Felician assistant cross country coach sets official bilateral below-the-knee amputee world marathon record
Felician University assistant women's and men's cross-country coach Brian Reynolds of Clifton set the official bilateral below-the-knee amputee world marathon record at the Chicago Marathon on October 8, according to A Step Ahead Prosthetics. Reynolds, 29, entered Chicago with a goal of three hours, 20 minutes. Instead, he crossed the finish line in a record time of 3:06:31. To read the full story, please click on the link: felicianathletics.com/sports/mc/2017-18/releases/3D.
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