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'No days off': This man ran a mile a day for the past 50 years

Sandy Hulme (center) wearing his "no days off" t-shirt as part of a celebration at Alma College for his 50-year running streak. Hulme says he's run at least one mile every day since March 5, 1973. (Rick Brewer/WCMU)
Sandy Hulme (center) wearing his "no days off" t-shirt as part of a celebration at Alma College for his 50-year running streak. Hulme says he's run at least one mile every day since March 5, 1973. (Rick Brewer/WCMU)

Neither rain nor snow or even a hernia operation can stop Sandy Hulme from running. The 61-year-old says it’s part of his daily routine — and he has run at least one mile every day for the past 50 years.

Rick Brewer of WCMU has this profile.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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