His Riveting Documentary: Injured Firefighter Prepares for NYC Marathon

Several months ago I did a post about Glenn Osten Anderson’s (C’02, Pennfest 2007) coverage of the US Olympic Track and Field Trials.

UPennSince May of 2008 Glenn Osten Anderson (C’02) has been working as a correspondent video producer for Runner’s World and has covered the US Olympic Trials, New York City Marathon and has done two documentary profiles.

Now he as another new project out for Runner’s World called “26.2 or Die” — a short form 7 episode documentary profiling an injured FDNY firefighter as he prepares for and competes I the 2008 NYC Marathon.

This is Glenn’s second documentary about NYC’s disabled running community after the award winning The Long Road in 2005. Glenn had previously developed and produced web video programming for CBS College Sports — in addition to his work with Runner’s World, Glenn is currently working with part of the Financial Times.

Watch the first episode above

…and then watch the rest of the series here!

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