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The LA Times

Source: Julie Weiss of Santa Monica is indeed a Marathon Goddess.Weiss crossed the finish line of the Los Angeles Marathon in 5:17:44. The blogger, who details her running exploits at MarathonGoddess.com, would have had a faster finish if not for the media interviews she stopped to do along the way and the fans who met her for hugs and high-fives. Read more..

The LA Times

Source:The LA Times Friends and relatives who lost loved ones to pancreatic cancer and patients themselves are coming from near and far to spirit Weiss across that final finish line. Read more..

buzz60@AOL

Source:buzz60@AOL A California woman is running 26.2 miles every weekend to help cure a deadly disease. Femi Redwood has more on what inspired this journey.
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Women’s Running

Source:Women’s Running What would you do for love? Would you climb a mountain, or perhaps swim the great big sea? How about run a marathon. . .or 52? You read that right – would you run 52 marathons in 52 weeks in the name of love? That’s 1362.4 race miles. And Julie Weiss ran every mile of that total – all for the love of her father.
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KTLA

Source:KTLA.com The L.A. Marathon races into the Southland on Sunday, and for Santa Monica’s Julie Weiss, it will be her last marathon in a streak of 52 races in 52 weeks.”My dad became my biggest fan when I started running marathons,” she said. “He was just so overjoyed when I started running and would tell all his friends about all these marathons that I’m running.”Her father passed away just over two years ago of pancreatic cancer, a disease that has less than a 5 percent survival rate.
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ABC

Source:ABC The L.A. Marathon races into the Southland on Sunday, and for Santa Monica’s Julie Weiss, it will be her last marathon in a streak of 52 races in 52 weeks.”My dad became my biggest fan when I started running marathons,” she said. “He was just so overjoyed when I started running and would tell all his friends about all these marathons that I’m running.”Her father passed away just over two years ago of pancreatic cancer, a disease that has less than a 5 percent survival rate.
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NBC

Source:NBC Julie Weiss will complete her mission of running 52 marathons in 52 weeks when she crosses the finish line of the LA Marathon on Sunday. Her goal is to help fund research to find a cure for pancreatic cancer, the cancer that killed her father. John Cádiz Klemack reports from Hollywood for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on March 15, 2013.
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The Today Show

Source:The Today Show California mom Julie Weiss, 42, has completed an amazing year-long journey running 52 marathons in 52 weeks to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer, the disease that took her father’s life. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.
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