Pregnant 46y old in Boston Marathon

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, April 27, 2017 | 0 comments

Image: 2010 Boston Marathon - elite women, by JD (Kinchan1), on Flickr
A 46-year-old woman in her eighth month of pregnancy took part in a marathon recently held in Boston (the USA).

She covered 42 km within seven hours.

New York resident April Noan, who is to become 47 years old in several weeks, said her doctors and organizers of the marathon allowed her to participate in the heat.

What is more interesting, the woman does not understand, why people make so much fuss about her deed?

Her opinion is, pregnancy is not a disease. Women in past centuries treated pregnancy especially seriously only when it came to its end.

Source: Funreports.com
Photo credit: 2010 Boston Marathon - elite women,
by JD (Kinchan1), on Flickr
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