Eco Challenge Tests Participants’ Mettle


Participants in the 6th annual Kodiak Eco-Challenge gather at Nemetz Park Saturday prior to the start of the race. It took more than 10 hours for the winning team to finish. (Photo courtesy Pam Foreman).


Pam Foreman/Special to KMXT

Ten hours, 19 minutes and four seconds. That was the winning time at the sixth annual Kodiak Eco-Challenge held this weekend. Ten four-person teams participated in the event on Saturday, which turned out to be even more challenging than expected. KMXT volunteer Pam Foreman has more.

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