21 Campaigns That Should Snare Lions at CannesAdweek's favorites from Leo Burnett's predictions reel
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Giving Usain Bolt an unlikely run for his money during the 2012 Olympics was Nathan Sorrell, a 230-pound 12-year-old from London, Ohio. His painful jog along a country road at dawn signified the greatness in all of us, as we fight our own demons far from the bright lights of the stadium.
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