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Saturday Training 11-3-07

Aloha Athletes !

Tick, tick, tick...November is here this Thursday, so it's time to get serious, if your name is on the HURT 100 entrants list. I know...you think you still have plenty of time to goof-off before getting serious, but, trust me, you don't ! So be at the end of Manoa Rd. at 5:50 am this Saturday morning prepared to do a double HURT loop.

Meeting time: 5:50 am

Location: Park on the street at the mauka end of Manoa Rd. (just before it narrows, going back into Paradise Park)

Starting time: 6:00 am

Training: A double HURT Loop (40 miles)

Bring: In addition to the usual, you may want to bring a flashlight and a waterproof shell.


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Probably will not need any. I usually wear the same shirt through the whole race (short sleeve plastic). I have not been uncomfortable cold yet, as long as I am moving. I do get very, very, very smelly; however, and I am, well my wife is looking for solution to rancid running gear strewn about the yard and the house. Any suggestions?


Nothing works well. You are going to get wet one way or the other and perhaps chill at night. A long sleeve hurt shirt is about the best alternative for the chilly night.

Real problem is the feet not the upper body. Gortex shoes help a bit but are not always going to keep the mud and water out.

Bring an extra shirt and change at the end of the loop. Lots of runners do that at HURT.

Rob Lahoe

Anyone have a preference on ponchos or raingear? I'm planning to buy something this week but don't want to get something that will make me too hot.

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