Sunday, July 20, 2008

Vermont 100 Photos

Finished the Vermont 100 in 22:26:29, good enough for 33rd place (I think). Temperatures got into the upper 80s and humidity was as thick as it could get, slowing just about everyone down and contributing to a large number of DNFs (65% completion rate this year). Given that, I am very happy with how I did. Made it all the more memorable.

Full race report coming in the next few days, but here are some photos:

Link to album

12 comments:

Bob Gentile said...

Congrats Bro...Great job on a hot humid day! Look forward to ur report!

Recover Well & Enjoy a few beers:-)

Grellan said...

Well done Jamie, fantastic result especially given the number of DNF's. Rest easy. Look forward to the race report.

Frank said...

Great run, great time!!
Thanks for making the time go by.

Love2Run said...

WTG Jamie! Amazing result in tough conditions. Looking forward to hearing how it went. Beers on me too!

Blaine Moore said...

Nice work! It was mighty humid up here and can't imagine it was much better there. Way to power through. Great pictures.

Andrew said...

Wow Jamie! Can't wait for the race report. Congrats.

Thomas said...

Congratulations, Jamie. One hell of a time! I'm already enjoying the photos, and full of anticipation of the race report!

Random Blog said...

Congrats Jamie: a.k.a. Friendly Runner Extraordinaire..... I enjoyed crewing with your friends along the way and was very inspired by you guys! We loved seeing your smiles at the aid stations!! Very rewarding to witness such remarkable acomplishments done in style!
All the best to your crew too.
Cathi (Team Frankie a.k.a. The Mayor)

mindy said...

Awesome job!! The pics were great. It looked hotter than hell out there, you guys are awesome.

mucklechumps said...

great run trail monsters!!!!
I need your report Jamie.

Jamie said...

Thanks everyone, much appreciated! Frank and Cathi, really great meeting you guys. I hope our paths cross again sooner than later.

Donald said...

Jamie - congrats! That's an awesome time considering the course and climate. I ran on the east coast last week, and felt like I was melting. I can't imagine 100 miles.

I've got this report bookmarked so I can re-read it in preparation for my 100 next month. Thanks for a great write-up.

Enjoy your recovery.