May 6, 2010

Endurance athletes often share, what they call, “war stories.” They’re referring to tough training or racing that they somehow got through. But if ultra runner Tony Clark of Wichita, Kansas says he has a war story to share with you he may be talking about the real deal—true battle. Clark is a former Marine Sergeant who fought in Afghanistan and has a heart for the guys and gals who have returned from war permanently scarred or disabled. That’s why he’s about to embark on Tony’s 224-Mile Trot Honoring Their Sacrifice. We hear about the effort today on Endurance Planet.

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