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Lester Loner was named the Special Olympics North American Coach of the Year in 2007. Today, the father of four oversees six sports after he leaves the office for the day
Marathon record holder Deena Kastor praises Lisa Koll's fearlessness and aggressive racing strategy: "We haven't seen the last of great performances out of Lisa"
Edwin Moses is honored for a lifetime of achievement. The former Olympian speaks out against performance-enhancing drugs and supports athletic programs for kids
In the face of childhood obesity, Cliff Sperber motivates NYC youth to improve their health through running at least a half-mile two to five times per week
Meb Keflezighi won the 2009 NYC Marathon with a PR of 2:09:15. He was the first American to hold the title in more than a quarter-century
Colleen De Reuck does it all. The four-time Olympian juggles 100-mile training weeks with a job and two kids while beating the shorts off younger runners
Thirteen months and 36 surgeries after suffering an attack that left him permanently blind, Capt. Ivan Castro finished his first marathon in 4:14
Two weeks after the quake, Tara Livesay was back to pounding the pavement of Port-au-Prince. The runner has raised more than $180,000 for the people of Haiti
"I felt sorry for myself until I saw people at the hospital worse off than me," says Rick Ball, a one-legged runner who broke three hours in a marathon this year
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