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@Kaili

Juneau, AK Raving since 2022 50 States hopeful/finisher Active 1 month, 1 week ago

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Personal Bests (3)

Race Distance Location Date Result
Marathon Victoria, Canada 2013 6:09:35
15 Miler Juneau, AK Jun 25, 2023 5:13:00
Half Marathon Folly Beach, SC Feb 4, 2023 2:05:25

Future Races (7)

Race Distance Location Date Paid
Mississippi River Half Marathon Greenville, MS Feb 3, 2024
Arkansas Half Marathon Greenville, MS Feb 3, 2024
Half Marathon Hermosa, SD Sep 28, 2024
Half Marathon Cincinnati, OH TBD
Half Marathon Teec Nos Pos, AZ TBD
Half Marathon Indianapolis, IN TBD
Half Marathon Bath, NY TBD

Past Races (17)

Race Distance Location Date Result My Raves My Performance
Half Marathon Portland, ME Oct 1, 2023
Half Marathon Bristol, NH Sep 30, 2023
15 Miler Juneau, AK Jun 25, 2023 5:13:00
Half Marathon West Yellowstone, MT Jun 10, 2023 2:25:31
Half Marathon Wilson, WY Jun 3, 2023 2:19:02
Half Marathon Folly Beach, SC Feb 4, 2023 2:05:25
Half Marathon Silverton, OR Nov 6, 2022 2:19:15
Half Marathon Oak Harbor, WA 2019 2:58:26
110 Mile Relay Skagway, AK 2018 24:11:34
Half Marathon Seattle, WA Jun 13, 2015 2:55:43
Marathon Victoria, Canada 2013 6:09:35
Half Marathon Tempe, AZ 2013 2:41:08
Half Marathon Washington, DC 2013 2:59:04
Half Marathon Healdsburg, CA 2013 2:52:34
Half Marathon Seattle, WA 2012 2:49:14
Half Marathon Portland, OR 2012 2:33:09
Half Marathon Victoria, Canada 2011 2:41:49

My Raves

This is a challenging course- surprisingly, the 3500 ft climb to the summit wasn't the hard part. The trail is technical, snow or mud covered in places. Some snow sliding … MORE

This is a challenging course- surprisingly, the 3500 ft climb to the summit wasn’t the hard part. The trail is technical, snow or mud covered in places. Some snow sliding was unavoidable this year (wish I would have worn my gloves for this). I can’t believe how well organized and supported this race is for the remoteness of the majority of the course. Climbing, views, wind, rain, mud, snow, downhill running, and comradery were all a part of this race. Oh- and I was grateful for the gear requirements, the top was a whole different ball game than the bottom and I was glad to have extra layers.

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5
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5
SCENERY
5
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3

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Well organized. Course had to be altered for snow this year but I wouldn't have noticed had they not said so- great trip through the woods. Some mild hills and … MORE

Well organized. Course had to be altered for snow this year but I wouldn’t have noticed had they not said so- great trip through the woods. Some mild hills and some grassy/muddy spots. Wear your trail shoes, if you have them but don’t stress if you don’t.

DIFFICULTY
3
PRODUCTION
5
SCENERY
3
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4

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VR is a well oiled machine; everything went off without a hitch. Great race support, organization and photo ops. On a clear day, I'm sure the course is stunning, with … MORE

VR is a well oiled machine; everything went off without a hitch. Great race support, organization and photo ops. On a clear day, I’m sure the course is stunning, with low overcast and no view of the mountains, I found it a bit boring. That said, weather and temp was perfect for race day! I struggled dealing with the elevation coming from sea level.

DIFFICULTY
1
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5
SCENERY
3
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4

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This course is a flat road run that follows the coast for beautiful ocean views the majority of the run (don't forget to peep that lighthouse!). Double out and back … MORE

This course is a flat road run that follows the coast for beautiful ocean views the majority of the run (don’t forget to peep that lighthouse!). Double out and back broke the race up nicely… especially helpful with the wind picking up later in the day. The “medal” was plastic… unexpected but unique nonetheless. Also, the road is an active roadway but fortunately traffic was minimal.

DIFFICULTY
1
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3
SCENERY
3
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2

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This was the most beautiful and challenging course I've run. There was never a dull part- but don't get too lost in the beauty, this course requires focus for every … MORE

This was the most beautiful and challenging course I’ve run. There was never a dull part- but don’t get too lost in the beauty, this course requires focus for every foot fall (I got distracted on an easy, level part and completely ate sh**). The weather called for light rain (my favorite!) but race day brought freezing rain all morning and then thick snow fall as the race got underway…. found out later from a local that the nearest weather station rarely accurately predicts the park weather. Moral of the story, be prepared for anything and if you’re traveling, pack your whole kit whether you think you’ll need it or not. I was under prepared for the conditions and was lucky not to have had a more serious outcome.

DIFFICULTY
4
PRODUCTION
4
SCENERY
5
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4

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This is a Road Relay with amazing views on every leg (of course.... some of those views you might not get to enjoy until the drive home, since this is … MORE

This is a Road Relay with amazing views on every leg (of course…. some of those views you might not get to enjoy until the drive home, since this is an overnight run). This well oiled machine has been in action for decades and if you run all 10 legs, you’ll get to see your name added to the Senator’s Cup!

DIFFICULTY
3
PRODUCTION
5
SCENERY
4
SWAG
4

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