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SciPop Talks! Where Science Intersects Pop Culture: Running 100 Miles

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The Science (and Art) of Running 100 Miles

The Science (and Art) of Running 100 Miles

The Science and Art of Running 100 Miles image with two female runner with red tops and black crop pants and white sneakers running into the distance on a black road in a brown landscape and a beige sky


The Science (and Art) of Running 100 Miles

Speaker: Professor Angela Hodge, UNO

When: 7:00pm March 9, 2016

Location: Adele Hall Learning Commons

Description: Come join us to find out how (and quite frankly why) a human being runs 100 miles in under 30 hours (or even under 24 hours) without sleep or much rest? Surprisingly, it's not as difficult as it sounds if you understand the science (and art) behind this seemingly crazy sport.

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