Ragnar Relays

I am serious… and don’t call me Shirley.

Last week Digital Running led their 14th Ragnar Relay. This was a 195 mile race from Madison, WI to Chicago, IL. We had 12 runners on our team + me as staff = 13, in 2 vans, and finished in roughly 31.5 hours. Here’s the scoop: Because this was my 14th Ragnar, I kind of have packing down to an art, even for different temps. The packing for this race

Upcoming races & coupons for YOU!

I don’t keep a race calendar, but it looks like I’m going to have to start. In Feb. my blogger friends are running the Dirty Girl Mud Run in Tampa, and I will be trying to keep up as their official race photographer on the course. The next day my daughter will run her first HM, the St Pete Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon, and I’m sure I’ll be a

Ragnar Recap – tooting my horn

Over the past year, Brian and I have made a dream of ours come true. After running a Ragnar Relay 200 miles from Miami to Key West with friends, we noticed our van of 7 people ended feeling bonded and fulfilled, while other vans seemed ready to wring each other’s necks. Part of the drama associated with an overnight relay is lack of sleep, but lack of preparation plays a