In it for the long run

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In it for the long run

Mancos Project aims at high performance at high altitude
Ryan McGuire was the first runner to arrive at the High Altitude Training Center north of Mancos. He is a kindergarten teacher in Pennsylvania and is dedicating the summer to improving his marathon time in hopes of qualifying for the 2016 Olympic trials.
The Mancos Project’s High Altitude Training Center near Summit Reservoir is within running distance of dozens of roads and trails. From left are Katherine Ross, Patrick Hager, Tyler Mueller, Jimmy Miller, Tim McConnell and Ben Hahn.
Runners training at the High Altitude Training Center each have their own T-shirt with The Mancos Project logo.
At 24 years old, Ben Hahn is president and founder of The Mancos Project. He pauses on the steps of the training center’s “Chuck House” before heading out for a run.

In it for the long run

Ryan McGuire was the first runner to arrive at the High Altitude Training Center north of Mancos. He is a kindergarten teacher in Pennsylvania and is dedicating the summer to improving his marathon time in hopes of qualifying for the 2016 Olympic trials.
The Mancos Project’s High Altitude Training Center near Summit Reservoir is within running distance of dozens of roads and trails. From left are Katherine Ross, Patrick Hager, Tyler Mueller, Jimmy Miller, Tim McConnell and Ben Hahn.
Runners training at the High Altitude Training Center each have their own T-shirt with The Mancos Project logo.
At 24 years old, Ben Hahn is president and founder of The Mancos Project. He pauses on the steps of the training center’s “Chuck House” before heading out for a run.
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