I won’t have a chance to write a formal race report for a few days, but I did want to share some thoughts. I managed to finish in 23:39, which beat my previous 100 mile PR by about four hours. I have a ton of people to thank:
Shelly: My crew chief and the closer for pacing duties. Shelly is the reason I was able to do this in the first place.
Jeremiah Cataldo: Paced me for about thirty […]
I haven’t had too much time to write since arriving in Reno and the Olympic Village here in Squaw Valley… so this is my attempt at a brief update.
We had some interesting travel adventures. Our youngest son Ty (2) developed a case of spontaneous vomiting which required us to find an emergency babysitter at 12 am Tuesday morning. Luckily our niece Stephanie came to the rescue!
Shelly and I barely caught our […]
I am experiencing a bit of a runner identity crisis. For those of you that read Shelly’s blog, yes, I stole was inspired by her posting on the same topic. I was also inspired by Kate Kift, Christian Peterson, and Josh Sutcliffe.
Here’s the problem- I no longer seem to care about the results of the races I run. Here’s a brief rundown of the races I’ve run since the Burning River 100 […]
My friend Shelley Viggiano recently blogged about qualifying for the Boston Marathon. By the way- check out her blog, she’s an awesome writer! It’s a goal many of us runners have. Adding a “BQ” to your accomplishments is a badge we wear with pride. It’s tough to do. If I were to qualify this year, I would need to run a 3:10. Given my aversion to speedwork and inherent laziness, it’s not happening. After next year, I will […]