Firefighter Gabe Arteaga runs along the Rickenbacker Causeway as he trains for a Navy SEALs challenge. He has recovered from ankle surgery on a severe break that normally would have meant his running days were over.
Firefighter Gabe Arteaga runs along the Rickenbacker Causeway as he trains for a Navy SEALs challenge. He has recovered from ankle surgery on a severe break that normally would have meant his running days were over. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com
Firefighter Gabe Arteaga runs along the Rickenbacker Causeway as he trains for a Navy SEALs challenge. He has recovered from ankle surgery on a severe break that normally would have meant his running days were over. AL DIAZ adiaz@miamiherald.com

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