Runners use Rim Rock Marathon as an escape from everyday life

Runners chug uphill after the east tunnel Saturday during the Rim Rock Marathon over Colorado National Monument. The event continues the 19-year tradition of a run over the monument, finishing with a 2,100-foot descent to the James M. Robb Colorado River State Park in Fruita.



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Runners chug uphill after the east tunnel Saturday during the Rim Rock Marathon over Colorado National Monument. The event continues the 19-year tradition of a run over the monument, finishing with a 2,100-foot descent to the James M. Robb Colorado River State Park in Fruita.

Running gives Zachary Martin a much-needed brain break. The 23-year-old law student at the University of Colorado was the first runner to reach Cold Shivers Point and the first individual…




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