Barefoot Runners Society
New Zealand (Zeeland)
By Tim Soekkha & Mark Blonk
At the start I ran into Tim. After a short chat we went to the start area.
We took our place at times 3:30 and 4:00. Of course this was way too fast but as Tim said we might get a good going and wouldn't get stuck. Indeed, compared to last year, it was a far better start.
Together we ran a in smooth pace out of Burg Haamstede and into the woods. When I'm in Zeeland I train a lot in this area. After the woords we climbed to the beach. Here I felt my knee for the first time but it was not bothersome. Off the beach we ran into the first food/drink station....
TAH-DAH! The BRS is FIVE Years Old Today!
Happy Birthday to us! Happy Birthday to us! Haaaaapy Birthday Dear BRS! Happy Birthday to us!
And many more!!!!
2014 Des Plaines River Trail Races 50 Mile
I blame it all on St John the Gambler and Zapmamak. They deftly combine "talented" with "highly trained professional" to compose compelling race reports that inspire me to do mildly abnormal things. If you're looking for a quality story, I urge you to seek out their blogs. Here, I will try to create a poor imitation for your scorning pleasure.
Over the last two and a quarter years, I have gone from "my shoes wore out, so now I just run around (metaphorically) barefoot" to (two months later) "I can't sleep from jetlag, so I'm going to run around (literally) barefoot in the middle of the night until I get tired" to (a few months later) "how about the marathon that runs in front of my...
RW Festival 10K
I ran a part of the bid deal race event of the neighborhood yesterday morning. The Festival is a 5k, 10k, and Half Marathon run in Bethlehem, PA. It's set up to let people so inclined to run all three races as a "hat trick." I chose to run only the 10K, partly because I don't want to run three races in one weekend and partly because the price tag of multiple races is higher than I care to pay.
The weather was gorgeous, about 50F with light clouds and little breeze. The course of the race wound around through the older parts of Bethlehem, with modest hills and nice views of the river and parks. I did find that some of the new course took us over rougher roads than I remember from the last two years I ran this race,...
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