College Student and Team Race for ALS Member Runs to Honor Dad

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Since Julian first learned his father had ALS, he put his efforts into running, first at Brother Rice High School and now as a freshman on St. Xavier’s cross-country team. As a member of Team Race for ALS, he ran the Chicago Marathon — his first time running 26.2 miles — in October, finishing in 2:57.33 and raising $1,300 for the Les Turner Foundation. Read the full article here, and be sure to visit the Les Turner Team Race for ALS page to learn more!