>Look What I Can Do!>Baddawg- who da man?
This is a link to a very well done on-line local bi-monthly newsletter dedicated to the Northeast running scene. If you scroll down to page 19 there is a short profile outlining one Mister EJ Hrynowski's accomplishments this year. A well deserved kudo for the Dawg.
Milktruck say relentless
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" ..that corner has narrowed to a half-nekkid egyptian wandering about in the cold new jersey nighttime."~ R2E
Will Crew for Beer
2013 Goal: HM < 1:45:00
Props to the 'dawg! I'm having a hard time picking which of these 2012 times is most impressive to me.
5k – 17:025 miles – 28:5813.1 – 79:1830k – 2:00.2426.2 – 2:50.04
Some nice recognition for an RA Hall of Famer.
'07: 1324.5 | '08: 1561 | '09: 1810.9 run ~ 208.7 bike | '10: 1,000.3 run ~ 3513.5 bike | '11: 710.3 run ~ 4157.9 bike '12: 659.9 run ~ 3365.6 bike (100% benched by ortho last 4.5 weeks while in long-arm cast)
• DON'T BREAK ANYTHING!!!
• get within 5#s of 130#s (and stay there, gotdammit!)
• 1st olympic distance duathlon
• 1st Iceman Cometh mtn bike race
• Half Fanatic
• punch Type 1 in the junk
Indeed! Some fantastic running this year for the Dawg!
Big, hairy, unrealistic goals: 2:39:59, 15:59, 9:59, 4:39. Mara PR in Boston would be nice, too.
Nice write up about the Dawg.....
I'm also lucky enough to have come across him at a few races and hes a really easy going friendly guy - kind of hard to miss in a crowd with that long silver hair blowing in the wind when he runs.....
Champions are made when no one is watching
"Run lots, mostly easy..." where have I heard that before?
2013 Valley Runner of the Year Series: Feb 16 5K (4 points out of 10) ... Mar 2 10K (20/30)... Mar 16 4Mi (21/30) ... Apr 6 10K (DNS) ... Apr 21 2Mi (5/10) ... May 11 5Mi (where the fuck are the results?)... Jun 8 1Mi ... Jun 16 6Mi ... Sep 28 10K ... Oct 5 5K ...Oct 12 5Mi ... Oct 20 5K
BadDawg (or EJ) is the man. When I first started racing in 07 we were pretty evenly matched. He used to blow by me in the run portion of his race, then I would catch up in the walk portion of his race. The next year we raced a 10 race series in the same AG. I beat him by a whisker but that was because he ran Boston two days before race 8 or 9, which crushed his legs for two weeks, and I managed to out point him. Now, he is such an amazing runner that I am in awe of his accomplishments.
He is also a very good guy.
BD is the man, glad to see he is getting some recognition. I'm still bummed I didn't get to drink with him after Hartford a couple of years ago cause I forgot my goddamn ID.
Have you qualified for Boston? I want to interview you!
From reading the link about Baddawg I get the sense that this type of racing has helped him get as good as he is. I'm not the runner BD is but my running took a major turn for the better once I started competing on my club's XC and Roadrace Grand Prix teams. Every race is not a PR but it sure is fun racing your rivals!
We are in awe of the Dawg over here in the UK too! His fame extends far and wide!
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