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Come on out to The Dizzy GOAT where you get to choose how long you run, walk, or crawl on this challenging looped course, over and over, and… get the idea? 3-ish mile loops of uphill and downhill trails. On the Summer Solstice. Stop, take a break… heck, take a … MORE
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    bioprofsd REPEAT RUNNER '22

    Yes, this was one tough course with a little over 100 feet of elevation gain per mile. For the third year in a row, the G.O.A.T.z. trail running club move … MORE

    Yes, this was one tough course with a little over 100 feet of elevation gain per mile. For the third year in a row, the G.O.A.T.z. trail running club move the course to another location. This time it was at the Chalco Hills Recreation Area southwest of Omaha in the Chalco suburb. Just to give you an idea, we started out by going up a sledding hill that was almost as much elevation gain as a short bunny skiing slope. Right after that, we went down a long, gradual downhill through a row of trees for about a half a mile. That was the easiest part of the course, but all runners know that whatever goes down, must go back up again. We then took a hairpin turn onto an exposed power line with some really big rolling hills that were mostly uphill for about another half of a mile. After that, there were more hills, but not as long or as steep as in the first mile. There weren’t any really scenic vistas as we were in a suburb of Omaha, and there wasn’t much in the way of wildlife, although I did see white-tailed deer on the trail right in front of me that was standing in the sunlight and looked beautiful. I also heard a lot of birds singing along the trail, but didn’t see many of them except for a pair of Northern Cardinals. The swag was really nice as is usually the case with the G.O.A.T.z. trail running club. We received a nicely colored cotton t-shirt, a wooden finisher’s award for those who stayed out on the course for the full time, and a very nice looking trucker’s cap. The main aid station was well supplied, although I didn’t rely much on solid food for this one, but instead relied on a combination of Maurten sports drink, Tailwind, Coca cola, and Powerade.

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