University of Northern Iowa student attempts record run across state
Give a friendly wave if you see Paul Noble on the run Monday.
What's happening: The University of Northern Iowa sophomore and ultra-marathon runner is using his spring break to try to break the fastest known time across the state of Iowa.
Details: Noble began the run Sunday near Muscatine, and the route follows along much of Iowa Highway 92.
- Noble will run about 17 hours a day. He expects to end his second day in Indianola Monday.
The intrigue: Noble's friend, Taylor Ross, currently holds the record for the route. The time Noble has to beat? 4 days, 15 hours, 32 minutes and 41 seconds.
- Ross will be cheering Noble on and plans to join him for a section of the run, Tom Noble, Paul's dad, told Axios.
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