‘Forrest Gump’-Inspired Runner Crosses The U.S. For Charity

‘Forrest Gump’-Inspired Runner Crosses The U.S. For Charity

A Michigan man, inspired by the movie Forrest Gump, is running across America to raise money to fight global poverty. NPR’s Wade Goodwyn says Barclay Oudersluys is clocking about 30 miles a day.

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