Thursday, October 23, 2008

Ragnar Sherpa I a Go!

Today I leave for my next endurance adventure. It's gonna be filled with late nights, playing the tunes waaaaaaaay loud, lots of coffee and Red Bull, and hanging out with four super cool athletes for a 180 mile trek through central Texas. And who knows, there may be some mystery, intrigue, and danger too.

Call me a sherpa as I will be driving the sole support van for Team White Line Fever during the Ragnar Texas Relay.

Be sure to follow along this weekend as I blog and Twitter about the relay and the athletes as they make their way from San Antonio to Austin via the beautiful (and challenging) Texas Hill Country.

The team of ultra runner veterans and novices are: Brett, the host of the Zen and the Art of Triathlon podcast, Professor Erich, a frequent guest of said podcast, Coach Adam, the man behind all of the good works at Race with Purpose , and Richard, , a.k.a. LongRunner, the former coach of San Antonio Fit and veteran ultra distance runner.

You can keep up with us in several ways like reading the blog at TeamWhiteLineFever.com, or this little ol' blog as well. Also you can follow along as we all update using Twitter by following WhiteLineFever or the tweets of TriBoomer.

The podcast recorders with be recordin' and the photos will be a snappin' to capture the fun, the challenges and the conquest of this inaugural event.

Stay tuned...

2 comments:

Brent Buckner said...

What great support you're giving your crew!

Wendy said...

Have a wonderful time -- I know you'll be a most excellent sherpa!