Six down

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How is the week almost over … already? The tricky part about ENDURrun week is to live in the moment. 8 days and 160 kms seem (and really are) long, but the reality is that it flies by so fast. Stage 6 is a sneaky one. (Full results). It’s a flat 10k sandwiched between a… Read more »

Stage 6 Start Order 2018

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Time your race preparations with this projected start order. The 10 KM Time Trial (TT) starts one runner each minute, in reverse order to their seed time, which is determined from previous results and expected finish times. Dropouts and no-shows may still adjust the start times by up to 10 minutes from the Estimated Start Time… Read more »

Historic Stage 5

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Not since 2006 has the gold jersey been snatched at Stage 5. But that’s what happened today as Valery Hobson ran a strong personal best in slippery conditions. She picked up enough time on the final three laps to surge into a 7:00 overall lead. Robyn Collins raced for the first time at Chicopee and now finds… Read more »

See you in 2019

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Wednesday night is the tipping point of ENDURrun week. Halfway? Check. Post-race feast at dusk? Check. Off day tomorrow? Check. Rob and Robyn maintain gold jerseys? Check. (Full results) Good times were had by all? Check. And just when you’re feeling comfortable with the event, we hit you with 2019 registration. It opens at 12:00… Read more »

No lead changes after Stage 3

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After 3 Stages, our leaders continue to defend their gold jerseys. Robert Brouillette, the three-time defending champion, is expected to repeat this year. (No person has ever won four consecutive years.) With a half hour lead over Aidan Rutherford so far, his main battles are his own previous times and those of Charles Bedley of… Read more »

The race starts now

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Our runners just took off on the first of six laps in today’s 30k cross country Stage 3. They will pass a 40k sign on their first loop, marking one quarter of the week, with about 26k of trail left. This is considered to be a “start” to the week, as the recovery adds up,… Read more »

Stage 2 Start Order 2018

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Use this projected start order as a guide. This Time Trial (TT) stage starts one runner each minute, in reverse order to their seed time, which is determined from previous results and expected finish times. Dropouts and no-shows may still adjust the start times by up to 10 minutes from the Estimated Start Time –… Read more »

Just a Typical Sunday Morning

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Except all your friends are here! As ENDURrun 2018 got off to a running start, it was a great mix of old and new. If it ain’t broke… Ditto: For the fourth consecutive year, Stage 1 played out the same: on the men’s side, Rob Brouillette sets a large lead; on the women’s side, a… Read more »

Great to see you again!

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There really is no other theme for pre-ENDURrun Saturday. Also overheard at Schmidt Residence this evening: “You look so good!” “I do NOT know about my training…” “So how is the women’s race going to play out???” About half of the crowd are Run Waterloo regulars who run this town. Half are guests from all… Read more »

ENDURrun Contender: Valery

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A late signup that shakes up the race…welcome back Valery! This is the final post in our 2018 blog series of One Tough Runner contenders. ENDURrun: What is your runner profile? Valery: I started running at 39….the summer before I turned 40….and signed up for a fall half marathon as a birthday present to myself.  After that,… Read more »