Tag: races

  • Entering Cambodia via Phnom Penh

    Entering Cambodia via Phnom Penh

    Vietnam was great, and I really wish I could have spent much more time there. It’s certainly a country worth returning to. However, I was on a somewhat tight schedule, and still wanted to see Cambodia. I took a bus across from Saigon to Phnom Penh, and checked into the Mad Monkey Hostel in the…

  • Running the AHA Wall Street Run 3 Mile

    Last week I took a quick sprint through the NYRR AHA Wall Street Run 3 Mile. This was the shortest race I’ve ever done, and it was actually great. I started in the 2nd row of people on the starting line, so could get up to speed quickly and didn’t have to fight through the…

  • Running the Leadville Fish Hatchery 5km Trail Race

    Today for our day off from Wilderness First Responder training, a group of us got together to go into the town of Leadville, Colorado to run the Fish Hatchery 5k trail race. This was the first smaller community race I’ve run in a while – but it was by far the HARDEST 5k I’ve ever…

  • Running the 2011 Bolder Boulder 10km Road Race

    Today in the Memorial Day tradition, I ran the Bolder Boulder 10km Road Race. It’s a great race through the streets of Boulder, Colorado, giving a complete tour of the town. I’ve been running this race since college, and every year it’s great. The entire town comes out to watch, everybody has fun, and the…

  • Team Desertaxi Competes in the 2008 Mongol Rally

    Team Desertaxi Competes in the 2008 Mongol Rally

    During the summer months of 2008, I worked with Team Desertaxi in their bid for the 2008 Mongol Rally. As director of media and field communictaions, I designed, developed, and deployed their complete deep-field communications systems, which allowed them to live-blog from the heart of Mongolia, with their media showing up on a website I…