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Race report: Don’t Get Lost Raid the Hammer Adventure Race

Blame it on the fallen leaves! This year was to be my second time participating in the Don’t Get Lost Raid the Hammer Adventure Run, again with my teammates Rebecca and Alasdair. We arrived at Ancaster High School for the … Continue reading

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Race report: Don’t Get Lost Peak2Peak Adventure Run

After competing in the Ontario Orienteering Championships sprint and middle distance races on Saturday, October 28, I was up for one more race on the Sunday – the Don’t Get Lost Peak2Peak Adventure Run! This would be great preparation for … Continue reading

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Race report: Niagara sprint triathlon

It may have been a triathlon, but this one started with a pre-race in-water dance – well, at least for 2 people! It had been 5 years since Alasdair and I raced the Niagara sprint triathlon in Grimsby, but we … Continue reading

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Race report: Don’t Get Lost Raid the Rib Orienteering Race

It’s amazing how one wrong turn can change everything! Saturday was to be my 2nd time doing an orienteering race with Alasdair and our friend Rebecca, after last fall’s Raid the Hammer. We arrived at Ball’s Falls Conservation Area in Jordan, … Continue reading

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Race report: Don’t Get Lost Icebreaker Adventure Run 2016

There’s nothing quite like starting a race by running right up the Niagara Escarpment! Today’s race had hills, stairs, mud and burrs – and was a blast! My friend Rebecca and I signed up for this morning’s Don’t Get Lost … Continue reading

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Race Report: Don’t Get Lost Raid the Hammer Adventure Run 2016

When I woke up the morning of the race, I wondered if my pre-race dreams were foreshadowing how the day would unfold. Would I find my teammate? Would my map be complete? Would I figure out where I was on … Continue reading

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