Kalyca Zarich runs 100 miles for health care workers


Bruce Warren

Kalyca Zarich runs on the LOBO Trail at the start of her 100-mile fundraising run. "I'm smiling under the mask," Zarich said.

When COVID-19 cancelled the 100-mile run she had been training for, Kalyca Zarich decided to plan her own run, and benefit health care workers at the same time. Zarich, a furloughed manager and fitness coach at Orange Theory Fitness, and her boyfriend and one-man support crew, Logan Craven, live in south Longmont and often run and bike the trails in and around Niwot.

Zarich set out to run 100 miles in one day. She started her run at Niwot High School at 8 a.m. on May 8, setting out on the Niwot Loop Trail, heading to the LOBO Trail. She finished the grueling run just over 24 hours later, at...

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