Seana Hogan, 56, of Valley Springs rides past New Hogan Lake during a training ride on May 28. Hogan will race in RAAM – Race Across America – for the ninth time this year. She’s a record holder and maintains many records that have beaten men’s records as well. She won her first RAAM in 1992.
Seana Hogan, 56, of Valley Springs rides past New Hogan Lake during a training ride on May 28. Hogan will race in RAAM – Race Across America – for the ninth time this year. She’s a record holder and maintains many records that have beaten men’s records as well. She won her first RAAM in 1992. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Seana Hogan, 56, of Valley Springs rides past New Hogan Lake during a training ride on May 28. Hogan will race in RAAM – Race Across America – for the ninth time this year. She’s a record holder and maintains many records that have beaten men’s records as well. She won her first RAAM in 1992. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

Seana Hogan racing across America

June 17, 2015 5:00 PM

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