About half an hour ago, I was looking at Klas Eklof’s pictures of Hardrock and dreaming of running Hardrock next year. Oh, but how fickle a man’s mind. Right now, I am dreaming of a trans-Ireland crossing next year. I don’t know how far it is, but a run from Galway Bay to Dublin Bay [...]
Synopsis of Week’s Training:Easy Monday run, felt a bit tired. On Tuesday pre-pre-WUS (4 miles) and pre-WUS (9 miles with Keith and Sean) tired me out and I proceeded to go – as Greg Loomis would say – bonkety-bonk-bonk. It as ugly. Felt like I was going to pass out. Ran/walked to the bar for [...]
Quick update, since I’ve been bad about updating. Last week I logged 86 miles and I’ve run 127 miles in the previous nine days. Each of the past two weekends I’ve logged 20+ miles on both Saturday and Sunday. I even got a faster run in last week. Feeling good entering the new week, which [...]
Those who know me, know that I’ve been fortunate enough to run (and finish) the Western States Endurance Run in each of the past three years. In 2006, I qualified for and later entered the WS lottery with hopes of once again running from Squaw Valley to Auburn in June 2007. Alas, despite my presence [...]
Ok, folks. Here it is, the first breaking scoop on I Run Far. Recently, during one of my frequent trips to the Montrail website, I came across a shoe I hadn’t seen there (or anywhere else for that matter) – the Slipstream. Low and behold, as of today it’s no longer on the website. Briefly [...]
Over the weekend, I Run Far had its 1,000 page impression since I started it up back in December. Thanks to everyone who has stopped by and read what I’m up to. I hope to have some new stuff up in the next couple days, so be sure to check back soon.
(1) I’m buried. Buried in a back load of posts, that is. I owe myself and anyone who read this posts on my run in Hawaii, my training of late, a synopsis of last year’s training, my training plans for this year, and this past weekend’s race at the Uwharrie 40 miler in North Carolina. [...]