P2P’s Five Most Read Stories: June 2015
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P2P’s Five Most Read Stories: June 2015

July 1, 2015

P2P readers sure do like variety. Our top stories from June range from golf to rugby with some snowboarding, skiing, running, and climbing in between. Take a look at these

Powerful Vision: Houston Dash’s Kealia Ohai On Playing Soccer With One Eye
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Powerful Vision: Houston Dash’s Kealia Ohai On Playing Soccer With One Eye

July 1, 2015

We caught up with Houston Dash forward Kealia Ohai to get the scoop on what it’s like to play soccer in the National Women’s Soccer League with one functioning eye.

70-Year-Old Becomes Oldest Woman To Finish Ultramarathon, Even After Getting Lost On The Trail
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70-Year-Old Becomes Oldest Woman To Finish Ultramarathon, Even After Getting Lost On The Trail

June 30, 2015

Many can run a marathon, but it takes a different breed to run an ultramarathon. In the Western States Endurance Run, racers take on the 100 miles of dirt between

Rushes Come In All Forms: Paul Casey Places 2nd At Travelers Championship, Thrives On Action Sports
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Rushes Come In All Forms: Paul Casey Places 2nd At Travelers Championship, Thrives On Action Sports

June 28, 2015

If you find yourself driving home after attending a PGA tournament, and you see a cyclist on the road, look closely. It might just be PGA and European Tour pro

Yankees Fan Completes Walk From Florida To New York, Raises Money For Wounded Warrior
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Yankees Fan Completes Walk From Florida To New York, Raises Money For Wounded Warrior

June 27, 2015

In March, Purpose2Play interviewed Richard Albero just north of Ocala, Florida as he was making his way from George M. Steinbrenner Field (spring training home of the New York Yankees)

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