CLEVELAND, Ohio — For the fourth straight year, Fox 8’s John Telich took on one of the largest and longest runs in the nation: the Burning River 100 Endurance Run.
The race kicked off Saturday morning. John said he made it 23 hours to mile 68 before losing power and missing the cutoff at mile 72.
The event attracts athletes from all over the country.
The course is comprised with 75 percent trails, and winds through the Cleveland MetroParks, Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Summit Metro Parks.
To learn more about the race, click here.
— john telich (@JohnTelich8) August 3, 2014
— john telich (@JohnTelich8) August 1, 2014