Pleasant Prairie man runs his own 'Boston Marathon' at home

NOW: Pleasant Prairie man runs his own ’Boston Marathon’ at home

PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A Kenosha County man with a will to run didn't let the postponement of the Boston Marathon keep him from taking part in the springtime tradition.  Instead of stepping off at the Hopkinton Starter Statue and running through Ashland State Park and past the Framingham Train Station of Beantown, this marathon man competed in a solitary but most meaningful race through the countryside of America’s Dairyland.

On CBS 58 Sunday Morning, Shirley Descorbeth caught up with Joe Zons as he raced through his Pleasant Prairie neighborhood.

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