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She Wasn't Supposed to Be Able to Walk - Now She's a Medal-Winning Runner (VIDEO)

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April 29, 2014|10:51 am

Molly Hincka (Screenshot: ProcterGamble/YouTube)

Molly Hincka ran her first race at the age of 8, and she's been running ever since. She won three medals at the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens, Greece. At the beginning of 2013, she set a goal of running a marathon. She achieved that goal by completing the Detroit Free Press International Marathon later in the year.

Now, the 22-year-old runs and exercises with her parents every day.

Her accomplishments are inspiring enough, but they mean even more when you learn that doctors believed she would never walk or talk. This P&G ad gives us a glimpse of Molly's extraordinary life through photos and the words of her loving mom.


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