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Bellingham native leads USA women to gold in 100K ultramarathon

Courtney Olsen makes her mark in long-distance running

Bellingham's Courtney Olsen grabs a bottle of tea from team lead Lin Gentling while competing for the U.S. women in the International Association of Ultrarunners 100K World Championship in Bernau
Bellingham's Courtney Olsen grabs a bottle of tea from team lead Lin Gentling while competing for the U.S. women in the International Association of Ultrarunners 100K World Championship in Bernau (Photo courtesy of Austin Louden)
By Eric Trent News Producer
Fifty-five kilometers into the International Association of Ultrarunners (IAU) 100K World Championsh

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