Monthly Archives: March 2018

Ok, Fine… At Least Write BETTER Race Recaps. Here’s How.

Posted on March 7, 2018

I will rant first. Obviously. But, at the end of the day, I want you to get better. For better race recaps, do this: Ditch the chronological format. Every single race starts with you getting there, you parking your car, and you picking up your race packet. For the love of everything that is holy,

Writecustomessays at 4:23 am Mar 11
The Rockets really didnt need an exclamation point to their dominating first quarter Wednesday night. James Harden provided one anyway The Houston Rockets really didnt need an exclamation point to their dominating first quarter Wednesday night.

Dear Obstacle Racers… Stop With The Race Recaps

Posted on November 27, 2017

The last time I read a race recap worthwhile reading was sometime in 2013. The only thing less interesting than not doing a race is reading about a race that you have not done. And no Spartan Sprint or Tough Mudder or Warrior Dash or… that has taken place in the last five years needs

Pam at 11:09 am Nov 27
Thinking just because they write em doesn't mean you have to read em😜

Limberlost Challenge 14k – Trail Race Recap

Posted on July 17, 2017

On a Friday night, when some (clearly more intelligent) people are lining up to enter a nightclub, or ordering their second Negroni, I find myself laying in a small tent on top of two yoga mats, wrapped into two blankets with a couch cushion under my head, intensely staring at a mosquito stuck between the

2017 Ragnar Relay Niagara – Race Recap

Posted on May 23, 2017

Wanting to take advantage of early registration price, we were registered for Ragnar Relay for many months. This race has been on my radar (and therefore, on my bucket list) for few years, yet I could never make it happen for two reasons: 1. timing – most of my weekends in the summer would have

SOLO at 7:46 am Oct 24
Ragnar Trail 2018? I am in. :)

Operation Bucket List – Run A Race Barefoot

Posted on August 29, 2016

“And forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair”. – Kahlil Gibran Why would I want to run a race barefoot? Not sure. But it’s on the bucket list, so that’s good enough for me. I figure there are enough items on there

[…] when I get behind the wheel few weeks ago to start driving to my trail race, I can’t settle in. Usually, I turn on a podcast or an audiobook, or some great music, and half […]

XMANRACE Toronto 2016 – Race Recap

Posted on May 24, 2016

I was thrilled to see XMANRACE arrive to Toronto – this race series got nothing but positive reviews from fellow racers in the past, yet all the locations have previously been in Quebec, so I was not able to make it out to one of their events. Until this year! According to the race website:

Fuego Y Agua Nicaragua 25km-Ish Trail Run – Race Recap (The Gollum Edition)

Posted on February 15, 2016

“Wake up. Wake up. Wake up, sleepies. We must go, yeeees, we must go at once”. Last year I took off shortly after the Survival Run (right after the Beer Mile, to be exact) – I needed some time to decompress, and, while it was the right call at the time, I missed being part

[…] will be faced with additional challenges of cows, pigs, horses and dogs. Blistering heat if you go running during the day. And pitch black if you go running at night. [That big thing coming at you from the bushes is […]

Spartan Sprint Tahoe 2015 – Race Recap

Posted on October 9, 2015

While the Championship Race on Saturday was the highlight of the weekend, lots was happening on Sunday as well – Ultra Beasters took off nice and early, followed by few more waves of the Beast, and then the Spartan Sprint – including the competitive wave, as well as the charity race, special wave for the

Spartan Super Toronto 2015 – Race Recap

Posted on July 23, 2015

When in doubt, wear a kilt. I had a much more pleasant day at the Spartan Super on Sunday (compared to Spartan Sprint on Saturday)! Damage control included awesome company, slowing the fuck down, wearing a hat, sunglasses, wet towel on my neck, ice pack in my hydration bladder and enough sunscreen to drown a

Fork In The Road 5k 2015 – Race Recap

Posted on May 4, 2015

This weekend I took part in Ontario’s newest trail run – Fork In the Road 5k – a trail run with a twist. From the race website: So, this is a 5k race, which could end up being 8k! Fork In the Road 5k is put on by the same organizers as MudNewton – one

[…] is what I’m like when I’m at a gym. In the forest. On race course. Crewing for others. Dancing at Burning Man. I AM that rocker chick. Smiling. […]

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