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Rick kernel and crosses the finish line at the San -- Marine Corps recruit -- out.
Completing a 100 day cross country trip to raise money and awareness for December 5 fun.
Think to extraordinary about that except that he 71 years old and was running on what's called and a link to go.
A dinner runner for 35 years before that.
-- completed a hundred marathons under half marathons and hundreds and case.
He took off from Parris island South Carolina on March 23 for this former marine coming full circle back home to San Diego -- there.
Was my first -- in the Marine Corps in 1959.
Right here he followed this map of the southern states averaging 33 miles today.
And relying on the goodness of those he met for food and shelter that my goal is to be hosted -- an analyst at every single day he kept a daily life for supporters to follow and set a goal of 101000 dollars which he easily surpassed.
But still you have to ask me why it's 71 would you want to Ronald even low impact for 3000 miles -- -- week.
Can we trust me it's not as easy bucks.
That's the main reason have fun enjoy life.
And if you don't have good health that you're not in shape it's difficult to enjoy life.
Something -- -- about the story that developer of the elect to go is also former marine so donating this low impact running simulator was a perfect -- First I was skeptical because 71 years old.
He said he was a former marine and I'm a former marine -- figured -- probably make it happen and the message for all of us look for the good.
And that's what -- -- that he -- -- -- Fox 5 News.
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