Spine Race 2016
The Spine Race
Packing fast. For a moment entropy of our room teached the levels of mid-sized black hole or a women's purse.
Speaking to BBC.
Happy to start! I feel like I was flying.
On our way to High Cup Nick
Coming to CP4 at Alston
Eoin ready to go at CP4.
Fresh and rested, ready to hunt down Eoin [CP4].
Post race recovery.
Going up the Jacob's Ladder
Setting off for the last leg from Belligham.
CP2 - Thinking how to break away from those two.
Rough Terrain. Sometimes it is better to look where you run instead of watching map/gps.
Eugenio chasing me at Hawes [CP2].
Alston - getting ready for a chase.
Going down Hawes, Greater Shunner Fell is awaiting.
Last descend to Hawes.
Kirk Yetholm! Finish line!
Pen-y-ghent is ready for us.
Setting up from Middleton.
Last hill before Kirk Yetholm.
See you soon. On my way down to Dufton.
Running down to Dufton.
Before the start. I usually use map for most of the time.
Basically, this is what got me through the Spine Race.
Finish line. Finish is a reward in itself. But is also the point where everthing starts to fall apart. Here I felt really good and happy, collapse came moments later.