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Every Runner Can Relate To This Story

"It took me a long time to realize what happened that day. It started to make me question what really mattered to me."

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Shandi Kano, an elite runner who competed in the 2013 Boston Marathon, was having a nervous breakdown in the medical tent before the bombs went off. After a lifetime of training hard and running for the status and glory of it all, those two blasts on Boylston Street gave the young runner a new perspective on what life means and what matters before all else: your own self. Watch this moving short film on her decision to ditch a runner’s often coveted gadgets and expectations for a new, free version of her favorite sport. Video: MeUndies.com