The football icon pays tribute to his father with a marathon

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Now his legs will take him around a marathon for the first time.

“I’m just as excited as I was before football matches,” he says.

Kaka, who is now 40 years old, will run the Berlin Marathon on Sunday to pay tribute to his father. Kaka’s father was hospitalized for 45 days after contracting covid-19.

“Luckily, he is with us today,” he says.

Kaka’s brother and father will also attend.

— He (the father) will not run but only walk. But we wanted him on this family experience, says Kaka.

The Berlin Marathon is one of the world’s largest marathons and at its peak had around 44,000 runners three years ago.

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