At 64 years old, Coconut Grove native Juan Piña holds a rare distinction: he has run on every continent. Piña runs marathons. A lot of them. On Nov. 2nd, Piña brought his marathon tally to 307 with the TCS New York Marathon. “Even though I’ve ran 300 plus marathons, every time I cross the finish line you feel like crying,” said Piña, “It’s always an achievement.”
At 64 years old, Coconut Grove native Juan Piña holds a rare distinction: he has run on every continent. Piña runs marathons. A lot of them. On Nov. 2nd, Piña brought his marathon tally to 307 with the TCS New York Marathon. “Even though I’ve ran 300 plus marathons, every time I cross the finish line you feel like crying,” said Piña, “It’s always an achievement.”
At 64 years old, Coconut Grove native Juan Piña holds a rare distinction: he has run on every continent. Piña runs marathons. A lot of them. On Nov. 2nd, Piña brought his marathon tally to 307 with the TCS New York Marathon. “Even though I’ve ran 300 plus marathons, every time I cross the finish line you feel like crying,” said Piña, “It’s always an achievement.”

Marathon man Juan Piña runs for success

November 10, 2014 06:04 PM

UPDATED November 10, 2014 06:25 PM

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