Four hundred runners recently received some good news: They've been randomly selected to run across the Mackinac Bridge on Monday.
The annual Labor Day crossing draws tens of thousands of walkers.
But a select 400 who entered an online lottery have been tapped to jog across the span that connects Michigan's Upper and Lower peninsulas.
Michigan's governor has led the walk since 1958, a precedent set by G. Mennen ``Soapy'' Williams shortly after the bridge opened.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm turned the holiday tradition on its head early in her tenure, adding the running element.
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