One reason I sign up for Long Haul 100? .
I mean, it’s flat (I live in hills), and 10 loops of 10 😱, and I can’t even do the “technical” bit well (it’s...lumpy!).
I get to see people I don’t get to see very often, like long-time ultrarunner Terri Hayes, here volunteering, who used to direct the most flat-out breathtakingly beautiful 50k I’ve ever seen - Chattooga 50k.
And I get to stretch myself anew at things that aren’t easy for me.
That’s what ultrarunning’s all about.