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2018 Yeti 100 Mile Endurance Run

The Why?

“He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how.” - Nietzsche

There’s a pain involved in running almost any distance. Ask any 5k’er how they feel at the end of it or any marathoner that’s completed the 26.2 distance. No matter the skill set of the athlete, it hurts like hell if you given it everything you have.

It’s all relative.

So I have to ask myself after running my first 100 miler (nearly 4 marathons in a row) last September 2017, why the HELL would I ever run another one??

It hurt… It hurt REALLY bad!

But the pain eventually… in a few days... fades away! But what does NOT fade away is the incredible sense of accomplishment, the hard work you know you put in to get there. Remembering the strength it took to go on, to keep going when every ounce of everything on your body ached beyond anything you’ve
ever felt before… and you STILL kept going...

....and finished it!

100 Miles… “who does this?” Heather Gardiner asked Yeti 100 Race Director Jason Green when we
crossed the f…