Ludivine from Elkmont, Alabama, had no idea that she would become known as Elkmont’s hero on that sunny day. She was drawn to the sound of the crowd as she was engaging in her daily routine, more specifically when her owner allowed her to go potty. When liberated, Ludivine typically only roams the area around the farm where she now resides. She walked towards the crowd as they got ready to start the race because today was a special day because the Elkmont Half Marathon was close by.
Before anyone realized she was there, Ludivine made her way to the starting line. Everyone started sprinting as soon as the race began, and she followed them while looking incredibly ecstatic. She most likely believes that she is playing with new buddies. Every mile on the track, the dog keeps pace with the leading pack. Even so, Ludivine stopped the race to chase after a rabbit. She occasionally veered off the path to yell at some cows and smell some roses she came upon. The most impulsive marathon runner I’ve ever met is Ludivine.
Ludivine nonetheless managed to complete the marathon in 1 hour, 32 minutes, and 56 seconds, placing seventh overall. In recognition of this inadvertent athlete’s strong performance and positive attitude, the organizers chose to present him with a medal. The race participants showered Ludivine with affection and attention. The event was dubbed “Half Hound” in honor of the dog Ludivine as a result of this perception.
Read “The Accidental Athlete” Ludivine accepted the award while sporting black eyes. Perhaps she wasn’t aware of the significance of what she done for the residents of Elkmont today. Ludivine made people in attendance at the race feel cute and energizing. She would still be recognized and admired by her owner for the expensive award even if she had left her job to travel to a location that was fairly far from her home. No one, in my opinion, can withstand her cuteness. She should be welcomed everywhere, too!