In the last of our newbies, I’m proud to introduce you to Jake, Lindsay’s hubby. As I mentioned in her intro, I’ve known the both of them for more than 20 years but with Jake, it goes back much farther than that. I’ve known him since early grade school as he was just a yearContinue reading “Meet the Team #7 – Jake”
The Big Fella is Back!
She would admit that she’s not the fastest runner we have but I have rarely, if ever, seen her breakdown and lose her pace. She finds her sweet spot and just keeps running and dictates the pace. It’s something that I’ve always always admired about her. Her consistency is awesome.
#2 on our all time mileage countdown brings us to Ryan with 75 miles of Ragnar running!
Andrew is absolutely one of the pillars of our team.
All of this time off and races cancelled and it’s gotten me thinking about what I’ve missed this year. It was supposed to have been a big year. I had put some lofty goals for myself out there and largely, I’ve not gotten close. Between the pandemic and everything going on, admittedly, my motivation hasContinue reading “I Miss My Team”
“The New Year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written.” — Melody Beattie As the final hours of 2019 wind down, it is fitting to reflect on it. Not everything was or is ever perfect but there’s always something for which thanks is warranted. Here’s a quick list ofContinue reading “A Year of Thanks”
As highlighted in Part I one of the goals was to have a race calendar so that 2020’s effort isn’t confined to 1 major event and anything else in the area is training for it. In our effort to better connect with the Fort Wayne area running community, we’re committed to making our miles countContinue reading “2020’s Vision, Part II”
I’m about 2 weeks overdue on this but I wanted to still do this. I’ve had time to think about it and take it all in and it was a pretty incredible experience once again. So without further adieu, here goes: For Jenn and I, Ragnar prep starts well in advance. Being that thisContinue reading “Ragnar Relay Michigan ’19 Recap”
Why do we run Ragnar Relays to benefit charity? The answer is because you can’t do epic alone. It wasn’t always that way though. In the very beginning, the hope was to prove we could physically pull it off. To the uninitiated, a Ragnar Relay is a 12 person, approximately 200-ish mile relay style race. Continue reading “Why Ragnar?”