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"Able to function despite imminent catastrophe"
"To obtain the air that angels breathe you must come to Tahoe"--Mark Twain
"The most common question from potential entrants is 'I do not know if I can do this' to which I usually answer, 'that's the whole point'.--Paul Charteris, Tarawera Ultramarathon RD.
√ Tahoe Rim Trail 100M 19/20 July 2014
Georgia Death Race 14 March 2015
Boston Marathon 20 April 2015
Needs more cowbell!
charity run/walks are TOUGH, aren't they? i kinda wish an etiquette card came w/ every walker bib/registration. nothing against the walkers themselves, as they probably don't guess the frustration of being a runner caught behind walkers, but i do wish these points were more commonly shared before races begin.
• Do some dus...and some CX...and some tandem gravel...and some podiums...
• 130#s (or less)
7. Sprinting to the finish line is fine. Passing another runner in the finishing chute is not.
OK, good list. But what does "the finishing chute" in the following sentence mean? I'm Dutch and have difficulties translating that.
When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
how do you properly slow down during a race? also, i know that i will be pretty toasty during my upcoming run...is it okay to take a cup of water (assuming they have stations set up for an 8k) to douse on my head?
would it be okay to take 2 cups (one for drinking, one for splashing on) or would that just be greedy?
It is the ropes that attempt to keep people in a single file line after they cross the finish line. I don't think it's a big deal in a chip-timed race, but it affects order of finish in non-chip-timed races and is more than rude.
Nah, you can take 2--you wouldn't be the first.