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SLC runner traces Utes, BYU logos on metropolis streets


SALT LAKE CITY — Forward of Saturday’s “Holy Conflict” rivalry soccer recreation between Utah and BYU, a neighborhood runner actually honored each groups on the streets of Salt Lake Metropolis.

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Bryant Heath, who has run each avenue in Salt Lake Metropolis, Millcreek and South Salt Lake, overrated the large recreation by tracing logos of the Cougars and Utes in separate jogs.

Heath left his mark in The Avenues, with the “Y” emblem taking him on a five-mile run, whereas the Utes “U” was a mere dash at 3.5 miles.

After transferring to Salt Lake Metropolis from Texas 11 years in the past, Heath has documented what he sees whereas exercising on his Twitter feed. He instructed FOX 13 that it took 150 runs and round 1,500 miles to finish the whole avenue runs of native areas.


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