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Video: Runner going the distance for Down syndrome awareness

Posted by Matt Pepin, BostonGlobe.com Staff  April 10, 2012 08:42 AM

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Videographer Scott LaPierre tells the story of Russell Trottier, who is running the Boston Marathon this year to raise money for Down syndrome awareness through the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress. Trottier's third son, Colin, has Down syndrome.

For details, or to support Trottier's effort, check out his Web page.

To tell why you are running the marathon, or why you run at all, we invite you to submit words, photos, or videos at our Why I Run gallery.

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