Twenty-one people dead as extreme weather hit an ultramarathon in China

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Twenty-one people dead as extreme weather hit an ultramarathon in China” – below is their description.

    Twenty-one people were killed after hail, freezing rain and high winds hit runners taking part in a 100km (62-mile) cross-country mountain race in China.

    The extreme weather struck a high-altitude section of the race held in the scenic Yellow River Stone Forest near Baiyin city in northwestern Gansu province on Saturday afternoon.

    Among the dead were elite Chinese long-distance runners, local media reported.

    Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/05/23/20-runners-killed-sudden-disastrous-weather-hits-cross-country/

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