For the fifth year, ADM President Daniel A. ‘Danny’ Bobrow, competed in The Frozen Otter Ultra Trek, arguably the toughest one day endurance race in the U.S.
To officially finish, racers must cover the entire stretch of the Ice Age Trail, located in the Northern Unit of Wisconsin’s Kettle Moraine Forest, unassisted, on foot, with all food and emergency gear, within 24 hours or less.
The course is 64 miles long and covers hilly, uneven terrain.
Bobrow completed the race in just under 23 hours.
“I never felt so good to be done with anything.” said a sore and exhausted Bobrow.
While far from the fastest finisher, Bobrow did manage to become the second oldest individual ever to complete the race.