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Greg Neft, KSL NewsradioThe Ragnar Relay Wasatch Back gets under way tomorrow, and one runner will face a special challenge.
A group of Zena Warrior Princesses will hit the pavement in the 24-hour relay. Tracey Skaden says, "It's the boots that people comment on. They say, ‘are you really running in those boots?'"
Skaden will be in boots and all, but she'll be leading a true warrior. "I was in a rollover, car accident. My car rolled five times. And I got pretty banged up. It took my eyesight and paralyzed my left arm," says Cindee Stanley.
She says the race helps her a lot. She says it makes her feel free.
Both runners say their goal is to finish the relay; after all, that's what Zena would do.