Running For His Life: The Story of Marko Cheseto

Marko Cheseto

His feet brought him from Kenya to Alaska. Then a tragic run into his own private storm forced him to change course.

ESPN's Outside the Lines covers the story of Mark Cheseto, a star student athlete at the University of Alaska who disappeared from campus in the middle of a snowstorm in November 2011. Two days later he walked back into campus with severe hypothermia and frostbite in his legs that forced both of his legs to get amputated.

 

 

 

 

View the entire story at ESPN's Outside the Lines

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