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Captain Tim Finley is riding in the Mongol Derby to raise awareness about the 22 veteran suicides that occur each day.
Posted: July 17, 2016
By Emma Fiander
Air Force captain Tim Finley, of Chapman, isn’t one to let life pass him by.
He also isn’t one for keeping quiet on issues that matter to him. Combine those traits and you get a man who is riding in the Mongol Derby to honor the 22 veterans who commit suicide every day.
On Aug. 4, Finley and approximately 40 others will start their race across 1,000 kilometers of Mongolian steppe. They will ride semi-wild horses, face bandits or packs of wild dogs, and rely solely on what they can carry and the hospitality of rural Mongolians to see them through the 10-day course.
It is the world’s most grueling horse race...
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