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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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Riding The High From Saturday

Saturday was one of the most wonderful days of my life. I feel so fortunate to end the racing year on such a high note. I had a great race, but honestly what made the entire experience so mind blowing was that I got to share the day with so many wonderful and inspiring people, many of whom were achieving their own dreams and goals. 1,171 more words


Yet Another Double Race Re-Cap

My cross-country season is coming to an end and with it I anticipate that the doubling up of race re-caps will also be on hold, until next year at least.  962 more words

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Race Recap(s): Ragnar Ultra and Oakland Hills Trail Half Marathon

I will never get to type the following sentence again so please excuse my over-the-top enthusiasm. I participated in two races over the past two weekends and freaking won both of them!!! 1,273 more words

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On Running my First Cross-County Race in 10 Years

I haven’t raced anything shorter than a half marathon in 10 years. (I don’t really count the Men’s Health Urbanalthalon last fall because a) there are obstacles and b) I was bribed with promises of ice cream and beer to take a free entry 2 days before the race.) So when I decided to dust off my college xc spikes (literally – they have been in my parents house for 10 years waiting for their return to glory) and line up with my elbows out at Lindley Meadow on Sunday for a 4 mile “sprint”, I questioned my sanity. 611 more words

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