Duke Law Professors Run Boston Marathon

April 18, 2007Duke Law News

Intrepid and incredibly fit Professors Paul Haagen and Jim Salzman ran through a Nor’easter on April 16 to finish the 111th Boston Marathon. In spite of the fact that it was “raining hard and blowing harder,” for much of the race, according to Haagen, both report being content and pleased with their individual achievements, as well as a little sore.

Both Haagen and Salzman were members of the Law School’s “Running for Justice” marathon team that ran Charlotte’s “Thunder Road” Marathon in December, raising $45,000 to benefit the Loan Repayment Assistance Project. Haagen’s Charlotte run qualified him for Boston.
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