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Roads were made for journeys...
I think they have absolutely no place in a race. C'mon, if people want to train with it, OK. But if they're running a race, they should get a freakin' baby sitter. If they can race with a stroller then I should be able to run with my dogs, but I won't because it's inconsiderate. OTOH, in the case of Team Hoyt, I think that's certainly a special case, and they know what they're doing.
hannah and i will be doing a 5k walk next weekend. would it be okay (provided we hung out in the back) to take it easy and leisurely walk, or is it just understood that if you are taking part in an event, that you actually put forth an effort to "compete"?
What do you think law lady--is there litigation potential in this case?