Run4papa

MY Big 5 Marathon Video

2013 Big 5 Marathon is the wildest of them all!

To read the full cover story, go to: MY Big 5 Marathon Run (Run4Papa)
This was the hardest race of my life! 10 times harder than the Great Wall of China!
I was nervous. And if you saw what

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Papa Funeral Service and Eulogy

Streaming Video Honoring A Living Legend
To make a donation online in honor of Papa, go to: PPA Research and Education Fund (Run4Papa)
To watch a recording of yesterday’s funeral service and eulogy in honor of Papa, please click: http://www.irakaufman.com/funerals/index_videoarchive.cfm?funeralid=5184
The outpouring of support in the form of phone calls,

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Today’s Funeral of Dr. Louis “Papa” Heyman

Watch the Funeral and Eulogies in Real Time

For those of you who are unable to attend the funeral for Dr. Louis “Papa” Heyman today at 12:00 pm, you will have access to view the funeral in real time.
Check back 30 minutes prior to the service time

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R.I.P. Papa

The World Lost a Great Man Today
I am saddened to share the news that my “Papa,” Dr. Louis Heyman passed away late yesterday evening. I am thankful he lived to be 88 years (strong) and even prouder to have a grandfather like him who was clearly an amazing influence

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MY Big 5 Marathon Run in South Africa

The Hardest Race of my Life!
Inspection Day
I was nervous. And if you saw what I witnessed during our inspection drive the day before the race, you would be as well. Eager to see this course, I sat shotgun next to the ranger who took our group on quite

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MY 2013 Boston Marathon Race Footage – SO CLOSE YET SO FAR

What was it like to run the 2013 Boston Marathon?

I never imagined that I would come up .4 miles short from completing my first Boston Marathon. When the bombings went off, a boston bomb squad officer pulled me aside and said, “Your race is over!”
From a running

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Running the Boston Marathon for $1/Mile

Bill Rodgers, 4-Time Boston Marathon Winner, Supports Run4Papa

Would you pledge $1 a mile? What about for 26.2 miles?
My “Papa,” a pediatrician of 50 years, was recently diagnosed with dementia. Since I’ll sleep plenty when I am dead, I figured why not do anything and everything possible to

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