Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Wherever you go, no matter what the weather, always bring your own sunshine.
San Diego 100 done!!! That was a PR for Andy and I since we started running it together there 3 years ago. 28:43 broke our record by 8 min. on a much tougher course.
It was a beautiful course with more single track and adding more of the PCT.

We had a good run but slowed at night. I am happy to report after all these 100's I think I got my feet issue under control did a shoe change once and changed socks twice. It worked.


This was the 71st time I have run 100 miles and I believe it was Andy's 37 time. It was Andy's 7th finish at SD 100 and my 6.
RD Scotty did an amazing job and all the people who helped were awesome.
It was great to see so many friends and enjoy a day and night on the trails with them.





Next up Western States 100. I was planning on a double this year but between the snow and work I don't have time this year. That's fine I have a couple other long adventures up my sleeve ;-)
This my taper week for WST so I'm running just a few miles a day and will do a couple 8 milers. I want my body to be really rested.




Thanks to all of you my friends for sending me positive thoughts along my journey's it really means a lot.




9 comments:

PunkRockRunner said...

Amazing....
Inspiring....
Wow....

Steve said...

Love that finish line photo of you and Andy. How sweet! Congrats to the both of you on another 100-mile finish. As always, thanks for sharing your experiences and inspiring those of us who read your blog. You and Andy rock!! Namaste!

Renee W. said...

You two are so cute together. Great finish on the race!

San said...

oh wow. 100 miles. This is AMAZING.
I haven't even rode my bicycle so far (yet).

You ROCK Girl.

johnny67 said...

71 times over 100 miles, that's crazy, you're so awesome!!!

knix05 said...

Good WS100 with the bib number 333 !

Fitness Fabulous said...

Great blog Catra! I really love what you're doing!

inkskin said...

You both are awesome, thanks for the inspiration!

trailturtle said...

Hi Catra,
Amazing accomplishments on the trails! Congrats on another 100! If you have time, give us an estimate of how many miles you think you have covered in your trail-running "life"--maybe you'll find that you will have "run to the moon" distance-wise someday!
Keep the spirit! Ann