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A Philosophical Guest Blog

When Paddy sent me the elite entry instructions for OCC back in November and suggested we sign up I thought he was crazy. Then I did the math, realized I would get guaranteed elite entry and said “fuck it”. 1,479 more words

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Race Report: The Boston Marathon

Except for a few amazingly strong runners, it seems like nobody had the day they were hoping for in Boston on Monday, but I know I have never enjoyed not hitting an A goal more in my life and the smiles plastered on the faces of the runners around me as I cruised down Boylston Street would indicate that I’m not the only one. 1,024 more words

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Way Too Cool 50K Race Report: The Anatomy of A Pain Cave Blow Up

I have very mixed feelings about the Way Too Cool 50k this past weekend. On one hand, it’s an excellently organized and executed race with a ridiculous amount of local support and a wonderful atmosphere. 1,691 more words

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Race Report: Inside Trail Racing Lake Chabot 30k

Either the fine people at Inside Trail Racing manage to schedule perfect tune-up races 2 weeks before the area’s biggest ultras, or I am just one lucky girl. 827 more words

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2015 Year in Review

A lot went down in 2015. I moved, I switched to my dream job, I lost a friend, I helped my brother recover from a terrible injury, I traveled to a new country, I made lots of new friends and I did a whole bunch of running. 859 more words

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Sunrise 6K Race Report: How Bad Do You Want It?

This morning I participated in the semi-annual November Project Sunrise 6K race. Not to be confused with the Victoria’s Secret semi-annual sale. Totally different animal, although there is arguably more skin on display at the Sunrise 6k.   467 more words

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TNF 50K Race Report: The Nitty Gritty

Since I got the gush-fest out of my system earlier this week, I figured it was time to get down to brass tax. The majority of this race report will be pretty detailed because I want to record what worked and what didn’t for myself to help plan for future races, so feel free to stop reading whenever you get bored. 2,345 more words

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