Jul 9, 2007

what would you look like after running 100 miles?

Larry Gassen is a photographer who was invited to shoot photographs of people who had just completed the Western States Endurance 100-mile endurance Run.

It is the most famous 100-mile race in the country, and perhaps the world.

The course features 18,000 feet of elevation gain, and 23,000 feet of elevation loss.

There is a 30-hour time limit. The course record is just over 15½ hours.

View the entire gallery here.

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