in a stroller.
The Gaza Marathon was scheduled to take place on April 10th, but a decision by Hamas to ban women from participating on religious grounds has led to its cancellation. 370 of the 2,400 expected runners were women, and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, the organizer of the event, is currently exploring alternatives for its runners.
This is not a joke, as far as I can tell. Hungarian Norman Varga plans to run the length of 50 marathons over 50 days, eventually arriving in London for the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. His journey will span from Budapest to London, passing through Austria, Belgium and France along the way.