"I started running long distance because of Every Mother Counts – distance is a big barrier for women trying to access healthcare around the world so it wasn’t simply to raise awareness or raise funds, but also because there’s such a direct connection to what we’re trying to do in terms of educating the public and trying to end preventable maternal death. So when I go out and run to train or race, that’s top of my mind. Running, even if you’re a professional, is difficult because there are so many factors – like the weather, how you slept, what you ate, how your body’s doing. Every race, like every birth, is completely different and you don’t know what you’re going to get." Read the full interview with Turlington-Burns here.