Hein Wagner (Kuilsriver, WC, South Africa) – Totally blind from birth, Hein has a passion for adventure, endurance sports and enabling others with disabilities. He will be the Antarctica Marathon's first-ever totally blind participant who will run with a guide. Hein, 40, is raising funds for Vision Trust, a non-profit he founded whose mission is to make the world a more accessible place for persons with disabilities and to promote the integration of disabled persons into the workplace, sports arenas and the arts.Winter Vinecki ( Salem, OR) – Winter is a 14-year-old athletic dynamo on a mission. The ace student, a nationally ranked triathlete and aerial skiing Olympic hopeful, is on a mission to be the youngest person to finish marathons on all seven continents. She expects to finish her quest by the time she is 15. Winter is also on a mission to raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer research, a disease that claimed her father. She will be the youngest runner ever to tackle the Antarctica Marathon.
More Than 20 Runners To Reach 7 Marathons On 7 Continents Goal At The Antarctica Marathon
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