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The drive to compete is strong in Primerica’s Chief Marketing Officer Duane Morrow. The Hoschton, GA, resident just completed his tenth Peachtree Road Race on July 4 in the wheelchair division — an annual cross training event he uses to prepare himself for wheelchair rugby, which he calls his “real passion.”

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Always an avid sportsman, Morrow, 48, was critically injured in 2004 while playing rugby in Europe and was paralyzed from the chest down. Twelve years later, he has transitioned to “the new cool normal,” he says, continuing to participate in competitive sports year round. “I’ve always been a driven person,” says Morrow. “I want to beat you at breathing.”

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A recent Atlanta Journal-Constitution article that features Morrow talks about how he — and other wheelchair racers — continue to show up year after year for the celebrated 10K in midtown Atlanta.
Read the article.

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3 Responses to “Ten Years Later and Going Strong!”


  1. July 28th, 2016 at 12:23 pm Jaime Pajon Says:

    WOOOWW ; everyday I fell more in love with this company and their people ; keep it up champion ; you are truly a champion ; thank you for all your support and mental toughness







  2. July 29th, 2016 at 10:20 am Jacob Thomas Says:

    So proud to be represented by competitors and true champions not just in business but all areas of life. I loved your speech at the convention and truly look forward to seeing you on the Monday Broadcast! Live long and prosper coach!







  3. September 9th, 2016 at 3:49 pm Margaret Kania Says:

    Im so blessed to learn from the fighters. Life is not about us , it is about how many people we can inspire , how many people can lean on us when something hard strikes . Thanks for sharing this






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