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Zoe Romano runs down valuable lessons

Updated: August 4, 2013, 2:12 PM ET
By Mackenzie Lobby | Special to espnW

When she took the first steps of her 2,000-mile journey nine weeks ago, Zoe Romano wasn't sure she'd ever actually finish. She was buzzing with excitement as she stood at her start line in Cagnes-sur-Mer heading toward Marseille. But she was equally nervous and scared, rightly so for someone who was about to cover the entire Tour de France course on foot.

Now standing in Calvi, a town on the northwest coast of the island of Corsica, she has finished 79 days of running, ...

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