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Thursday, December 12, 2013

The Mosts and The Bests List

Meaning no disrespect to any state or event, I have compiled a list of some of the little nuggets that stick out in my mind.  So without further delay... drum roll please...
  • Coldest Race:  ALABAMA. You would think Alabama in May was a sure bet but they had a wicked ice storm that produced hail and freezing rain.  Temps never got about 50. It was miserable.
  • Toughest Run: WYOMING.  Billed as a trail run, it was bush-whacking.  No trail; just red flags every 20 paces.  Through fields of waist high grass, over streams, rocks, up and down the Big Horn Mountains. Oh and did I mention it was at 9000 feet elevation? 
  • Most Unique Event: NEW MEXICO.  A backwards triathlon. Run, Bike and then Swim.  I killed the run because I had so much energy and since that's where I tend to struggle, I did very well.  Took 1st in age. Not sure I would want to do that order all the time but it was interesting.
That's enough for now.  Stay tuned... there's a lot more recaps to come.