Best thing is to show up at Foresthill about 3:30 - 4PM and sign up as a
volunteer pacer. Volunteers will pace runners coming through on a first
come first serve basis. Any runner coming through who needs a pacer makes
the request and the volunteers are tapped to pace in the order they sign up.
I did that one year - was second in line to pace, and helped a guy from Ohio
get in under 24 hours.
If you decide to pace a particular person they may or may not have the kind
of day you are hoping for or they may even drop. By volunteering you are
guaranteed a person to pace.
Just my opinion.
] On Behalf Of
Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2011 2:18 PM
Subject: [ws100] Pacer Available
I am a male runner from San Francisco, CA.
I am very experienced on mountain trails and wet, rocky, technical terrain.
I am also experienced running at night on trails.
My maximum pace for 30 miles (48 km) is ~8 min / mile (5 min/km) (~ 3,000
feet of gain) I'm ok with pacing from 8 min to 12 min pace average.
Seeking to pace 30 miles or so or Foresthill to the finish.
hugh at ob-kc dhat com
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