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Man channels Forrest Gump with plan to run 20,000 miles in three years to fight childhood obesity

Jim Plunkett-Cole answered the phone with a huff. “I’m just trying to catch my breath,” he told The Washington Post on Thursday morning from an RV park in Mobile, Ala. Plunkett-Cole had just gotten back from his daily 10-kilometer run, a routine he hasn’t missed in 1,368 days, since he took up the sport on […]
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