ELSEWHERE: Running and the World Pediatric Project

Have you ever run for a cause? For Zoë Romano of Richmond, Virginia, her running will benefit the World Pediatric Project. This year, she’s running the Tour de France course, averaging 30 miles a day, aiming to finish a day before the cycling race begins. The discipline of running touches more people than just the one who runs. I’m cheering for you Zoë, all the way from Louisville!

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