Sometimes you have to let life turn you upside down, so you can learn how to live, right side up. - Life is good ran the Sunol 200 (solo)finished in 79:29 Thanks to all my friends and fans for your support! Here's s few photos from the trail during my solo ...
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Global Endurance - a Geographic Perspective
I was running this morning in Vancouver right along the seawall and it made me think how lucky I have been to participate in endurance events, whether organized or training, in so many states in the U.S. and, in fact, a fair number of countries.
My love for endurance sports has allowed me to run, swim and bike in and along some of the most memorable sights such as: Lake Tahoe, the Golden Gate Bridge, NYC's Central Park, numerous arrondissement's of Paris, along and in the Rhine river, the Colorado Rookies and the Canadian Rookies, the Swiss Alps and the Austrian Alps, old streets of London and the Vegas strip, the Boston marathon course and the sandy beaches of Panama City Beach, the South China sea, the Hawaiian waters and shore, around the Washington Monument and the side streets of Manila.
Below is my tally to date (I believe):
United States: California, Washington, Texas, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, Florida, New Jersey, New Mexico, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, Alabama, Colorado, Hawaii, Louisiana, Georgia, Virginia, Washington DC, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Ohio.
Countries: U.S, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, France, Germany, Netherlands, England, Austria, Saipan, and Canada.