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Runnersworld

Source:runnersworld “We were both in the thick of long training runs,” recalls Twist. “We needed a spark, and Julie said she’d heard about this book, maybe we should read it.” Read more..

latimes.com

Source:latimes.com You might remember Julie Weiss from the last time we wrote about her, in 2013, when she was celebrating running her 52nd marathon … in 52 weeks. Read more..

la-story.com

Source:la-story.com One would think spring had sprung weeks ago with the 80+ degrees, but that doesn’t stop marathoners. Nor would it stop a specific marathoner, Julie Weiss known as the “Marathon Goddess” from running her 100th marathon here in LA on Valentine’s Day to honor her dad! Read more..

NBC Los Angeles

Source:NBC Los Angeles A Southern California woman known as the “Marathon Goddess” is on a mission to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer the only way she knows how: by running. Read more..

Santa Monica Daily Press

Source:Santa Monica Daily Press When Julie Weiss feels tired, when her feet start hurting, her body starts aching and her willpower starts fading, all she has to do to keep going is think of her father. Read more..

fitbie

Source:fitbie This weekend will be a special one for Julie Weiss: For the first time in an entire year, she won’t be going for a run. But we’re not talking about a jog around the block: Weiss, 42, is also known as the “Marathon Goddess” because she’s just finished her 52nd marathon in 52 weekends to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer, the disease that took her father’s life.
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Prevention Magazine

Source:Prevention Magazine This weekend will be a special one for Julie Weiss: For the first time in an entire year, she won’t be going for a run. But we’re not talking about a jog around the block: Weiss, 42, is also known as the “Marathon Goddess” because she’s just finished her 52nd marathon in 52 weekends to raise awareness for pancreatic cancer, the disease that took her father’s life.
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Daily Mail

Source: For many, just taking part in a single marathon is the achievement of a lifetime, but Julie Weiss, they’ve become something of a weekly routine.She has run 52 of them – one a week – for the past year in memory of her dad who passed away from pancreatic cancer.Yesterday, the 42-year-old California mother of two finally stopped as she crossed the finish line of the Los Angeles Marathon.
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Cash Sweat Tears Award Video

Source:Vimeo Devastated by the loss of her father in 2010 to pancreatic cancer, Julie Weiss channeled her mourning into an audacious quest – run 52 marathons in 52 weeks to raise money and awareness for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. The Run Walk Ride Fundraising Council honored Weiss’ achievement by presenting her with the Cash, Sweat & Tears Award at the council’s annual conference in Atlanta. This video was part of the Award presentation.
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The Daily Breeze

Source:The Daily Breeze When Julie Weiss crosses the finish line on Sunday in her purple jersey and a flower in her hair, she won’t be celebrating having just run 26.2 miles.For the 42-year-old Santa Monica resident, the L.A. Marathon represents a much larger accomplishment.The race will mark the end of a journey Weiss set off on last March to run 52 marathons in one year. Read more..