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#RUNtoREMEMBER

“I just woke up one day at night, and I evaluated myself and was like, ‘What will I remember one day? What will I remember about myself?’ So I decided I wanted to train for a half marathon. I’m not going to lie; it was really hard, but I loved it.”

Hayden Henson, a student at ...Owasso Preparatory Academy, was the first of only four 17-year-olds to cross the Memorial Marathon Finish Line. According to Hayden, running has led him down a new path in life with an important set of goals. 💯

Read his #RUNtoREMEMBER story below. ⬇️

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BEYOND HIS YEARS: Claremore teen Henson completes first full marathon

For many teenagers, running is a byproduct of high school athletics.

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Good luck to everyone running in Boston's #RuntoRemember this weekend! Participants of this historic race through downtown Boston will receive this medal of honor at the finish line.
#AshworthAwards #RunBoston22 #RunBoston #BostonsRuntoRemember #FinisherMedal @BostonsR2R

Did you know May is National Walking Month? Even though most of our 5K participants run, we LOVE to see walkers getting active and joining in on the #RUNtoREMEMBER festivities!

Are you a walker or runner? Let us know in the comments. 👇

Even though most of our 5K participants are runners, we LOVE to see walkers getting active and joining in on the #RUNtoREMEMBER festivities (and we really don’t blame you). 😅

❤️ Like if you walk.
🔁 RT if you run.

It’s #NationalWalkingMonth! Even though most of our #RUNtoREMEMBER participants run the 5K, we LOVE to see walkers getting active and joining in on the fun (and we really don’t blame you). 😅

Happy Monday! Comment ‘💪’ below if you’re ready to FLEX on this week. 😎 #MondayMotivation

Kick off your week with a FLEX! 💪 What’s something you’re proud of today? Let us know in the comments below. 👇 #MondayMotivation

Loved the main event yesterday but wanted a solo #RuntoRemember our 97 too on what is gonna be a emotional last day of the season no matter what the outcome 🙏🏻 #RFT97 #RunForThe97

Powerful seeing so many come together to recognize and honor fallen heroes and vets. #BeMagenta #RunToRemember #Run2Remember #MilitaryAppreciationMonth #DEIOregonHybridChapter @tomjyang @blueprintTMO @JAnders328 @StephenBigler2 @EricThePreble

Woah, what’s with those floating medals? (camouflage joke) 😅 Shout-out to the uniformed heroes who joined us at this year’s #RUNtoREMEMBER — we appreciate your support and thank you for your service to our country! 🇺🇸

Woah, what’s with those floating medals? (camouflage joke) 😅 Shout-out to the uniformed heroes who joined us at this year’s #RUNtoREMEMBER — we appreciate your support and thank you for your service to our country! 🇺🇸

It’s #NationalArmedForcesDay! 🇺🇸 At this year’s Memorial Marathon, we were fortunate to be joined by several uniformed heroes at the Finish Line. They were a huge help in granting runners their medals and making the #RUNtoREMEMBER that much more meaningful. ❤️

Thank you for ...your time and dedication to our country!

When Greg Gerardy was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, doctors told him he’d never run another marathon - but that didn’t stop him. Greg completed this year's #RUNtoREMEMBER for the 5th time and with only 1 lung!

Read his inspiring story below. 👇 ...https://on.today.com/38tl5QT

Completing the Marathon is a HUGE accomplishment... but this man did it with only one lung!

Greg Gerardy was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer at 29, a condition that eventually paralyzed his right lung. After doctors told him he’d never run another marathon, Greg set out to do just ...that — proving his resilience and inspiring other cancer survivors to do the same.

Read more about Greg’s amazing story below. 👇

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Cancer survivor with 1 lung finishes 5th marathon after doctors told him he'd never run again

Greg Gerardy is out to prove that cancer doesn't have to stop you from leading an active life.

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Marathoners — your 2022 #RUNtoREMEMBER results and photos are available online! Visit the link in our bio to see your Race ranking and candid course shots from this year’s Marathon. 💯

ICYMI: Your 2022 #RUNtoREMEMBER results and photos are available online! Visit the links below to see your ranking and candid course shots. 💯

⌚: https://bit.ly/3EOyz5u
📸: https://bit.ly/3vHDtNt

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