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2016 Terrain Racing Englishtown Review

This past Saturday I decided to participate in the Terrain Race at Englishtown (very convenient being that it's about a 20-minute drive from my house). Since they had advertised that kids 7 and up could enter the adult 5k course, my husband and I took advantage of that opportunity and had our 7 and 10-year-old run with us. And, for the price of the registration, we figured it was worth it to try.

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HH12HR-021 Palmerton Recap & Review

There are three elements to the Spartan Delta's endurance trifecta. Having captured one piece at the beginning of the year by surviving Norm's New Jersey Ultra Beast course, I had decided that I would do whatever it takes this year to get the others and complete the Trifecta. My Hurricane Heat would come from Boston, and the final piece of the pie would come from none other than Palmerton and the HH12HR-021, lead by Mr. Rob Barger.

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BFX San Antonio 2016 Review

My interest in BFX originated in March of 2015, my plan was to complete BFX in what ended up being BattleFrog’s last Sunday event. However, I ran into a small problem, I was running Elite on Saturday and I encountered which may still be the most difficult course I have ever encountered. It coined the term the Brenna Bars, had Elites having breakdowns on the course, and Hobie Call said the course was harder than the Killington Beast; establishing BeardTM as a premier Race Director. In fact, there were podium finishers who took 7 hours to complete a 10-mile course. I awoke on day two and couldn’t close my hands to pull up my sock and knew I had to call it in.

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