The Humans of HOKA Project presented by HOKA and Fleet Feet showcases the resiliency of the human spirit. We invite you to join us on September 1, 2022 for the premiere of the latest film about real runners in real communities hard at work motivating themselves and the world around them.
RUNGRL: WELLNESS IS WEALTH
We live in a world that often elevates superficial values like money, beauty and status at the expense of physical and mental health. But what if we flipped the story, and instead valued “wellness as wealth?”
RUNGRL is doing just that. Through thoughtful content and events, they inspire the next generation of Black women to invest in themselves by creating the healthy, wealthy lives they deserve.
JONATHAN THRONE: KEYSTONE
After overcoming a life-threatening genetic disease, Jonathan Throne found his home in the trail running community. Today he works hard to stay healthy so he can pursue the major keystone in his life--running.
JUAN SANCHEZ: MISSING STEPS
After overcoming a rare degenerative condition that left him bedbound for three years, Juan Sanchez battled homelessness, acute injuries and unexpected personal tragedy. His love for music and a new running habit offered a way to complete his “missing steps.”
LATOYA SHAUNTAY SNELL: INSPIRE
What does it mean to inspire ourselves? Through the lens of sport and spoken word, the first film explores how leaning into one's authentic voice is integral to how we own our story and move through the world.