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Jul 20 2009

Come Run Through The Night!

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Courtesy of Mark McKennett's scalp

Courtesy of Mark McKennett's scalp

Don’t miss out on being part of the second annual Cheat Mountain Moonshine Madness 50 Mile Trail Run.  We still have room for more runners and volunteers!  We have some awesome Patagonia shorts as finisher’s awards, local artisan crafted bark baskets for overall/AG winners, great prizes from our sponsors, and a new special trophy for the best all around aid station.  Who could ask for more?  Entry closes on 8/14, so be sure to enter soon.
I will be hosting an informal training run on the top trail sections of the course on 8/8.  We will meet at 8:00 am in Beverly behind the Citizen’s bank and carpool up the mountain.  All runners, club members, or anyone else are welcome to attend.  Just e-mail me here if you are interested.  Lots of fun, be sure not to miss out!

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Jul 15 2009

Helvetia 10k Mountain Run

September 13, 2009
9:00 am

The 12th (I can’t believe it’s 12 years) running of this challenging 10k is coming up Sunday September 13, 2009. It is always a fun day and even “funner” if you come on Saturday to partake in the Fair Weekend festivities.

Details Here.

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Jul 15 2009

New River Gorge Trail Run

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The first New River Gorge Trail Run/Walk seems to have been a success. Novice race directors Jessica and Adam put he run together in short notice and an overwhelming crowd turned out.  Sounds like the NRG will be even better next year.

Here are the the results and an RD report.

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Jul 15 2009

Highlands Sky Splits & Photos

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Your aid station splits are now posted on the Highlands Sky results page folks!

Also the link at Iplayoutside’s race report and photos is working now.

Go Here 


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Jul 15 2009

Rave Run

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This past weekend, Bradley, J.L., Paul, Kavara, Gayle (Kavara’s mom) and I took in VA’s Shenandoah National Park.  The Park was created in 1935 and bears many architectural resemblances to our parks here in The Mountain State thanks to the CCC workers.  The main differences of Shenandoah are the breath taking views of the Shenandoah Valley compared to our more densely forested woods.  Even though I saw more people on the trails than I’ve seen in my whole life in WV, it’s certainly worth the trip to run. (We actually saw more bears (#8) than I’ve seen people on the trails in WV this whole year!)  We started on the Tuscarora Trail and ran into the Park, then covered the remaining majority of our 36+ miles on the AT.  According to J.L.’s gps, the run covered just under 16,000 ft. of climbing.   Definitely put Shenandoah National Park on your list of runs if you get the chance.  Certainly an epic and beautiful run at any distance.  Just don’t forget your climbing shoes!

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