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Jan 14

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Running on Sugar – Pt.3 and The Next 100 Miles

Lessons Learned After a hard analysis of the events from my first 100-mile attempt, I have taken away some key lessons to apply next time: Hoka’s do not perform well in sugar sand. I will run in Altra Torins at the beginning of the race, and pack the Hokas in my drop bag for the […]

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Dec 13

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Running on Sugar – Pt.2

100 miles seems far, but it is merely a balance between planning and risk. You have to plan, prepare and break it down and then...you just have to do it. I was as prepared as I could be for that distance. I had trained and tapered. My race-day nutrition plan was modeled on successful plans I had used at the 50 mile distance. I had ...

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Dec 13

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Running on Sugar – Pt.1

It has been a couple of weeks since taking part in the Wild Sebastian 100. While two weeks is not a long time to write a micro-memoir or sorts, it is an eternity for recollecting details involving severe pain. The mind is good at supressing the experience of pain and the darkest of the details surrounding it. Since it is said ...

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