Although rain was predicted, constant prayers during the race & faith met with success as it only sprinkled a bit during the night.
The RR100 course was absolutely beautiful however it could have had a bit less roots!
Plenty of wooden bridges & winding trail throughout the park provided a perfect environment for prayer & contemplation and to concentrate on WHO we were running the race for - Baby Henry!
It was to be (5) 20 mile loops to get the 100 mile finisher’s buckle however this race, it would allude us.
Due to many of the rolling hills, lower back spasms would take their toll having us drop at mile 75.
Disappointed - of course. Do I feel that I let people down - yes.
Although in talking to family & friends about this they say that they ARE NOT disappointed or let down, it is my own internal feelings that I some how, did.
I always run with my heart & know that others are suffering more than I am so this helps me press on. I am SO INSPIRED by others who help us to do what we do at Know No Boundaries.
Well, no time to wallow in any sorrows or disappointments, there are more people who need God’s help & we plan on running more races to help.
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Ken (aka K2)