As a teenager, Michael Ring had a 2-step plan to avoid gym class: join a varsity team, and join a varsity team without tryouts–in his case, the track team, where showing up was good enough. Before long, running became more than an excuse–it became a personal outlet, a social activity, and a lifelong journey that would see him become a race director, president of the Prospect Park Track Club, a survivor of Guillán-Barre Syndrome and proud Achilles Athlete, and a beloved figure in the Brooklyn running community, completing marathons and ultramarathons many times along the way.
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