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May 18, 2010

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With the French Quarter of New Orleans behind him and over 50 miles in front, former Marine sniper Brad Mckee faces a dark night of challenges in his quest to run 100 miles in support of his Disposable Heroes Project.

His body starting to protest and the rubber falling off his shoes, Mckee is forced to dig deep inside to find something to keep him moving.

Forty-four hours before starting his run, Mckee was leading a class through the Disposable Heroes WOD at CrossFit Hammond.

“Remember those guys you’re doing this workout for. It will help you go faster,” Mckee said to his athletes.

When the halfway point of the ultra-marathon brings wincing with every step, Mckee recalls his own words as he grinds his way toward the end of his journey.

The final installment will be released tomorrow.

23min 51sec

HD file size: 660 MB

SD wmv file size: 285 MB

SD mov file size: 257 MB

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Additional video: The Warrior Spirit by CrossFit Again Faster, published March 19, 2009.

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3 Comments on “The Disposable Heroes Project: Part 3”

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wrote …

as a former service meember i am proud of what you are doing.you are amazing.just got a t-shirt after watching parts 1 threw 3 and cant wait to see part 4 when you hit the finish line.you do all military proud

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Alex Kourkoumelis wrote …

100 miles... Whats next? 100 Miles of squat jumps? GPP coupled with CrossFits' renowned mental resilience gives us the ability to achieve the impossible. Add inspiration and you've got something truly remarkable.

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wrote …

Great videos. Very inspirational. Projects like this make me proud to be a part of this community and this country. Thanks Brad.

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