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Attention Race Directors (Read 908 times)


sugnim

    My favorite post-race goody is always a burger.  I'll sign up for any race with a good barbecue at the end.  That said, the 10K I did yesterday featured a bowl with the race logo on it for participants and that bowl was filled with your choice of chili or tomato soup following the race.

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      The weirdest post-race food I've ever encountered was one year at El Scorcho... a 50k that starts at midnight... meaning that most folks are finishing at 4-6a.

       

      Whereupon we were treated to pasta and sauce.

       

      I can think of about 1,000 things I'd rather have than pasta at 5a.  Especially after being up all night.

       

      (the next year we had yummy brefass burritos)

       

      ((the following years, I remember it not being as good as burritos nor as weird as pasta))

       


      Dad of a real runner

        We have a HM here in the mountains of Western North Carolina that serves up home made potato soup after the race.  Yum!

        ben.talsma.1


          How about for all runners:

           

          - personalized long sleeve tech shirt

          - cotton shirt for those folks who are old school

          - second old school cotton shirt for those who suffered through the race the prior year

          - keepsake chip

          - silicone Silipint pint glass full of local craftbeer

          - unique wooden medal

          - personalized bib

          - Hatch showprint poster

           

          Speaking of unique wooden medals, there's a new trail race in Michigan that's giving away wooden finishers' medals and BRANDING them on-site.  You finish the race, they brand your medal for you (presumably not while you're wearing it).

           

          Check out The Hungerford Games

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            I'm gonna pass just because they called it the Hungerford Games.  Heh.

             


            HobbyJogger & HobbyRacer

              Did Trent type part of that and that guy with no log typed part in the quote from Trent? How do you know which is which?

              It's a 5k. It hurt like hell...then I tried to pick it up. The end.

                Attn. Beer!

                 

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