Notes From Mirna – Hyland's, Inc.

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Notes From Mirna

Mirna Valerio joins Hyland’s Powered as an accomplished runner with race experience that spans the globe. Accustomed to turning heads on the starting line, Mirna has redefined what it looks to be an ultrarunner. As a 2018 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year and a body positivity icon, Mirna has appeared in Runner’s World, REI, Women’s Running and more.
Momentum

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