Bill didn’t tell me that thunder and lightning would be involved. First time racing the Uwharrie 18-hour Adventure Race and had a blast with the
Yep.. I’m always forgetting stuff.. This time, it was for a good reason… Sort of… Watch the video below to see how it played out.
“Looking for a race report on speedylizard…” was the text I got from a friend. It was proof, yet again, that I had been slackassing
Well, once again, I’ve fallen waaaay behind on my posts, so here goes a recap of XTERRA Whitewater. I’m gonna try and recap some of
It’s been a couple of years since I hit the one-cow town of Winder, Georgia to race XTERRA Fort Yargo. With the change in the
It was slated to be a hot one and with the torrential downpour the night before, it was also a slick one. Hot. Steamy. Slippery.
One of the beauties of racing an XTERRA race is the fact that anything can change on a moments notice. The majority of XTERRA racers
One of the beauties that makes XTERRA so much fun is the change. How boring would it be to go do that same road triathlon,
Richmond definitely lives up to the “most unique terrain” statements floating around. Hairy rocks, hand-over-hand climbs, hopping from boulder to boulder and some real kooky
The water was dark, almost black. It looked like coffee or soda that had been sitting in a cup until it was flat. You could
Are you an Auburn fan or Alabama fan? Well, regardless of whether you yell “War Eagle!” or “Roll Tide!”, you can race an XTERRA near
XTERRA Hickory Knob always seems to fight with mother nature. Last year it was a layer of pollen so thick on the trail it crunched.