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With his trademark wacky grin and wry sense of humor, fox runner Ken Youssef has been one of the sport’s most popular personalities ever since he debuted in 2003.
He’s won more than 100 races, including three Olympic gold medals, and is the founder of the Fox Runnings, which trains runners at elite high schools around the country to run their first marathon.
“I’m not just a guy who runs, I’m a race promoter,” Yousseff told Yahoo Sports.
“If you have a dream and you have to work hard, then I have to put my heart and soul into it.”
With that in mind, he and his Fox Runings team have launched an annual run for the past 12 years to raise money for children in need.
The goal is to raise $2 million to support a local charity, which is run by a family that has been through a tough time in their lives and relies on the funds to help feed its young children.
“It’s a challenge for them, because they’re children and their parents can’t afford food,” Yosef said.
“That’s a tough situation.”
Fox Runers has raised $2.2 million for children’s charities since 2003, and the running group has been active in the local community since 2002.
They host a running competition, run the Fox Show on local radio and help raise money to support local charities.
Fox Runchers has also been instrumental in helping local charities like the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, a local veterans group and a local school.
They’ve also partnered with a local church to raise funds for children.
The Fox Runks are a proud part of Fox Sports, which launched in 2003 as a live-broadcast channel.
It has since evolved into a full-fledged online streaming platform and has since expanded to a multitude of other platforms.
As a result, they’ve raised more than $4 million for charity.
“We’re like the big brother of Fox,” Yousf said of the streaming network.
“They’re like our big sisters.
We’re all brothers and sisters.”
In addition to running, Fox Runways has also taken part in many charity events.
In addition the Fox News Channel and Fox Business Network, the Fox run has also helped raise money.
“When we first launched, we didn’t think we would be running a marathon.
It was just a way for us to raise awareness and awareness for children,” Youses said.
Fox’s most recent charity event was the 2016 Running the Fox, a marathon for children and teens run at the Fox Valley Raceway.
“For them to be able to run at a high school level, and have a great experience on the course and be able come back and have fun and meet some of the kids that are running that race and have an impact, that’s really what Fox Run is about,” Yades said.
In 2016, Fox ran the Fox Runner, a five-mile run at St. Charles County High School in St. Louis.
Yousse faired well in the marathon, winning the title of the fastest male.
“Ken and I are super proud of that race,” Yoses said.
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