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Photos: Steamboat cyclists compete in Dirty Kanza endurance race in Kansas

Steamboat athletes competed in the 200-mile Dirty Kanza endurance race in Flint Hills region of east-central Kansas. Steamboat cyclists who competed in the race also included Graham Muir, Amy Charity, Hannah Bingham, Matt Charity, Brad Bingham, Kelly Boniface, Katie Lindquist, Brent Whittington, Jim Barker, Jeremiah Gantzer and Kellie Nelson. Top Steamboat finishers included Amy Charity who came in sixth place out of 183 women. Hannah Bingham came in ninth place.

Steamboat Springs resident Graham Muir competes in the 200-mile Dirty Kanza. Muir finished 228 out of 833 men.

Steamboat Springs resident Matt Charity competes in the 200-mile Dirty Kanza.

Anna Grace Christiansen, left, and Amy Charity pose for a photo after the Dirty Kanza endurance race. Photo courtesy of scottharaldson.com

Matt Charity poses for a photo after the Dirty Kanza endurance race. Photo courtesy of scottharaldson.com


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