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Virginia Ten-Miler

Each year over 1,200 people complete the most challenging 10-mile course in the country - the last mile and a half is uphill - in the streets of Lynchburg, dubbed "Hill City." World-class runners, including marathon winners and Olympic medalists, run alongside local citizens in this nationally and internationally acclaimed event. With support from 700 volunteers, the race raises funds for non-profit organizations and college scholarships. It was first held in 1974.

Originally submitted by: Bob Goodlatte, Representative (6th District).



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