Don Muchow used multiple pairs of shoes to complete the Capital to Coast Relay earlier this month. Muchow, who has diabetes, ran the 223-mile relay by himself.
Don Muchow used multiple pairs of shoes to complete the Capital to Coast Relay earlier this month. Muchow, who has diabetes, ran the 223-mile relay by himself. Ron Baselice TNS
Don Muchow used multiple pairs of shoes to complete the Capital to Coast Relay earlier this month. Muchow, who has diabetes, ran the 223-mile relay by himself. Ron Baselice TNS

His doctor calls him a diabetic superhero. And after running 223 miles, it’s easy to see why

November 26, 2017 12:25 PM

UPDATED November 26, 2017 01:07 PM

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