...must be received by July 31, 2007. Race management is not responsible for injuries or death caused by conditions on course, including but not limited to: freakishly high waves, crocodile pits, falling rocks, pools of quicksand, razor sharp....
It looks right nasty, but if you look onth eother side of the wave the water is flat. You have to get out past the breakers, that's the tough part.<br><br>
It's really not hard to pass a wave like that. Just duck under. It's mving pretty fast so by thetime you get under it, it's gone past and you can go on.<br><br>
We had waves like that at GCT a few years back. The first 300-400 yds were breaker after breaker. I fought like hell to get past them and realized I didn't set my watch. In the second it took me to reach over and push the button, I ended up on the beach and had to start all over. <img alt="sad.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/sad.gif"><br><br>