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Timing Quitting Failing … Winning?

A few days before I was set to run the Marine Corps Marathon in 2011, my cousin, Ken, flew out to D.C from Chicago to join me for the race. All weekend, I joked that if I were lucky, I’d twist an ankle or fall grievously ill. It was my first (and last) marathon, and......
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