Yesterday, I completed the #LimitlessChallenge. This was a week-long vertical challenge endurance adventure, ran by Aravaipa Running / Run Steep Get High team in Arizona. For 7 days, participants test their limits by reaching any of the 6 levels of heights, representing the elevation of different mountains (and the Empire State Bldg, for Level1). You
Happy Cinco De Mayo! I have to admit, I got race withdrawals in late March and early April, because I had some planned races and planned pacing gigs, but they did not happen. I got over it quickly, because I realize those are just de minimus problems compared to what others may be going through.
I finished my #YetiUltra24HourChallenge today! I haven’t done something like this format before. The challenge involves running 5 miles every 4 hours for 24 hours. Your route, your start time. It’s a virtual race given we are currently in a pandemic and all races have been canceled at least through July. I met some Yeti
About less than a month after my first 100-mile race, I participated in another race at L.A. Marathon! It was different this year, I opted for a slow run, doing a food and drink tour with my sister and her friends. We were afraid that the race might get canceled given the start of Coronavirus
I met some people from the Achilles group back when I ran Jackpot Ultra a few weeks ago. They told me that there are chapters in other cities so I checked out our San Francisco/ Bay Area chapter and joined them this morning on the Embarcadero. This was my first time guiding a blind runner
2020 #RADrabbit Team