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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Bighorn 100 Mile Update

Well, he's safe in his hotel room. His leg didn't bother him as much as his feet ... toes ... toenails. I'm sure he'll post pictures of those once he's home! He came across the finish line in about 25 hours or so. Thanks to Tracey and Tom who were a great crew!

We're all proud of you Darin!

3 comments:

andrea said...

Congratulation Darin, good god man, snow in June, seems like madness to me. Looking forward to the whole story. Rest well.
From, Christian in Victoria.

lonerunman said...

congratulations on a strong finish, Darin, for taking on something brand new, and for pushing your boundaries.

Hope the experience was enjoyable and that you are looking forward to trying another 100 sometime.

Bruce

JRW said...

Congrats Darin!
Nice work and that is too much snow for June. I bet you are glad you didn't train for Western States 100 this year as that race has been canceled due to all the fires. The boys could use your help putting them out though.
I hope you, Carrie and the kids are well.
Your blog is awesome, I really enjoy reading about your training and racing.

Jeff, now in San Francisco.