Larry Orwin, of Russell, is training to run 149.3 miles in 24 hours to break a 24-hour world record for the 60-to-64 age group.

Larry Orwin, of Russell, has set a goal to break the world record for 24-hour running on a track for the 60-64 age group. He must run 149.3 miles in 24 hours.

Last year, Mr. Orwin far surpassed his goal to raise $135,000 for Breakthrough Schools in running the Badwater Ultramarathon 135, a 48-hour foot trace in Lone Pine, California, which calls itself the world’s toughest.

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