Ultrarunner finishes Ice Age trek in Sturgeon Bay

Kissing a rock takes just a second, but finding "the" rock inside Potawatomi State Park Monday night took 21 days for an Illinois man.


Coree Aussem-Woltering became the fastest person to ever run The Ice Age Trail, covering the distance unofficially in 21 days, 13 hours, 35 minutes according to Run the Door.  He reached the Eastern Terminus of the trail, which is marked by a rock inside Potawatomi State Park, Covering about 56 miles a day over the course of three weeks, Aussem-Woltering finished his journey as the sun set across the park. His run raised thousands of dollars for Feeding America.


Photo from Coree Aussem-Woltering's Facebook page



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