Mexico, Chihuahua, Guachochi, July 17, 2010. A truly remarkable 100 kilometer "ultra-marathon" is held each year in Chihuahua's rugged Tarahumara country. Drawing hundreds of participants from all over the world to the scenic town of Guachochi, the course for this grueling endurance race takes runners in and then up out of the 1,830 meter deep "Barranca Sinforosa," part of Mexico's famous Copper Canyon area. More at MexicoCulturalCalendar.com
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