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Mount Marathon Race: “The Scree”

By John Thain 4:35 PM June 28, 2014

Mountain runner Clint McCool has run the Mount Marathon Race 18 times, achieving ten top-ten finishes.  He knows every step of this mountain, and tells us the challenges behind each section.

In this episode, he tells us how to handle the loose rocks of “The Scree.”

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