Nebraskans part of relay team running across U.S. for MS awareness

OMAHA, Neb. —

They train for pain.

That’s what it takes to run roughly a marathon a day for nearly a week straight.”It’s definitely a labor of love,” said Omaha’s Chris Whitney.Whitney and Tammie Krusczcak, both from Nebraska, are part of a 19-segment relay running across the United States.It’s 3,260 miles — or — about 171 miles per person.”You train yourself to run tired,” Krusczcak said.The relay is about more than athletic achievement. It’s about changing the lives of people with multiple sclerosis and raising awareness about the disease. Recommended Nebraska Corrections announces death of inmate MS Run the […]

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