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Taking the Low Road

DRY RUN In 1993, the Amman Road Runners, a band of Jordanians and expats with a masochistic love of endurance running, devised the ultimate challenge: a race to the lowest point on earth. The 50-km Dead Sea Ultra Marathon begins at an elevation of 900 m and plunges through the desert to finish 400 m below sea level at the Dead Sea. Nearly 600 hardy souls are expected to compete in this year's run on Oct. 18. This official website has all the latest details as well as online registration for those...

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