2015 Wings For Life World Run
90,000 people on six continents ran to raise funds for spinal cord injury on May 3.
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90,000 runners from around the world registered for the second annual Wings for Life World Run, a race which aims to find a cure for spinal cord injury. It’s the world’s only global race, with a synchronized starting line in 35 locations on six continents and no traditional finish line. Check out this awesome recap video of the weekend’s race!