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Colorado man runs 43 marathons at national parks in a year

Denver Post Sunday, 11 June 2017
Most runners don't run more than a handful of marathons a year. Bill Sycalik has run 43 since last June — all at national parks — and he's still going.
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News video: Man Severely Burned In Yellowstone Spring

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A 21-year-old man from North Carolina has suffered severe burns after he fell into a hot spring at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The man was with seven other people when he was burned in the Lower Geyser Basin, north of the Old Faithful area. The man worked for Colorado-based Xanterra Parks...

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