Durango High School cross country part of the Hardrock 100 family

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Durango High School cross country part of the Hardrock 100 family

Team gets permanent Putnam aid station
By volunteering to work an aid station, Durango High School running athletes get an up-close look at some of the world’s best athletes, such as two-time defending women’s Hardrock 100 champion Anna Frost.
Anywhere from 10 to 16 Durango High School cross country team members will volunteer at the Hardrock 100 at the Putnam aid station this year. Along with head coach David McMillan and a few parents, the group makes sure runners have the support they need before the final five miles into Silverton.
Durango High School athletes such as Abby Scott, pink top, will work more than three days to man an aid station at Mile 95 of this year’s Hardrock 100.
After working Cunningham Gulch aid station last year, the Durango High School cross country team will volunteer at the Putnam aid station at 94.7 miles into the 100 mile Hardrock 100.
Durango High School track and cross country coach David McMillan, pictured in the tent, has paired his team with the Hardrock Hundred Endurance Race to volunteer at an aid station each of the last four years.

Durango High School cross country part of the Hardrock 100 family

By volunteering to work an aid station, Durango High School running athletes get an up-close look at some of the world’s best athletes, such as two-time defending women’s Hardrock 100 champion Anna Frost.
Anywhere from 10 to 16 Durango High School cross country team members will volunteer at the Hardrock 100 at the Putnam aid station this year. Along with head coach David McMillan and a few parents, the group makes sure runners have the support they need before the final five miles into Silverton.
Durango High School athletes such as Abby Scott, pink top, will work more than three days to man an aid station at Mile 95 of this year’s Hardrock 100.
After working Cunningham Gulch aid station last year, the Durango High School cross country team will volunteer at the Putnam aid station at 94.7 miles into the 100 mile Hardrock 100.
Durango High School track and cross country coach David McMillan, pictured in the tent, has paired his team with the Hardrock Hundred Endurance Race to volunteer at an aid station each of the last four years.
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