Sudan refugee runs without a country, with a cause
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — When Guor Marial was 8, he sprinted through the darkness with the hope of escaping child slavery at a labor camp in Sudan. As a refugee in the United States years later, he made a discovery: He was good at running long distances, and he could run them fast.
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