UltraRunning March 2017


Pete Kostelnick dodging obstacles in New York City as he raced the final few miles of his FKT across the US. He averaged over 72 miles per day for just over 42 days straight. Photo: Zandy Mangold

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  • Brazos Bend by Dan Bucci
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