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The relay team, dubbed Team Stupid Cancer, will be raising money to support Stupid Cancer, a non-profit devoted to helping young adults with cancer. Over the course of the two-day event they will run over 200 miles combined through the steep terrain of the Rockies and White River National Forest. The teams are made up of 6-8 people. Each runner will cover anywhere from 15-33 miles during the relay. I actually ran a half-marathon in Yellowstone last June, and so I think it is going to be similar. I used to go to Camp Cheley by Estes Park for a month at a time when I was a kid, so hiking was always my focus and I am really familiar with that Rocky Mountain terrain, Duncan said. Duncan is a member of the Greater Omaha Area Trail Runners club and great post to read is undaunted by the proposition of long distance running through mountain terrain. It is going to be beautiful and amazing, and it will just be awesome trail running. There will definitely be some technical stuff but I started running at Calvin Crest and I didnt realize how technical Calvin Crest is, so it set me up really well for trail running, she said. If I only do the 14 miles it is not that big of a deal, like a normal Saturday. The two-day race features three different loops that vary in difficulty, and lead back to Ragnar Village where the teams set up camp and sleep in tents under the stars. I am team captain of a Market to Market team so I am familiar with team relay races, but this one is interesting because unlike Market to Market you camp with your team and everybody does a loop, Duncan said.

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