Runyan's Vision: New York Marathon Success Distance runner Marla Runyan — who is legally blind — will compete in Sunday's New York Marathon.
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Runyan's Vision: New York Marathon Success

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Runyan's Vision: New York Marathon Success

Runyan's Vision: New York Marathon Success

Runyan's Vision: New York Marathon Success

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Distance runner Marla Runyan — who is legally blind — will compete in Sunday's New York Marathon. She's a world-class athlete with many top victories on running tracks, but the streets of New York pose many challenges. Runyan talks to NPR's John Ydstie.