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NDORFNZ Folkz Races for October of 2017
 
On Sunday, October 1, 2017
AthleteComments
Mark Hall (GACRunner)

TCM Marathon

Certified? Yes

26.2 milez in 03:18:41

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-01
Overall471stTop 6.3%
Age397thTop 9.7%
PR Rank1stNew Certifed PR by 0h 16m 24s
Total Races2 races for 26.2 miles2certified races for 26.2 miles
 27 races overall15 certified races overall
   2States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Stayed with 3;05 pace group through ~17 but ran out of gas...~17 min pr though
mc.lynch (mc.lynch)

WMDP XC 6K

Certified?

3.73 milez in 00:30:42

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-01
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 30m 42s
Total Races1 races for 3.73 miles0certified races for 3.73 miles
 67 races overall0 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
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On Saturday, October 7, 2017
AthleteComments
(JeremyMorris)
NRGE

Lake Perry Rocks 50k

Certified?

32 milez in 04:29:24

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-07
Overall1stst
Agen/a
PR Rank3rdmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 27m 59s
Total Races3 races for 32 miles0certified races for 32 miles
 136 races overall4 certified races overall
   1States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Sticky mud and wet slippery rocks.
Bob Garcia (leanto)

Edge Body Pump & Run

Certified? No

3.1 milez in 00:20:12

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-07
Overall1stBroke Tape!
Age1stWon Age Group -- you DDSOB! ;)
PR Rank44thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 5m 25s
Total Races75 races for 3.1 miles25certified races for 3.1 miles
 248 races overall104 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Very happy with this one because I gave a moderate effort, and even if the course happened to be short (no indication that it was) I still ran a good time with the effort I gave. Lunges that I started doing may be helping.
Shannon Stenger (sweetness)

Cuyamaca 100k

Certified?

63.3 milez in 13:11:25

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-07
Overall18thTop 7.5%
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 13h 11m 25s
Total Races1 races for 63.3 miles0certified races for 63.3 miles
 125 races overall77 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
First 100k for me- Cuyamaca 100k. Going into race my goal was to run sub 11 hours and 30 minutes and be in the top 10.

Temps were in the 50s at the start at 6:30 am. Went through the first 8.4 miles right on pace, really easy. In 29th place. Continued to maintain really easy pace through second aid station at 14.2. Moved up to 21st place. At this point, it didn't even feel like I have run any miles which is a good sign.

Miles 14-23 were the big climb and I would not see my crew until 28. So took my running vest and off I went. First few miles went okay but I knew by mile 17 that I was going to run out of fluids. Had 20 ounces of water and 20 ounces of EFS but knew that I would not make it with fluids to mile 23 (next aid station). Sun had come out and it was warming up in a hurry. Started to ration some of the fluids but it did not help, ran out at mile 20. Would spend the next hour+ without any fluids at all. Really dry and light headed but the time I reached the top. Completely spend. Sat down at the aid station at mile 23 for 15-20 minutes trying to cool off and get hydrated. Didn't have the appetite to eat much.

Coming down the hill thought I would be able to get going but the trail was full of large rocks, just awful and couldn't move very fast. This is when my stomach went from okay to awful by mile 28. Really turning. Finally reached my crew again and told them that I was not feeling well (stomach wise at all). Legs were fine but stomach was preventing me from running fast at all. Gutted it out some more and made it to mile 31.8 which ended the first loop.

Still not feeling well at all and really wanted to stop. I knew my goal was out the window and it would just be a struggle to finish.

Went out on loop 2 (13 mile loop) just hoping to survive. At mile 37 started to feel a little better and could run a little faster and picked off a few people and made it through loop two (mile 44).

Picked up my pacer (John T) and went out for loop 3. It would be a 19 mile loop. Took it easy for the first 5 miles or so. Got to mile 51 and started to feel really good. Really started to push the pace and really pick off people. We were really flying at this point and keep it going all the way to the finish. Picked off 21 people the later part of the race to finish 18th place.

Not happy with time or place but happy that I stuck it out and really got moving at the end. Tough race.
 
On Sunday, October 8, 2017
AthleteComments
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Chris Jarvis Memorial Autumn River Run

Certified?

13.25 milez in 02:33:49

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-08
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 2h 33m 49s
Total Races1 races for 13.25 miles0certified races for 13.25 miles
 404 races overall23 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
About where I thought it would be. Cool and breezy, mostly into the wind on the second half. The Alps yesterday, Flat Rock today. Right hip acted up on the way back. Probably a good thing I waited to mow the yard until this afternoon, at least I will have to move a bit.
Carl J Samuelson (carljsamuelson)
NDORFNZ Racing

2017 Eye Run

Certified? No

3.19 milez in 00:28:30

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-08
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank1stNew Non-Certified PR by 0h 28m 30s
Total Races1 races for 3.19 miles0certified races for 3.19 miles
 86 races overall32 certified races overall
   3States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
Afternoon Run
NDORFNZized from Strava

A friend of mine, from high school, has worked hard, using diet and exercise (including some running) to lose quite a bit of weight. A few weeks back, he asked me if I'd run his first race (a 5k) with him; was more than happy to!

He picked the 2017 Eye Run (fitting, as his dad is an optometrist).

He did an awesome job! I was his pacer/rabbit, and then also carried water for him (and dumped some on him, as he got a bit warm). He didn't falter @ the end, when I told him to pick it up during the final kick.

He'd run the distance a few times, had never gone under 30:00; so, his 28:30 today was not only a PR, but a big jump in time for him as well. Once he started breathing normal again, he was all thanks! :)

Happy Sunday y'all!
kerry mcdermott (KMAC)
NDORFNZ Racing

Run 2 overcome

Certified?

6.2 milez in 00:45:20

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-08
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank3rdmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 0m 57s
Total Races16 races for 6.2 miles4certified races for 6.2 miles
 137 races overall47 certified races overall
   0States of "All 50 States Marathon Club"
10 k race in 45:20.....pretty hot at 1 pm race time ...,,,74 degrees and sunny! Finished 4 th overall! Low key race ......was in the lead until about 3/4 of the 1 st mile so I knew it was going to be low key race but I went hard to get ready for a 15 k at the end of October in Tulsa!
 
On Saturday, October 14, 2017
AthleteComments
Steve Scoville (hskrrs)
NDORFNZ Racing

Kearney Trail Run

Certified? No

3.0 milez in 00:31:24

Race Data Statz as of 2017-10-14
Overalln/a
Agen/a
PR Rank18thmissed Non-Certified PR by 0h 8m 32s
Total Races21 races for 3.0 miles