What’s next?

Western States is over and 2017 is now more than halfway over! I intentionally left my calendar for the second half of the year blank. I really wanted to focus on Western States, and there’s no way of knowing how the body will recover after a hard 100-miler.

With that being said, I’m alive and in one piece! I wouldn’t say I’m recovered, but I do feel like I’m on my way. For the rest of the year, I’m tentatively planning:

0 SPF Half Marathon (July 15)

Twisted Branch 100k (August 19)

Free to Run 50-Miler (September 16)

Oil Creek 100 (October 14)

Syracuse Half Marathon (November 12)

This is a very tentative list – I’m not signed up for most of these races yet. More than anything, they are just ideas bouncing around in my head. One day at a time!

I’m a bit deflated after Western States. There’s that post-race letdown that so many of us get, and there is also a bit of disappointment because I didn’t end up having the race I was hoping for. However, what’s done is done, which is part of the reason I’ve started looking forward.

What races are you looking forward to this year?

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4 Responses to What’s next?

  1. bthomas757 says:

    Free to Run 50 miler looks like a very interesting race. I am running my first 50 miler this fall, Mountain Masochist, in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Sounds like a great mix of races you are looking forward to.

  2. Amy says:

    I have no race plans, but am looking forward to building my long runs back up to around half marathon distance. Once I get there, I’m sure a race will come out of the woodwork. 🙂

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