On today’s episode of East to West, "It’s a Marathon, Not a Sprint."
You’ll hear two stories today — the first, from a BU student who’s toeing the line for the second time today, and the second, a segment on transgender runners and the challenges they face as athletes.
To donate to Keep Smilin' for Abbie, follow this link: https://dfpress.co/2J0eP0k
To get updates on Rachel's progress on the course, text "RUNNER" to 234567. Her bib number is 28579.
To learn more about transgender runners, read the original story by Sarika Ram here: https://dfpress.co/2vkH1sN
This episode originally aired on April 16, 2018.
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