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Part 1: Classic US Races by -Brandon Posted Fri 28 Aug 2009 8:19pm I thought that this would be a good post to 'post' since I just raced Memphis in May...one of the Classic US races. Originally I was going to focus only on Olympic Distance races, but I changed the title. What are the US Classics? US Classics: St. Anthony's Triathlon (Florida) Wildflower (California) Memphis in May Escape from ... Read on »
Classic Races...This Ought to Sum It Up by -Brandon Posted Fri 28 Aug 2009 8:19pm Race Report Soon... I thought about Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3...but then after CapTex today...I thought that this would sum it up. A few disclaimers... - This is my blog. It reflects my opinion and my thought only. Keep that in mind if this post ticks you off. - I may come across as a whiny elite triathlete. But, I've paid my du ... Read on »
Man vs Machine: Watch the 2012 Iron Horse Bicycle Classic race ridden & revealed by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 May 2012 3:22pm Every year about 1300 people jump on their bikes and race a steam train over two mountain passes from Durango to Silverton, Colorado. This grueling race/ride is called the annual Iron Horse Bicycle Classic...an epic 50 mile bike race that pits a classic steam train against man across two high Colorado mountain passes. So which ... Read on »
Chickasaw Trace Classic Race Video by NathanGuerra Posted Wed 06 Apr 2011 12:00am Took a little while to get it up, but here is my race from the Sunday before last at the 16th annual Chickasaw Trace Classic.  ENJOY! Chickasaw Trace Classic Pro/Cat1 Race March 27th 2011 as recorded by Nathan Guerra's GoPro HD Handlebar Camera. Race Results Turn out was a little thin due to weather, bu ... Read on »
Mid-Winter 10 Mile Classic Race Report by Caratunkgirl Posted Sun 03 Feb 2013 6:50pm The Mid-Winter 10 Mile Classic is one of my favorite races.  I haven’t done it for about 2 years, so I was pretty excited about the day. Plus, I needed a race.  Something about a race helps you to refocus a little and remember you are doing all of this training for something. I showed up early so I could volunteer at check-in.  ... Read on »
Mount Laguna Classic Race Report by Ryan Denner Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 8:29pm ** It's hard to call this thing a race, but so it is... ** When AdventureCORPs first started advertising for the Mt Laguna Classic last fall, I was told that this had my name all over it.  103 miles, 10,000 ft of elevation, climbing Mt Laguna 3 times, etc – the normal epic weekend stuff ( James , sorry if I steal your word too much - it’s jus ... Read on »
Baltimore Women’s Classic Race Recap by WildThingsRUNFree Facebook Posted Mon 25 Jun 2012 2:21am Baltimore Women’s Classic is a huge deal in the Baltimore running community. It is a 5k race dedicated to promoting women’s health & fitness while increasing awareness of women’s health issues. A cause that is near and dear to my heart with my history with ovarian cysts & tumors. Last year, Zack & I were visiting & apartment hunting the we ... Read on »
Cole Classic - Race Report. by Barb Posted Sun 06 Feb 2011 1:54pm I did it, and what a totally awesome experience. One that I shall keep in the memory bank till the day I die. And to tell you the truth I don't even know what I was stressing about. The day started out much like every other race morning - me trying to stomach breakfast. Bit hard to try and eat 3 Weetbix when your stomach feels like a bag of wr ... Read on »
Cape 10 Mile MId-Winter Classic Race Report!!!! by Angela Bancroft Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Feb 2010 11:04am Yesterday was the big race. It's the first big race of the season and each year more and more runners come out for it. I believe over 800 toed the line for this one. Here's the twist to my race report. (hint: note my white sweater in the picture below.) I didn't run. That was tough. It was very tough. I had to play my 'smart card' ye ... Read on »
Anthem 5K Fitness Classic race report by Ed Hammerbeck Patient Expert Posted Sat 26 Feb 2011 12:00am Good lookin' statue behind that chubby dude About a mile into the race, I decided I wasn't going to do a race report. "What's the point?" I thought. I'm bonking this race. I'm about to start walking, and this is just a 5K. A 5,000 meter run on mostly flat asphalt, and I am dying. Who wants to read about that? Well, ob ... Read on »