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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 if you like sports stories and being impressed." 
- Margaret Lyons, The New York Times

See her story here:

I learned that you can always handle more than you think you can. You always rise to the occasion when you’re faced with the fire.
— Sarah Brown 

"Run Mama Run" is a film series created for the espnW Film Fellowship, presented by Walmart. The five-episode digital series, introduced in Summer 2016, follows elite runner Sarah Brown, who was training to make the 2016 U.S. Olympic track team while pregnant.

Director Daniele Anastasion caught up with Sarah Brown and her husband/coach Darren Brown to learn about life and training after the Olympic trials.

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