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Spirit Journey: one man’s role in a 6,000-mile run through North America | Sport

Noé Álvarez (second left) during his long journey

While jogging on the spot, Mexican-American runner Noé Álvarez showed his passport to the border agent in Nogales, Arizona. Álvarez was participating in the Peace and Dignity Journeys (PDJ), an ultramarathon for runners of indigenous background like himself. His group had run 3,200 miles from the Arctic to the US …

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