Thanks for all your amazing support for the blog. I'm amazed at how much feedback it's gotten and humbled by your generous support. If you still want to read the blog entries, please visit the new website I've created, the fancy and new SwimmingCow.com

Hope to see you join in the party there!
 
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    FAQ: "How was the race?"

    Here's the answer, in more words than you had bargained for.

    The idea is to document the trials and tribulations of the Sahara Race from the perspective of someone who'd never run more than 10km until recently. Also expect random anecdotes from daily life, like one involving wife biscuits. Bottom line: watch how a girl who has never run a marathon (and still hasn't) transform into a desert terror within a year!

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    nfo on physical aspects of the race preparation (gear, training regimen) are tagged under "brawns". Entries dealing with the mental or emotional aspects are under "brains".

    For everyone who is sensible enough to stay away from the desert, take this as a chance to live the race without breaking a single sweat or blister!

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Thanks for all your amazing support for the blog. I'm amazed at how much feedback it's gotten and humbled by your generous support. If you still want to read the blog entries, please visit the new website I've created, the fancy and new SwimmingCow.com

Hope to see you join in the party there!
 
    Picture

    FAQ: "How was the race?"

    Here's the answer, in more words than you had bargained for.

    The idea is to document the trials and tribulations of the Sahara Race from the perspective of someone who'd never run more than 10km until recently. Also expect random anecdotes from daily life, like one involving wife biscuits. Bottom line: watch how a girl who has never run a marathon (and still hasn't) transform into a desert terror within a year!

    I
    nfo on physical aspects of the race preparation (gear, training regimen) are tagged under "brawns". Entries dealing with the mental or emotional aspects are under "brains".

    For everyone who is sensible enough to stay away from the desert, take this as a chance to live the race without breaking a single sweat or blister!

    Amazing Stuff

    Blog Tags

    All

    Archives

    July 2013

    © Jane Peng 2010-2012