A little over a week ago, I turned 31. I didn’t really celebrate my birthday this year. John and I went out to dinner the night before and then, my birthday morning he left to go teach a course at Woods Hole for a week and I spent most of the day doing weekend-type errands/chores (and … More CELEBRATION! (and another giveaway!)
Since last November, I have raced 3 ultramarathons (and have not really reported back about any of them – except for this recent interview with Level Renner): JFK 50 mile Caumsett 50k (USATF 50k Road Championship) Lake Sonoma 50 mile I didn’t really plan these out ahead of time like many of the more experienced … More Ultra-experience: A comparison
Full Level Renner recap here I did my third mountain race of the USATF-NE Mountain Series this past Sunday at Pack Monadnock. As has been my experience with the previous two races, this one was tough! (Like middle-school cross-country race tough). The Pack course was 10 miles, gaining about 2000+ feet from start to finish. … More Level Renner Interview
Sorry for the delay! It took forever to write all your names down on these tiny slips of paper! The winner of a fresh new pair of Torin 2.0s is…. Congrats Pennie! …and thanks to all who participated! – new blog post (and giveaway) coming soon!
Hi Everyone! It’s been awhile since I’ve updated, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy. In fact, since my last post – I’ve run two big races (and some smaller races): The USATF 50k Championship in Caumsett Park, in (on?) Long Island, 1st place, 3:23.29 Lake Sonoma 50 mile, 14th place, 8:48 Lake Sonoma … More A long overdue update and a giveaway!!!
If you live in the Boston area, I don’t need to tell you about the snow. I’m also assuming that if you’re from elsewhere, you’ve at least heard about the record amount of it that we have (and are continuing to get). In general, I like a snowy winter. If I’m going to live in … More Snow!
Many of you who interact with me personally have probably heard me talk about my experience at the JFK 50 Miler this past November. If you have, you have probably heard me tell the story of how 15 minutes before the start of the race, I was in the back hallway of the Boonsboro school … More Announcements!