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    Adaline McDowellMar 14, 2024 at 12:13 pm

    I loved Coach Durr.
    I ran distance so I didn’t get to work with him as much as the sprinters, but during track workouts, every time I ran by his wheelchair he would call out advice on my form. I would try to apply it the best I could, and every time I passed his position on the field I ran faster and with better form
    I will miss him. He always showed up rain or shine to every meet in his wheelchair with the waterproof bubble around it, always focused, and quick to smile. His love and passion for both the sport and his athletes was evident. We need more coaches to carry on his legacy. Rest in peace Coach Durrs ❤️

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    Gavin AczonJan 11, 2024 at 1:39 pm

    Great story, I also had the pleasure of having him as a coach during my track and field career, and later on learned about the influence he had on this sport, his legacy will forever live on, what a great way to honor him.

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    Nicky KuglerJan 11, 2024 at 1:23 pm

    This is such a beautiful piece to honor and respect the work that he has placed within this community. It just gives a reminder of how he has greatly impacted the field of sports and how he set motivation to students

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    Leah DobruckiJan 11, 2024 at 12:30 pm

    This article is amazing! I love this tribute to him and these interviews are just so fantastic. I really liked learning about his legacy and the impact he had here at Tahoma!