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MIDWAY — Ten years ago, Utah welcomed the world for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games. But for the past week, Soldier Hollow has welcomed some unique athletes to the same cross-country skiing venue where Olympic athletes earned their medals.
The 37th annual Ski for Light International Week provides an opportunity for dozens of visually or mobility impaired skiers to navigate the trails near Midway. It wraps up on Saturday with a 10K race.
KSL News photojournalist Jen Pilgreen joined the group Thursday. Click on the video above to view her story.