Hiatus, End of Hiatus

February 4th, 2013 by Stacy

- Ritual is important. That’s why, this winter, I broke my foot. Specifically, my fourth metatarsal. It keeps alive a streak of four years — or is it five? — in which I’ve sustained a moderately serious injury between Thanksgiving and Civil Rights Day. So I’m on a bit of a hiatus from running, which gives me an excuse to end my hiatus from blogging.


- We’re proud to support the Zion 100 and Bryce 100. Prior to my injury, I was getting out regularly with race director Matt Gunn and our mutual friend, Justin Nelson, on different sections of the new-and-improved Zion course.  On one such outing, I had the chance to record a bit of shaky POV video, always a crowd favorite. So if you’d like to sample the Eagle Crags portion of the course, here’s the link to that.

- A bit late, but I’m calling Jared Campbell the Wilderness Runner of the Year. When Hardrock probably isn’t one of the top 3 toughest wilderness runs you complete in a year, you’ve done something pretty special. Also, the stuff he consistently dreams up, especially the offbeat multidisciplinary stuff, really puts him in a category of one. I’m thinking here of Wasatoja and Zironman. All with no fanfare, which makes it all the more admirable.

One Response to “Hiatus, End of Hiatus”

  1. Meghan says:

    Oh no!!!!!!!! Heal fast, little toe! Sorry to hear…

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