“24: The Hard Way” prepares for grueling full-day race
OKLAHOMA CITY – How would you like to run without stopping for 24 hours?
It may boggle your brain but by doing just that, you could rack up well over 100 miles.
It’s a race called “24: The Hard Way,” which takes place at Bluff Creek Park on Saturday, Oct. 26.
Carol Swanson, last year’s female winner, and Chisholm Dupree, a race organizer, stopped by our studios to discuss the upcoming event and the grueling task many runners will face as they try and reach the 24 hour mark.
For more information, visit the event’s website.
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