THI New Leaders Event with Ultramarathon Runner Dean Karnazes on May 5

NEW YORK – The Hellenic Initiative (THI) New Leaders present a discussion with ultramarathon runner Dean Karnazes on Wednesday, May 5, 1 PM EDT, on Instagram live. Karnazes has run 3,000 miles from the coast of California to New York City. An ESPN ESPY award-winner for Best Outdoor Athlete, he is on TIME Magazine’s list of the Top 100 Most Influential People in the World. Karnazes is also a philanthropist, accomplished businessman, and bestselling author, and donor to THI.

His new book, A Runner's High: My Life in Motion, not only covers his jaw-dropping experiences, but also takes a deep look at both the runner and the trail.

The Instagram event, moderated by THI New Leader Co-Chair and fellow runner Eunice Buhler, will focus on Karnazes’ book and much more.

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