Run Mama Run

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    Elite runner Sarah Brown trains through an unexpected pregnancy to compete in the Olympic trials only 16 weeks after giving birth. Directed by Daniele Anastasion for espnW and ESPN Films.

    "'Run Mama Run' is fascinating...watch if you like sports stories and being impressed."
    - Margaret Lyons, The New York Times

    Director: Daniele Anastasion
    Producer: Patrick White
    DP: Nathan Golon
    Editor: Matt Cascella
    Original Score: Brooke Blair and Will Blair
    Production Manager: Elyse Kelly
    Additional Camera: Shane Alcock, Jeff Hutchens, Emilie Silvestri
    Assistant Editor: Dan Fipphen
    Post Production: Nice Shoes
    Colorist: Phillip Choe
    Audio Post: Sound Lounge
    Sound Mixer: Steve 'Major' Giammaria

    For ESPN
    EP: John Dahl, Libby Geist, Laura Gentile, Alison Overholt, Connor Schell
    Senior Producer: Erin Leyden
    Producers: Jenna Anthony, Adam Neuhaus
    Associate Producers: Shaun Alperin, Jennifer Holmes

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  2. In Episode 2 of Run Mama Run, elite runner Sarah Brown trains for the Olympic Trials until the day before she gives birth. Directed by Daniele Anastasion for espnW and ESPN Films.

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    In episode 3, the countdown begins. Runner Sarah Brown brings home her newborn and has only 16 weeks to get into elite shape for the Olympic Trials. Directed by Daniele Anastasion for espnW and ESPN Films.

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  4. In episode 4 of Run Mama Run, Sarah Brown faces a series of unexpected setbacks that threaten her goal of competing in the Trials. Directed by Daniele Anastasion for espnW and ESPN Films.

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    In the final episode, Sarah Brown competes at the Olympic Trials just 16 weeks after giving birth. Directed by Daniele Anastasion for espnW and ESPN Films.

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Run Mama Run

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Elite runner Sarah Brown trains through an unexpected pregnancy in order to compete in the Olympic trials just 16 weeks after giving birth.

"'Run Mama Run' is fascinating...watch if you like sports stories and being impressed."
- The New York Times

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