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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of Long Cane Ultramarathon (Read 57 times)

ultrarunner08


      Nice job! Sounds like you made the right choice in dropping to 50k, hope your knee gets better!


      Imminent Catastrophe

        Terri Hayes is awesome.

        "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


        old woman w/hobby

          steph  

           

          "Just stop fucking drinking too much and being fat.  Pretty simple.  Who the hell cares if you like beer.  

          We can't always do the things we like all the time."  --Candice

            Add my name to the list of Terri Hayes fans.   I've run Long Cane a couple of times, and it's always a blast with perfect volunteers.

            hbruns


              Adding this one to my to-do list, we have family in SC and we are in the area a lot. I hope your knee feels better!

              Chantilly75


                congratulations! Hope you feel better for the North Face 50.

                 "I got nowhere to go and all night to get there"  Styx

                 

                 

                 


                Consistently Slow

                  Add my name to the list of Terri Hayes fans.   I've run Long Cane a couple of times, and it's always a blast with perfect volunteers.

                  +1

                  Run until the trail runs out.

                  2200 miles ---2015

                  50miler 13:26:18

                  Race Less Train More

                   Pistol 100 ----01/03/15 27:46:58

                   The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff

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