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So here it is again
Starts Monday, March 8th.
All you need is an ipod + the nike+ sensor kit or the sportband. Nike shoes are not necessary.
Vagisil — "When you get a surprise between your thighs, Vagisil!"
Flaco's tacos — Horse meat ain't that bad after all, eh?
Who picked up the sponsors? Does that mean we get tshirts?
No need for those sponsors, but I'm in!
sensor was packed.. i know it was! i couldn't find it this morning --- might have to buy another one
I am in.
fuck it i'm in
i'd join but don't have that nike+ thing... plus would struggle to compete with you guns, barely manage 30miles a month.
i hope we get free t-shirts & vagicream from the sponsors!
I know I be flaky the last couple of challenges but I promise I will do this one!
Im totally in!
Just ran my fastest 5k to date (22'47")!
not that it is anything to write home about, but i finally got outside to run rather than being on that damn track! it felt so liberating and free to not be stuck in that hamster wheel hahaha.
*Bump sponsored by Vagisil...... "I scream, you scream, we all scream for vagina cream"
thanks to vagisil that is
I wonder... would any of you have the guts to go out... let's say to a Mall and shop while wearing a white vasigil t-shirt?
I don't think I would.
I did a 10km race last weekend. It was absolute hell, like running in a sauna without water. The organizers really screwed up. Here is an exert from their apology of sorts...
The once-off nature of this event made it challenging to predict what the running conditions were going to be like inside the tunnel, particularly with 5,000 individuals running.
At the start of the race, the ventilation was on at approximately 2 metres per second with fans blowing behind the participants. On being relayed reports of the tough conditions, the tunnel operators responded by increasing the jet fan speed. This took 10 – 15 minutes to take effect. By this time, while some reprieve may have been noticed, many were already feeling the effects of the heat.
Unfortunately, this had a flow-on effect on the level of water consumption by the runners. There were water stations provided at the 2km, 4km, 7km and 9km points along the course, with a total of 5 x 100ml water sachets provided for each participant. At the Finish line, extra water and hydration fluid was provided.
We expected this amount of water should have been sufficient based on previous experience. Unfortunately, the unique nature of the CLEM7 Tunnel Run meant it was not an ‘average’ running event, and participants were in need of more water than what would usually be required for a 10km race.
We apologise to those who were affected by these issues.
Outside of the ventilation and water issues, we have received positive feedback about the other aspects of race organisation.