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A Multitasking Montana Mom Ran A 3:11 Marathon While Pushing Her Three Kids In A Stroller

Cynthia Arnold of Montana maintained sub-7:20 pace for 26.2 miles with her six-, four-, and one-year-old in tow.

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A mother of three young children turned in an exceptional time in the Missoula Marathon last month, a feat that wouldn’t be terribly newsworthy except for the way she did it.


In a rather astonishing display of a mom’s multitasking talents, Cynthia Arnold completed the 26.2-mile race June 30 in 3:11.54 while pushing a three-seat stroller that held her almost 7-, 4- and nearly 2-year-old kids.

All told, she pushed roughly 185 pounds, according to Runner’s World calculations, and it wasn’t because she couldn’t find a sitter.

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