After running her first track race since 2013 at the Stanford Invitational last week, Kim Smith shared her remarkable journey through a series of setbacks that sidelined her from competition. Over the course of two years, the three-time Olympian for New Zealand underwent foot surgery to repair a ruptured tendon, gave birth to her first child, Violet, and later developed a life-threatening pulmonary embolism.

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