Jenna Lee interviewed Olympic hopeful and new mom Sarah Brown today on "Happening Now."
A dog who wandered away from her yard became the unwitting participant of a local half marathon -- and finished seventh place.
For most people, the thought of completing just one Ironman triathlon - a grueling combination of running, swimming and biking - is a daunting one. Now imagine doing 50 of them... in all 50 states ... in 50 days!
The cover of next month's Women's Running magazine already has people talking.
In case you need any motivation to get in shape, check out Jenna Lee's interview this afternoon with 91-year-old Harriette Thompson, who set a world record by completing a 26.2-mile marathon. She did it in San Diego over the weekend, completing the distance in 7 hours, 7 minutes and 42 seconds. That's almost three hours faster than any other woman above the age of 90 and she's now the second-oldest woman to complete a marathon in the U.S.