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2016 Ragnar DC Recap Part 4 – For those of you just stopping in to read about We Thought You Said Rum’s Ragnar Relay experience, you can catch up by clicking on Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 to check out my three previous posts. We’ll pick up right after Van 2 finished breakfast after […]

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2016 Ragnar DC Recap Part 2 – Picking right up where I left off Tuesday in my Ragnar DC recap, today’s post will be all about Van 2’s first set of legs.  If you remember, Laura (from Van 1) had just handed the slap bracelet off to Jess, and Van 2 was in hot pursuit! Like […]

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Ragnar’s Unisex Versus Women’s Cut Race Shirts

My regular readers know that I’m a pretty positive person, but sometimes a girl has got to vent and today I’m dumping on Ragnar’s unisex versus women’s cut race shirts harebrained decision… I just tried on my Ragnar Trail Richmond shirt, and I am not happy. Ragnar switched our shirts from men’s/women’s sizing to unisex shirts; […]

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Ragnar Trail Richmond Ultra Recap, Part 3

If you’re joining my Ragnar Trail Richmond party late, you can catch up by clicking on Part 1 and Part 2 to read the recaps of my first two legs. I left off on my previous recap just after Meagan and I discovered that we would be running again in 2.5 hours, almost twice as soon as we had expected, […]

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Ragnar Trail Richmond Ultra Recap, Part 2

Yesterday, I left off my Ragnar Trail Richmond recap as I was snuggling into my sleeping bag, hoping to get a few hours sleep before my teammate Jenny woke me after her run. Meagan had planned to sleep in our tent as well, but decided to stay in her own single-person tent located slightly farther away […]

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Ragnar Trail Richmond Ultra Recap, Part 1

Last weekend marked my fourth Ragnar Relay, Ragnar Trail Richmond. After several years of turning down my friend, Chuck, when invited to join his team, I finally drank the Ragnar Kool-Aid and ran Ragnar DC in 2014 with my Cruiser friends – Chuck included. Having had a fabulous time, I eagerly joined our MRTT team to run Ragnar Trail Appalachians […]

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Five Reasons Ragnar DC Is Going To Be Epic

I’m downright giddy with excitement! Just when I thought I was ready to retire from the whole Ragnar van thing, I’ve signed up to run with yet another team! Keep in mind that there are two types of Ragnar Relays. In one type you sit on your butt in a van anytime you’re not running, and in the […]

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Cruisers Rockin’ The Relay – Ragnar DC Recap Part 4

For those of you just stopping in to read about the Cruisers’ Ragnar DC experience, you can catch up by clicking on Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 to check out my three previous posts. We’ll pickup right after Van 2 finished their overnight legs and were enjoying some down time before hitting the […]

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Cruisers Rockin’ The Relay – Ragnar DC Recap Part 3

If you’re joining my Ragnar DC party late, you can catch up by clicking on Part 1 and Part 2, to read my two previous posts. I left off with Van 2 heading to The Creamery at Exchange 18 in hopes of getting some sleep while we waited for Van 1 to run their legs.  […]

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Cruisers Rockin’ The Relay – Ragnar DC Recap Part 2

Picking right up where I left off yesterday in my Ragnar DC recap, today’s post will be all about Van 2’s first set of legs.  If you remember Ravi (from Van 1) had just handed the slap bracelet off to Candy, and Van 2 was in hot pursuit! We caught up with Candy as she […]

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Cruisers Rockin’ The Relay – Ragnar DC Recap Part 1

I really don’t know where to start…  How do you sum up such an incredibly amazing weekend in one short blog post?  You don’t… Way back in early April when I registered our team for Ragnar DC, I picked Runner 8 because it seemed like the hardest position overall.  Runner 8 seemed to have a […]

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Leading Up To Ragnar (September 8 – 14)

As I approach my targeted fall race, the Hokie Half Marathon, I’m hoping to peak at just the right time.  Having two other big races a month and two months prior has its advantages and disadvantages.  On the plus side, I’m able to test my training to see where I am in the way of […]

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