Around the World in Seven Races

Michael Hewitt, MD, makes worldwide travel and fitness a family affair

Jennie McKee

“The idea of running 26.2 miles used to seem impossible to me, and running 100 miles sounded crazy,” said Michael Hewitt, MD. “But then you work up to these things and find out your body is capable of doing much more than you believe possible.”

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