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The Story of the Last Runner (as Told by Nike)

Being the last runner to finish the race is not as easy as one might think and there’s more to it than just being the slowest one.  This short new video from Nike, Last, tells a tale of each “runner.”

— Press Release —

Last: An Untold Runner’s Story

History hails the victor but runners who tackle races for pride and personal goals, rather than pace, are rarely recognized.  As Fall marathon season is upon us, a new Nike Running film, Last, celebrates not only the last athlete who crosses the finish line, but also the imperfect journey of every runner.  Anyone can be a runner; all you have to do is run.

All runners can take on their own challenges with Nike+ Run Club (NRC).  NRC embodies Nike’s commitment to serve runners of all ability levels—whether they are attempting their first, fastest or farthest run—by offering access to physical and digital running sessions, in-store services, personal coaching and a motivating community.  For more information, visit nike.com/NRC.

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