Type 1 Ultra

endurance sports in the weird and wonderful world of type 1 diabetes

100km to go to halfway: Octember’s first 100km race report

As you’d have seen from this post just over a week ago, I’m launching my diabetic self headlong into a serious challenge of personal endurance. In 20 minutes I’ll race out of the house to get a last bit of bodywork on my calves before the weekend. It seems that they are already copping the brunt of things, as I may have got a bit eager to hit a certain time goal 60km into last weekend’s 100km on the Hume and Hovell track near Wagga Wagga.

So, I have just posted my race report on the first of 4 running challenges for the month. 2 down, 2 to go, 1 still to write up, and 2 still to run.

Bring. It. On.

http://hokaoneoneaustralia.com/2013/10/25/still-100km-to-get-to-halfway-octember-pt-1-the-great-ocean-walk-100/

Filed under: exercise and type 1, Marathon running, run like you stole it, trail running, type 1 & ultramarathon, Type 1 diabetes, , , , ,

One Response

  1. […] main chunk of training for Sakura Michi had happened 6 months earlier, with Big Octember. Rolling 3 100km races and a 174km slaughterfest into one 30-day block had given me practise at […]

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