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    you run, too? sheet. I thought you just did computers. ��

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    Really is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HankIV View Post
    Really is amazing.
    just saw him at Fox Creek/VA 603 an hour ago. day 10 over 500 miles down

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    looks he’s lost his lead but is still right on top? mental fitness tested here I am sure, on top of being worn out day after day. Amazing effort no less! This is better than cableTV

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    The heat wave has got to be slowing him down. I can't even imagine how brutal it would be trying for 50+ mile days in this weather.
    It's all good in the woods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRock View Post
    The heat wave has got to be slowing him down. I can't even imagine how brutal it would be trying for 50+ mile days in this weather.
    i saw him this afternoon around 3:00 at the road crossing in Daleville. he looked darn good

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    awesome stuff.

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    Day 16. he's almost at the Tye river. 834 miles

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    I ran a couple miles with Kristian this evening. I agree that he's looking good, and is in great spirits. Had some trouble with quads but it is getting better. Going down the Priest today was not fun for him. He'll be entering Shenandoah NP tomorrow morning. Ready for a break in the weather. Tomorrow should not be as humid as today, and the weekend will be very nice. He crewed Sabbe for about 13 days on his FKT so he knows what he's up against.

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    Looking at his tracker appears he’s pulling ahead again ! ! !

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    this is so close, I've been checking the tracker daily. He was behind a couple miles until the last few days he jumped ahead a couple every time I looked. Now he just fell behind but I imagine will probably be ahead by the end of the day.
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    he's less than 15 miles from Penmar park

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    You've gotten me into this. Over 5 miles ahead right now.

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    Pine Grove Furnace in 20 days, 8 hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    Me to, but why so late in the heat? Simply because of long days of light?
    His passing the midpoint of the trail on the summer solstice suggests that he was looking for exactly that.

    Perhaps at his point of conditioning, the heat is simply not a factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrickjd9 View Post
    Perhaps at his point of conditioning, the heat is simply not a factor.
    When I ran a very short way with him last week, he asked if there was a break in the heat coming, and was happy to hear there was. So he's feeling the heat, just not letting it beat him. I'm sure his conditioning helps a lot with that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailRunnerGuy View Post
    When I ran a very short way with him last week, he asked if there was a break in the heat coming, and was happy to hear there was. So he's feeling the heat, just not letting it beat him. I'm sure his conditioning helps a lot with that.
    Kristian is rolling nicely. He's the real deal. Let's hope he can hang tough once he gets thru the junk of PA and NY. He'll have a little break on terrain, then we all know what lies ahead. Killing it, nonetheless so far.

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    Motion is lotion as they say. So stoked to follow along!

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    Roughly 15 miles ahead now. This has been exciting to follow!

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    The race starts when he gets to the Whites. This is just a warmup.

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