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- Road to Gold 4 Miler July 24, 2021
- 🚨HEADS UP! 🚨Happy Marathon Medal Monday!Flat @funsizeathlete ready to run @grandmasmarathon tomorrow! Found @running.glow at the expo and we enjoyed a fun and yummy time at the pre-race spaghetti dinner. Benjamin had fun too!Out for a walk with @bibrave Benjamin to grab lunch and find a new work spot for a couple hours. @grandmasmarathon Expo, 5k shakeout, spaghetti dinner later this afternoons. .17 months later, back in the air with some of my favorite things. Thanks @delta for getting me to @grandmasmarathon ! #flydelta #flydeltajets #grandmasmarathon #GMAsBR #BIBCHAT #bibravepro #marathon #travelDo you LOVE @hotchocolate15k and @dcwonderwomanrun as much as me? @venturesendurance is bringing these favorite races and more under one new name!
Tag Archives: Yeti100
2. “The way to get started is to quit talking and start doing.” ~Walt Disney Once I set the sub-24 hour goal, I knew things would have to be different in 2020 in order to make it happen. The 2 … Continue reading
So yeah, I wanted to wait a few weeks into the new year to get my bearings and let everyone else blab about their resolutions before I came out with my 2020 plans and motivations. 2019 was difficult but 2020 … Continue reading
The backstory: I don’t know when or where I decided I had any business running 100 miles, but Yetis and unicorns were definitely involved. When I ran my first 50k in August of 2014, it happened to be the Yeti … Continue reading
41 days from this post I’ll be somewhere between the marathon and 50k mark of the Yeti 100. Honestly, since completing the 100k at Merril’s Mile, I’ve just been ready to get this done. Since July the heat and humidity … Continue reading
Last weekend I went back to amazing Damascus, VA for another training run on the Yeti 100 course, the Virginia Creeper Trail. This time I brought Adam along so he could experience the wonderfully scenic trail by bike. No sooner … Continue reading
Obviously, my marathon-a-month training goal for the year is only a fraction of what needs to be done for 100-mile training. I’m using a modified 24-week training plan from the book Relentless Forward Progress by Bryon Powell. I say “modified” … Continue reading
As I wait for some large SAS computations, there’s no better time for an update. I’ve done nothing particularly exciting this weekend. I’ve had the absolute pleasure of following my husband wherever he likes, mostly including a drive to Chattanooga … Continue reading