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As you know, the BRS is funded and operated solely by its members. A modest income from advertising and tee shirt sales no longer covers the monthly costs for running and maintaining the site. That's right. We've grown by leaps and bounds this past year! Who said...
1,162 MILE BAREFOOT RUN FROM LAND'S END TO JOHN O'GROATS
UK school teacher, Aleks Kashefi, has just completed a 1,162 mile barefoot (mostly) trail run from Land's End to John O'Groats - in 38 days!
You can read more about his adventures here: https://pursuingthevoid.wordpress.com/
Alek's challenge was to raise funds for The Stroke Association, and his fundraising page is still open at:
1812 Challenge and Half Marathon
This past weekend I traveled up to northern NYS to visit family, and run in a race for the first time in New York since I was in high school (that'd be about 20 years ago). I was really thinking about cancelling, or dropping to the half since my training had not really prepared me to race 18+ miles this year. I had a good base, and a couple good races earlier this year, and with such a long drive to go there I figured I might as well just attempt the whole thing even if I had to go easy. I missed my last long run 2 weeks out, and also the last week prior to the race I ended up only running a single day (5 miles) so I was definitely on the under-prepared side of things. On top of that my schedule has been hectic flip flopping from nights and day shifts, and I was coming off my last night...
Westlake Triathlon Race Report & Video
I haven't really swam or cycled this year but when I heard that the Westlake Triathlon coming up I had to sign up. This triathlon is put on by the Westlake Recreation Department to promote health in the area. It's beginners friendly with it being only a 120 meter swim, 4 mile bike, 1.5 mile run, and its FREE.
I had brought my Garmin 910xt but unfortunately never experimented with the functions in multisport mode so my times a little...
World Masters' Athletics Championship, barefoot & huaraches
By Canary Island Feet
The last minute change to move the half & full marathon route to a park on the edge of Lyon's city center proved to be multi-loop course that was pretty craggly asphalt with sections of rough irregular gravel & small rocks ... with the race ending in a stadium. Using huaraches for the marathon was the best option for me at my level ... but a gal from India did the half marathon barefoot and a Costa Rican did the marathon barefoot.
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