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    Participants at the Brahm Running Camp ran across the dam at the Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City on Tuesday. The running camp is organized by Terry Brahm of Indianapolis and his wife, Nina. Terry is a 1981 Heritage Hills High School graduate who competed for the U.S. Olympic team in 1988 in the 5,000 meters. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Connie Brahm of Indianapolis, 16, left, Natalie Graber of Daviess County, 13, Elizabeth Miller of Ferdinand, 13, Nikki Welch of Lincoln City, 17, and Emma Weissbeck of Schererville, 15, competed in a tug-of-war competition during the Brahm Running Camp at Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City on Tuesday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Sienna Crews of Lincoln City, 17, tie-dyed a shirt during a break from competitions at the Brahm Running Camp at Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City on Tuesday. Crews, who is a member of the Heritage Hills High School cross country and track teams, said she has gone to the camp for several years and attributed her passion for running to attending the camp. She hopes to someday become a counselor at the camp. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Sienna Crews of Lincoln City, 17, left, decorated her district's flag with teammates Toni Waddell of Mount Vernon, 16, Tara Cassidy of Jasper, 14, and Sarah Pund of Ferdinand, 14, during a break at the 16th annual Brahm Running Camp at Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City on Tuesday. This year the camp is modeled after "The Hunger Games," in which teams — or districts — compete against each other for points. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Chris Brake of Jasper 15, center looked for an open teammate while competing in a game of ultimate Frisbee during the Brahm Running Camp at Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City on Tuesday. Camp organizer Nina Brahm said runners love ultimate Frisbee because it is a fun and unique way to run for a prolonged period of time. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Nikki Welch of Lincoln City, 17, left, Amanda Herrmanns of Evansville, 16, Chrissi Ridge of Fort Branch, 17, Addie Terry of Tell City, 17, Tori Payne of Tell City, 17, and Kylie Hasenour of Haubstadt, 16, rested in the girls cabin between activities during the Brahm Running Camp at Lincoln State Park in Lincoln City on Tuesday. Participants in the camp came from throughout Indiana and the United States, including as far away as New Jersey. Rachel Mummey/The Herald