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Muddy's 2013 Fitness Goals

Somehow...somwhere, I plan to get back to running ultras this year.


Work & illness got in the way of 2012's best laid plans, so I'm hoping to get something epic, something memorable, &/or something of note done by the time the year's up. Besides the vaguery of saying that I'll "train more"...here's what's up....


-Participate in NY Fat Ass

-Judo at least twice a week

-Fastpack something more than 2 days long

Fat Asses in the News

Just got my brand spankin' new November copy of Utrarunning magazine & it is chock full of our own Club members.

It's a little like playing Where's Waldo every month as I scan the results for familiar names, but this month we were treated to a whole'nother level.

For those who prefer to play find-it-for-themselves, then stop reading here, because here come the spoilers...

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1-Mike Wardas wrote a one page article on Plain 100...complete with a photo of him.

Easter Seals 24 Hour Relay Outcome

I've been trying to hammer out a race report, but as usual, it's going to be as long as the event for which it's written.....so far I'm thinking that it'll be 6 or 7 pages.

I know, I know...another Shogun.

For those who've asked for immediate gratification (albeit 3 weeks late), here's the Reader's Digest version:

The weather was stellar.

Logistically, it was more like a Fat Ass event...I had to supply my own grub (I never realized the close similarity that an aid station has to a Superbowl party until the Safeway clerk pointed it out).

Easter Seals 24 Hour Relay


Well...I did it....I signed up for the 24 hour Relay at Swangard Stadium this coming June 14th & 15th. With a little help from 95 Crave FM, I managed to secure an entry into this event for a great cause. I've always wondered about running in a 24 hour event, but the thought of circling the same 400m track like a hamster has always been the proverbial "line-in-the-sand" as far as protecting my (limited) sanity went. This event gives a bit more variety in that it covers a 4.5km stretch of pathway, track, & trail...it's also pretty darn close to home.

Tahoe Rim Trail 100

Wasatch Front 100 Report

World Run Report

"Vancouver saw a truly unique & world class ultrarunner show up for a slide show & a little running this week.

Jesper Olsen, the Dane who (last October) became the first (& so far, only) person to ever run around the world, payed us a visit & presented his amazing tale at the Centennial Theater on Friday night. To say it was amazing & inspirational is an understatement.

Glenn's 2006 list

Ok, here it goes...

I, Glenn Pace, being of (relatively) sound mind & (sorta) body bring forward the attached action items for the year 2006:

Stretch no fewer than 5 nights a week.

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