NPR Host Peter Sagal Offers Life Lessons Learned While Pounding The Pavement
Public radio star Peter Sagal has not always been the dedicated long-distance runner he is today. After competing on his high school cross-country team, 25 years would pass before he took exercising seriously again. What started out as a goal to get healthy, led to 14 marathon finishes. Today, Sagal talked about the lessons he's learned, and how his running helped him get a handle on life during hard times.
- Peter Sagal, host of NPR's Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me! and author of "The Incomplete Book Of Running"