At Alltech’s annual global conference in Lexington in May 2014, Pearse Lyons presented a humanitarian award to Lopez Lomong, right. Lomong told of being kidnapped by soldiers in his native Sudan at age 6, escaping and after 10 years in a Kenyan refugee camp coming to America where he became a two-time Olympic runner and carried the U.S. flag at the 2008 Beijing Games.
At Alltech’s annual global conference in Lexington in May 2014, Pearse Lyons presented a humanitarian award to Lopez Lomong, right. Lomong told of being kidnapped by soldiers in his native Sudan at age 6, escaping and after 10 years in a Kenyan refugee camp coming to America where he became a two-time Olympic runner and carried the U.S. flag at the 2008 Beijing Games. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com
At Alltech’s annual global conference in Lexington in May 2014, Pearse Lyons presented a humanitarian award to Lopez Lomong, right. Lomong told of being kidnapped by soldiers in his native Sudan at age 6, escaping and after 10 years in a Kenyan refugee camp coming to America where he became a two-time Olympic runner and carried the U.S. flag at the 2008 Beijing Games. Tom Eblen teblen@herald-leader.com

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