When internal medicine specialist Theodore Strange, M.D., stood on the Verrazano Bridge waiting to start the New York City Marathon last Sunday, nothing was out of the ordinary. The weather was perfect: bright sunshine, no wind, mid-40s. His colleagues from Northwell Health were decked out in race bibs beside him. And the course ahead was familiar, since this was the 59-year-old’s 25th time running the race.
Read the full story here.– Runner's World