Zola Budd, 17, makes her British running debut in the 3,000-meter event on April 14, 1984, in England.
Scheels assistant store leader Greg Walter warms up at the start of the Run for Ryan near the new store at Shiloh Crossing Sunday morning. Walter's son Ryan died of SIDS.
Scheels Run for Ryan participants start the 10K race near the new Scheels store under construction at Shiloh Crossing on Sunday morning.
A poster is signed by participants at the start of the Scheels Run for Ryan race Sunday morning.
Scheels manager John Kessler warms up at the start of the Run for Ryan near the new Scheels store at Shiloh Crossing Sunday morning.
Scheels Run for Ryan participants start the 5K race near the new Scheels store under construction at Shiloh Crossing on Sunday morning. The event is a fundraiser for the SIDS Institute.
The Montana Women's Run has announced that Zola Budd Pieterse will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Montana Women’s Run Kick-Off Dinner on Friday, May 9. She's shown here at age 17, in the 3,000-meters on April 14, 1984, in Dartford, Kent, England.
The second annual Young Lives Colorful Fun Run to help teen mothers will be held on Saturday at Josephine Crossing beginning at 5 p.m.
Vivienne Shockley, left, and her mother, Sheryl, run around Pioneer Park last month.
Cassie Lorenz, a 17-year-old Billings girl with muscular cancer, has died.
Students and staff at Senior High have organized a race to benefit one of their classmates, 17-year-old Cassie Lorenz, who suffers from rhabdomyosarcoma, a form of cancer that affects her muscles.
Heart & Sole Run 2011 Logo
Joey Reintsma, 5, waits for his mom to finish the 30th annual Heart and Sole Run on Saturday.
Traci and Will Rodenberger and their kids Olivia (front) Zoey and Alex stroll through the 5k of the 30th annual Heart and Sole Run in Billings Saturday June 13, 2009.
Marines 1st Lt. Seth Nicholson, left, and 1st Sgt. Robert Roddy carry flags in the 10K on Saturday. The group ran in boots and utility uniforms.
Kaycee Rider trained and practiced for a month just for Saturday.
Marni Allen says her mother, Marilyn Williams, is a stubborn Norwegian.
Heart attack prompts 3 generations to participate in run
Join friends and a team leader to train before the 30th anniversary Heart and Sole Run.