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Hamster Endurance Run: A test of willpower, a testament to community

Nearly 100 runners race Lake Padden loop for 6, 12, 24 or 32 hours

Lit by starlight and headlamps, Natalie Fuller, right, runs with a pacer runner at night.
Lit by starlight and headlamps, Natalie Fuller, right, runs with a pacer runner in the Hamster Endurance Run at Lake Padden on Aug. 13. Runners could choose from a six-, 12-, 24- or 32-hour race loop starting Aug. 13 and ending the afternoon of Aug. 14. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Cassidy Hettesheimer Staff Reporter
Normally, Lake Padden Park closes at 10 p.m., but on Saturday night, just shy of midnight, small dot
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