Back in the Glacier region of the South Island and hoping that this time I get good enough weather to do some glacier hiking…I mean, ‘running’ so I can add more miles to the Club.
Run Month is Like Florida 2000
We are neck-and-neck with the Cyclonauts. PPPPPLEASE make sure your logs are up to date and that you have not missed any entries; every mile couts!! We may need to bring out the lawyers for this one. Log in your miles at: http://www.race-tracker.net/usat/login.cfm
NCC Sunday Group Runs with Club Partner =PR=
For those of you wanting a Sunday long run option south of the river (and one that doesn't involve trails), =PR= just put together a series of runs for NCC participants through the remainder of February. Though open to the rest of the DC Tri Club membership and utilized by our training programs, there will be a special prize for the NCC athlete logging the most miles at these February =PR= runs... A FREE PAIR OF SHOES!!! So join us for the Tu / Th evening all-comers group runs and these Sunday DC Tri Club runs and log those miles!!! Here are the details...
SUNDAY MORNING LONG RUNS
Time: 8:45 a.m.
Where: =PR= Arlington, 3924 Wilson Blvd Arlington, Va 22203
• the "Mount Suribachi" which is a short run down to the Iwo Jima Memorial and back (~5 miles) http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/171198544
• the "Rough Rider" which is the medium route around Roosevelt Island and back (~8 miles) http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/171199208
• the "Old Glory" run which is a long run passing by national monuments, parks, and historic landmarks too numerous to name (~12 miles) http://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/171200452
Alejandro (41 miles of Abel Tasman is my bitch)
Nice & Thanks =PR=
What is the benchmark for run month that we need to reach first? 10k miles?
Chicken Tender getting it done...
Milestone is 7,500 miles. We reached it sometime on February 10! Congrats everyone.
Did we beat the Cyclonauts to the milestone getting our 5th of 7 awards? :)
As of right now yes. But it all depends how up to date their logs are. We won't know for a week.