If you're lucky enough to be in the mountains, you're lucky enough.
A bend in the road is not the end of the road unless you fail to make the turn....
It's gonna get harder before it gets easier. But it will get better, you just gotta make it through the hard stuff first.
Nicely done O!
Ouch! It was fun watching the webcast and see you move up the ranks. Congrats!
Congrats on the finish, Olga. Nice job!-Steve
Congrats Olga. It was fun seeing you there and perservere like you always do. Liza said you were giving her lots of positive energy out there.
Congratulations, Olga. I was watching you on-line, thinking "you rock!"
Sorry to hear that, Olga! Get well soon!
nice...anxious to hear
Awesome, Olga! Even with the little I know about 100 milers, this sounds like a really fast time on a tough course. Those ankles better be healed by April 3rd (and of course they will be) :). Can't wait for a report... and more pictures??
Well done Olga....but OUCH !!!
Olga, thanks for your comment on my blog. It was fun to see you out there, even briefly. Sorry about your ankles -- I feel lucky to have escaped unscathed!
OUCH! That would have woken me up this morning, too. It was great to see you on the course :)
hmmm not so bad if thats all it takes to run under 23 hours ... a couple of twisted ankles to piss you off - lol Great job Olga, congrats!!
It was great to see you out on the course. Awesome run time, and with a bad ankle - WOW. Both of my ankles are twice the usual size - Lots of ice.
Nice job girl! Those feet don't look good at all, ouch. Way to stick it out although I would expect nothing less. Congrats on a nice sub 24 hour 100M. I agree 100M is a long way to go!
It was great seeing you out there Olga! You are such a stubborn (a virtue in ultrarunning!) and strong woman - my inspiration!