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Two Washington men recently completed a walk around the Beltway. Another Washingtonian is a World-Record-holding marathoner. They explain how they learned about our region while using their feet. What does it mean to live in Washington and use your feet? What can you gain by moving at a walker’s (or runner’s!) pace?
- Jeff Himmelman Writer, Author of Washingtonian Magazine article, "A Walk Around The Beltway"
- Michael Wardian Marathoner and Ultramarathoner; Qualifier, U.S. Olympic Trials, Marathon (2004, 2008, 2012); Reigning Champion, National Marathon (Washington, D.C.)
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