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Yay Kim!

Heard it was a hot one. Early results of the 100 mile (second-hand reporting):

Zach Ireland 19:08
Dan Rose: 19:41-ish
Shaun Pope 21:16
Sandy ? (1st woman) 21:20
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Yay Kim!

Heard it was a hot one. Early results of the 100 mile (second-hand reporting):

Zach Ireland 19:08
Dan Rose: 19:41-ish
Shaun Pope 21:16
Sandy ? (1st woman) 21:20


those stats sound right to me! so glad shaun not only finished but finished well ... some nay-sayers who shall remain nameless were predicting he'd go out too hard and blow up but I had faith ... what a nice young man



I haven't looked up what official temps were yesterday but some this morning were saying it reached 92F yesterday

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Sandy Nypaver out of Parma Heights.Has a twin sister Rachel who also runs. I last saw Sandy at mile 30. Her form was excellent and running strong (she was around 10th overall here).
Irelan and Dan Rose were phenomenal, just a run in the park for them.
This was Shaun Pope's first 100 miler, and I think the whole ultra NEO community should be proud of him. I was hanging out with father, and met his mom along the way, and made sure that we knew Shaun as such nice young man! Shaun gave me a hug when he came through around mile 30.
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Congratulations to our SportiGrl!
Have to say, I was thrilled for her (although not entirely surprised) - this chick is built, talented, and fierce.


Thanks for spending time with me - introducing me to the who's-who of Ohio ultra running.
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Congratulations to our SportiGrl!
Have to say, I was thrilled for her (although not entirely surprised) - this chick is built, talented, and fierce.


Thanks for spending time with me - introducing me to the who's-who of Ohio ultra running.



buzzie, it was great hanging out with you again ... so glad you came down even though you knew your injury would prevent you from racing ... and thanks for sticking around for the awards ceremony and keeping me company there today

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Geetings from the land of lurkers,

I'll be there completing my 1st 100!!
Sporti mark those trails well, i don't want to get lost in the middle of the night.

Bob


thanks for introducing yourself this time ... I'm sorry I was distracted Sat morning and we didn't get to chat more ... hope you survived the heat ... and realize plans are in the making to get rid of that mid-afternoon road marathonthat was in the middle of the race this year ...

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Sandy Nypaver out of Parma Heights.Has a twin sister Rachel who also runs. I last saw Sandy at mile 30. Her form was excellent and running strong (she was around 10th overall here).
Irelan and Dan Rose were phenomenal, just a run in the park for them.
This was Shaun Pope's first 100 miler, and I think the whole ultra NEO community should be proud of him. I was hanging out with father, and met his mom along the way, and made sure that we knew Shaun as such nice young man! Shaun gave me a hug when he came through around mile 30.

It's amazing to me the YOUNG talent up in NEO ... that little girl that won the Winter Run for Regis ... Shaun, Sandi and surely others ... ultras are no longer owned by the 30 and 40 somethings, it seems!


btw - Jay Smithberger (sp?) won the mens 50 miler in 7:55 that's amazing to me ...

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Sportgirl congratulations!!! Very impressive!!

Buzzie it was nice talking to you! Take care of that Knee. Good luck at Burning River!

As for me, Stomach problems and dehydartion made for an early drop. See you next year.
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Sportgirl congratulations!!! Very impressive!!

Buzzie it was nice talking to you! Take care of that Knee. Good luck at Burning River!

As for me, Stomach problems and dehydartion made for an early drop. See you next year.
Well shoot! I've been wondering how you fared... sorry to hear you had such a rough day.
But, it was a delight to talk with you at the start - such a nice surprise to hear your friendly voice in the dark! How you recognized me, I have NO idea!

Thanks for the good wishes - we'll see how things go. Hope to see you (in daylight, even) again soon.
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Sportgirl congratulations!!! Very impressive!!


See you next year.

thanks .. and Wooooooo Hoooo!!!


not sure if I'll be running and volunteering or just volunteering but I plan to be there if humanly possible!!!

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