A 30-minute documentary that follows twin brothers Jake and Zane Robertson, who have abandoned their comfortable , first-world lives in New Zealand to see if living in the running mecca of Kenya will somehow transform them into world-class runners. From the same producers of Transcend: The Wesley Korir Story.
Eventually we all cross that same finish line. What matters, I guess, is how you choose to run the race.
You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.
—Christopher Robin talking to Winnie the Pooh
In honour of Meb Keflezighi‘s historic victory at the 118th Boston Marathon, here is an inspirational passage from his autobiography, Run to Overcome: The Inspiring Story of an American Champion’s Long-Distance Quest to Achieve a Big Dream.
I also realize that winning doesn’t always mean getting first place; it means getting the best out of yourself. One of my greatest joys is inspiring other people to perform at their best.
Here’s a video of Meb crossing the finish line at Boston: