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Posted: Monday, October 7, 2013 1:00 pm

Pat Caffrey’s years of running long races of 50 miles or more — called “ultras” in the running community — have helped shape his ability to tackle another tough assignment. 

Caffrey is directing his 32nd Le Grizz 50-mile run on Saturday, despite the threat of having to cancel it altogether because of the federal government shutdown. Because the usual course that runs along Hungry Horse Reservoir is on a U.S. Forest Service road, Caffrey has always had to obtain a federal permit. Under the mandates of the current shutdown, he is not allowed to hold the race on the normal course. 

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