Brian Thomas, 35, of Lake Worth finishing a 100K run in 2011. He was preparing for an 1,800-mile run from Florida to Michigan with his group, Road Warriors, to raise money for cancer patients.
Brian Thomas, 35, of Lake Worth finishing a 100K run in 2011. He was preparing for an 1,800-mile run from Florida to Michigan with his group, Road Warriors, to raise money for cancer patients.
Brian Thomas, 35, of Lake Worth finishing a 100K run in 2011. He was preparing for an 1,800-mile run from Florida to Michigan with his group, Road Warriors, to raise money for cancer patients.

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