24 Dec '16, 5pm

Jordan Lesansee says he's learned to appreciate the simple things in life. Story by @MaryAlbl

Jordan Lesansee says he's learned to appreciate the simple things in life. Story by @MaryAlbl

Lesansee bridges two cultures through running Wings of America empowers Native runners to unite, thrive Editor's Note: This story about Albuquerque Academy's Jordan Lesansee is the first in a series about the Wings of America , an organization that offers opportunites for young Native American runners to compete and embrace their heritage By Mary Albl for DyeStat In New Mexico, one foot in front of the other, Jordan Lesansee runs with a greater purpose than many of his peers. The 17-year-old senior is not only representing Albuquerque Academy, but his entire Native American heritage. “Jordan is prideful,” Albuquerque Academy cross country and track coach Adam Kedge said with conviction. “He has one of the smoothest, softest strides I’ve ever seen. His feet, it almost appears like they don’t touch the ground.” Lesansee is Zuni and Jemez Pueblo, with ancestry from both tribe...

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