We've raced on trail. We've raced in mid-20's temperatures. We've raced at night and a few hours of stepping off a plane. With all that experience, we were ready for anything.
|The preferred method of communication was the sign between the elevators in the lobby. Not everyone had a data plan and the wifi was sometimes excruciatingly slow.|
Top: Mizuno Thermo Cap, Garmin Virb hat-mounted camera. Light tint sunglasses, Serius facemask.
Core/Arms/Hands: North Face Flight series wind stopper jacket, Under Armor Cold Gear reflective/compression, Mizuno Thermo long sleeve zip for the last lap, Mizuno Thermo gloves inside Brooks Windstopper touch screen gloves. Charcoal hand warmers in between hand layers for last lap
|Photo Credit: Victoria Paz Ujević Stein|
|The downhill about a half mile on the way out was the only snow on the actual course. There was plenty around on either side of us though!|
|Kerem and Rachel tag teamed for a few pictures in the middle of their race. Not many PRs that day.|
|Photo credits: Imran Ahmed (@photoimran)|
I mean, who else would I want to be with when we go to the End of the World?
Data from my Fenix including actual proof of location can be found on Garmin Connect. Here's the map. We really did it!
"10 year old finished his second marathon in Antarctica" - La Presna Austral. Article on Nikolas Toochek
"15 year old Marathoner: 7 Marathons in 7 Continents" - YouTube replay of Kristen De Sousa's interview.
"Wyoming Runner Headed to Antarctica on Schedule to Break World Record" Runner's Web Artcile on Brent Weigner
"TEDxDubai 2011 | Maria Conceicao | Turning caterpillars into butterflies" Maria's Ted Talk describing the Maria Cristina Foundation to provide secondary education to children in Bangladesh.
"Three Area Residents Run a Marathon at the Bottom of the World" Kansas City coverage for Chau, Michael and Kerm.