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<p>MOJO racers!!!</p>
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<p>My first full HIM @ Pumpkinman in Maine on Sunday!</p>
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<p>(I did a HIM relay last year with Tom, my hubby, as a runner)</p>
 

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<p>Rev3 Half at Cedar Point (sandusky oh)</p>
 

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<p>Sounds like a big race weekend!  Special good luck wish to cake - yay, your first HIM!!! </p>
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<p>Double-header to me.  10k on Sat. and MTB race (21miles) on Sun.  I am curious how I do at 10k - seems to be the first Fall in several years not training seriously for half or full marathon.  Legs are tired but I am excited about this opportunity to race - seems to be a long time since I ran one.  As for the MTB race, it is just a long-ish training ride.  Decided to challenge myself by signing up for the 'sports' category (3 laps) instead of 'beginner' category (2 laps).. yeah totally out of my league but why not.  DH will be there too.  It will be fun<img alt="" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/smile.gif" style="width:16px;height:16px;" title=""></p>
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<p>Have a great time all!</p>
 

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<p>Pumpkinman Sprint on Sat. for me (1/3mi swim, 14.25mi bike, 3mi run). </p>
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<p>I got back from packet pickup a little while ago and I have lots of different impressions of the race site.  The site itself is beautiful.  The hill from the swim exit to T1 is just crazy.  The bike route is narrow with a lot of rutted roads interspersed with wide shoulder/bike route riding and pretty scenery.  The only hills are very small with nothing steep.  It's mostly lightly rolling. </p>
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<p>They are going to have their work cutout for them tonight because the resort is having a wedding this evening!</p>
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<p>MOJO TO ALL THE RACERS THIS WEEKEND! </p>
 

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<p>MOJO to the racers!!!</p>
 

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<p>I've got a sprint tri on Sunday, which for me will be swim-bike-walk.  I screwed up my hamstring playing tennis a few weeks ago, so no running or tennis for me til further notice.  It's really pissed me off but the bright side is that I can swim and ride without issue.  This will be my last (3rd) tri of the summer.  Weather looks to be great and I'm still excited about it even if I have to be pokier than normal on the last leg of the race! </p>
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<p>Hope all the racers have a great time out there... and everyone else, enjoy whatever the weekend has in store for you!</p>
 
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