Learning From The Best
Congratulations to Allen E for placing 13th out of 172 competitors at the NYC Stars & Stripes Aquathon and Swim. Allen did this race with no other training other than CFSBK programming.
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Still Looking For A Few Good Runners
Team CFSBK is still looking for interested participants to be part of our Ragnar Relay Adirondacks team. If you're interested, check out the infomation below and contact AstaFivgas(AT)Gmail.com to get on the team.
What: Ragnar is a 12 (or 6, for you masochistic runner extraordinaires) person all night relay race complete with costumes, decorated 15-passenger vans, and all the carb loading you can handle (okay, that's a personal preference). Desire to run 6 miles, sit in a van for 4 hours, sleep for 1 hour and then do that 2x more with a van full of rowdy folk? YES YOU SAY? This is for you.
When: Sept 28-29
Why: You missed Cape Cod and all the fun/madness that ensued and you want you chance to run this amazing race or you ran Cape Cod and can't get enough (and also want that double medal!).
RAGNAR RELAY Adirondacks (New York) - from the site:
We have rerouted our former NY course to capture the beauty of upstate NY in the fall and the incredible terrain of the Adirondacks. The new relay starts at the Saratoga Spa State Park in Saratoga Springs, skirts along the Hudson River, passes through the Lake George region, up the southern side of Lake Champlain and ends in Lake Placid, the home of two Winter Olympic Games.
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