Jimmy Dean Freeman

running coach and two-time Badwater finisher

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Running coach and two-time Badwater finisher.

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The “Badwater 135” ultra-marathon begins Monday night at the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere -- Badwater Basin in Death Valley, some 280 feet below sea level.

What motivates some people to run a 135-mile race from Death Valley to the Whitney Portal

The “Badwater 135” ultra-marathon begins Monday night at the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere -- Badwater Basin in Death Valley, some 280 feet below sea level.

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