Goat Herder Saves Six Runners

Jun 13 , 2021 | Social Good

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Tragedy struck in China last month when 21 trail race competitors were lost in extreme weather conditions. But in a testament to the strength of the human spirit, a local goat herder ventured from safety and rescued six people. He provided them with clothes, blankets, and a safe shelter until emergency responders arrived. This is his story. And may we remember the athletes and friends we lost.


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