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PHOTOS: Run Rabbit Run

More than 100 competitors take off up Mount Werner to begin the 100-mile hare race of Run Rabbit Run.
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Julien Chorier, of France, is greeted by race co-founder Fred Abramowitz at the finish line of Run Rabbit Run on Saturday morning.
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Anthony Costales leads the pack up Mount Werner at the beginning of the 100-mile hare race of Run Rabbit Run. The Salt Lake City resident ended the race in second.
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Runners begin the 100-mile hare race of Run Rabbit Run at the base of Mount Werner on Friday afternoon.
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Rachel Bilber-Brewer, of Golden, is greeted at the finish line of Run Rabbit Run on Saturday.
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Steamboat Springs resident Devon Olson makes his way up the Thunderhead Trail at the beginning of the 100-mile hare race of Run Rabbit Run.
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Runners weave up the Thunderhead Trail at the beginning of the 100-mile hare race of Run Rabbit Run.
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Alex Walker, of Erie, hobbles across the finish line of Run Rabbit Run on Saturday morning. He finished first in the male 11-19 division.
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Jeff Mogavero, of Missoula, Mont., got to the front of the pack at the beginning of the 100-mile hare race of Run Rabbit Run. He finished third.
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Runners work their way up Mount Werner at the beginning of the 100-mile hare race of Run Rabbit Run.
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Allen Currano, of New Mexico, is the first tortoise or citizen runner to cross the finish line of Run Rabbit Run on Saturday morning.
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