Multiple sclerosis, lung cancer, and 50 marathons: Aaron Hawkins about to reach amazing milestone

“He has been a blessing and role model for so many,” his doctor Jonathan Nesbitt says.

“There’s something amazing about holding up an American flag,” says kettlebell gold medal winner Katherine Hartmann

The physician and scientist says she was motivated by the words of a friend: “Almost everything is your fault, and what isn’t your fault is your responsibility.”

Cancer researcher Kimberly Dahlman is too busy to run in the Boston Marathon, but she’s doing it anyway — for her daughter

“Even though I felt like I was already over-committed, I knew that I needed to do this”

Olympic achievement: Children’s Hospital employee KeKe Hinds brings home the gold

“I am very competitive when it comes to sports. It’s such fun and I get to meet so many great people.”

After being diagnosed with MS, Jonathan Davidson decided to take up running. He just completed his 50th marathon — one in each of the 50 states.

Holding his infant daughter led him to vow to take care of himself so he could coach her soccer team and, someday, walk her down the aisle.

Avid runner founds “Gynecologists for Hire” to participate in Shade Tree Trot

Ob/Gyn fellow Cynthia Arvizo witnessed firsthand the good that Shade Tree Clinic does — so she formed a running team to raise funds