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Phil Studt

These soggy soles belong to ultra-marathon runner Phil Studt.

This photo was taken just after he'd finished the 2012 GrimReaper Ultra 100.

It looks like he's developed a mild case of trench foot, which was a common condition during World War I.

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These soggy soles belong to ultra-marathon runner Phil Studt.

This photo was taken just after he'd finished the 2012 GrimReaper Ultra 100.

It looks like he's developed a mild case of trench foot, which was a common condition during World War I.

It occurs when the bottom of your feet are subjected to wet conditions for hours on end.

Long story short: ultra-marathoners are insane.

Photo Credit: Fat Feet

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