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Down Half a Lung, He Finishes Every Workout, Even If It Takes All Day

RUNNING DOESN’T HURT NOAH Lambrecht too much, but it’s hard to breathe. During cross-country season, he often found himself alone on the road, the slowest runner, finishing workouts long after his teammates.

He pushes through; he always has. Born with life-threatening birth defects, he worked hard from the time he was an

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