One wall isn't large enough to display Walter White's athletic accomplishments. Medals, trophies, racing bibs and other memorabilia cover the walls of his apartment like wallpaper. All his life, any sport he could find, he played. But it wasn't until his move to Florida that he began running. At first, it was a way to stay fit, but it wasn't too long before Walter started running competitively. Fifty years later and he hasn't looked back. This year Walter, who lives at Freedom Village at Bradenton, a Brookdale Senior Living community, turns 93 and still actively competes in marathons. While he continues to enjoy running, racing has gotten to be less critical to Walter than the camaraderie he finds with the other runners.
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