For runners, the ultimate achievement is often seen as the marathon. Even if you only ever do one, there is a huge sense of pride that comes from being able to say you’ve run the distance.
However the marathon isn’t for everyone and if you don’t ever cover 26.2 miles, it is important to know you are no less a runner. You aren’t less impressive. In fact, sometimes recognising you aren’t going to run a marathon takes more strength and responsibility than forcing your body to do something it’s not meant to do.
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