Scotland Run racers take it to the kilt in New York
NEW YORK -- It was around the sixth kilometer at the Scotland Run 10K in Central Park on Sunday when Mike Hill began to hear crickets.
But they weren't crickets.
It was the sound of his upper legs chafing, and he will forever refer to the experience as "kilt thighs."
Hill, 43, was one of the many runners racing along the outer loop in a kilt, in a show of tartan solidarity during New York's Tartan Week festivities -- but he had failed to take the necessary ...
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