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March 3, 2014 1:05 PM

Ex-UK athlete to run from Lexington to Frankfort to support abuse victims

Josh Nadzam, a former University of Kentucky athlete, will run from Lexington to Frankfort on Thursday to raise awareness and support for proposed legislation to protect victims of intimate-partner abuse in dating relationships.

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