This man just won’t quit. After 50 years of running marathons, Bret Weigner, 67, broke the record in June for completing marathons in the most countries – 133 to be exact. Weigner, a retired seventh grade geography teacher from Cheyenne, Wyoming, hopes to run in 30 countries this year, according to Runner’s World. The former...
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