Anthony, pointing the way!
Foresthill Aid Station
Fleet Feet Ultra Team Member
First Woman Runner into the aid station
Here comes Eric, he had a awesome race
Meet up with the crew
Anthony putting on chap stick, the things the crew does for it's runner
Here comes Kirk! Awesome Race
Confidence with each step
The Happy Couple
Feet were a little wet, needed to change his socks
Organized Chaos when coming into a aid station
Focused on the task at hand
Almost ready to go
Off to the river crossing. He was in and out within minutes.
After all of this excitement Anthony and I headed down Bath road to meet Kuni. He came around that corner and had the biggest smile on his face. He was also looking strong and powered up Bath Road like he owned it.
Kuni "The Beast"
Anthony checking in
Little help from Lily and his crew and he was good to go.
Off to the river crossing.
After seeing Kuni off I headed home to sleep for 4hours and then I headed back up with Dustin and Michael. We were volunteering at the Fleet Feet aid station which is about 1.3 miles from the finish. Our job was to assist the runners as they came up the hill by refilling their water bottles and giving them whatever they needed. Most wanted new legs. Near the later stages of the day, we were literally doing hill repeats to assist the runners. We kept them moving and on to their goal of finishing.
Here come Kuni still looking good.
James, almost there
Stan, resting for a second and then he was on his way
Fleet Feet Aid Station, every runner that came through earned themselves a buckle that day. A few only had 20 min. to go the 1.3 miles to the finish. What a huge inspiration every single runner was that day. It was amazing to see and words nor pictures could truly describe what I witnessed.