2017 Awards, 2018 Kickoff, Donuts!

Coached workouts officially resumed last week, following an H-rocking, holly-jolly holiday party to celebrate the achievements of 2017 and an inaugural Donut Run on January 1st to welcome the promise of 2018.Held on December 2nd at Café Tallulah, the 2017 party was true to its own tradition and general Harrier form. Members reveled well into the wee-wee hours, toasting and reminiscing over another fantastic year of PRs, injury comebacks, road trips, post-race brunches, inside jokes, and all of the other aspects of Harrier friendships, new and old

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NYC MARATHON RECAP

The 2017 season drew to a close in November with The Big One, the race so many had been training for over the past months and miles. It was time to put all of those early morning long runs to good use as part of the largest marathon race in the world ™, with 51,000 runners joining 50+ Harriers at the foot of the Verrazano-Narrows bridge early on a Sunday morning. Clouded in mist Manhattan looked a long way away, but the promise of beer and food at Gebhardt’s afterwards was encouraging.

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BRONX 10-MILER RECAP

It was a hot and steamy day for the Bronx Ten Miler -- the weather, sure, but also the blazing heat of the Harriers speeding along through the Bronx.  The course is an out-and-back, so as runners zipped along the Grand Concourse there were, at certain points, Hs on both sides, and some "Go Harriers!" yells across the divide.  Cold towels waiting in ice were a welcome gift at the finish line!

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SHAT 2017 - Summer High Altitude Training

It's the middle of July and I can't believe how fast a year flew by. My bestie and fellow Harrier Susan and I touch down in Denver for SHAT Chapter 2! This edition takes place in amazing Breckinridge and with 20 more teammates and friends than last year. It soon turns out to be absolutely epic and as I like to say "The more, the Harrier"! During a fun van ride with a cool crew, we learned that Dan can hold his breath the longest: almost the entire tunnel length. Maybe this is worth a special kudos or award one day? 

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