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Source:KTLA.com Julie Weiss raises money and awareness for pancreatic cancer research by running 52 marathons in 52 weeks.
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One Marathon A Week With Julie Weiss

Source:KTLA.com Julie Weiss the “Marathon Goddess” joined us to tell us about her motivation behind completing 52 marathons in one year. She is running all for a great cause, to raise money to help find the cure to pancreatic cancer. Julie will run her 52nd race completing the year coming up on Sunday March 17 at the LA Marathon.
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Running for life: 52 marathons in 52 weeks

Source:Jewish Journal Of all Julie Weiss’ memories of her father, his larger-than-life personality stands out most: Maurice Weiss was a drummer — a regular on the radio by age 5 — a bandleader, a stock broker, and a tennis and racquetball player who took up acting at the ripe age of 70. “Everything he did, he did it big,” she recalled recently with a smile and a shake of her long, blond hair. Now Weiss is following her father’s lead. To raise awareness of pancreatic cancer, from which her father died in 2010, Weiss is running 52 marathons in 52 weeks and donating the funds she raises to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCAN). Her final race will be the Los Angeles Marathon on March 17. As of Feb. 25, she has raised more than $143,000.
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Julie Weiss’ goal of running 52 marathons in 52 weeks is dedicated to her father

Source:The Miami Herald Julie Weiss’ goal of attempting to run 52 marathons in 52 weeks is dedicated to her late father, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2010. When she was 37, Julie Weiss decided to take up running to lose some weight and get in better shape physically and mentally.Eventually, stride by stride, she went from “not being able to run around the block” to running in races, and then, eventually, marathons.
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California Woman Tackles Route 66 Marathon In Father’s Honor

Source:Oklahoma’s Own News On 6 The Route 66 Marathon is gaining speed.It’s only been around for seven years, but this year the race sold out for the first time, and 10,500 runners took to the city streets this weekend to celebrate the event.Each runner out here has come with a goal, whether it’s to beat their time from last year, or maybe just to finish or to have fun, but for one that passion stretches a little further and it’s personal.
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