The 200-mile, 24-hour relay. If you hang around this blog for just a couple of minutes, it’ll quickly become clear that I’m pretty obsessed. So obsessed, that I decided it was time to collect all my relay-related posts into one place where my love for the greatest race in the world can be clearly documented.
Scroll down to read recaps of the relays I’ve run since starting the blog in March 2010.
If you have questions about relays, are looking for a teammate for a relay you are running, or just want to talk relays with another crazy runner, leave a comment below or send me an email. I promise it’s one of my favorite running things to talk about.
Prepare for Your Next Relay
Planning a relay or not quite sure if you’re ready to take the relay-plunge? Read these posts to find out how it works, what to expect, and find a little relay inspiration.
My application video for the 2011 Nuun HTC all-female blogger team:
12 Runners. 24 Hours. 200 Miles – how it all works
Be Careful What You Wish For – how I decided to run a relay the day before it started with a team of strangers
I Wanna Run Hood to Coast! – application to be a part of Nuun’s female blogger team for HTC
Recaps of the relays I’ve done since starting to blog at Health on the Run in March of 2010:
2010 Green Mountain Relay Recap - Green Livers
2010 NH Reach the Beach Relay Recap – Baby, We Were Born to Run
2011 Cape Cod Relay Recap – Kenyan JV Team
Cape Relay Cliff Notes (the short & sweet version)
2011 MA Reach the Beach Relay Recap – Puke & Rally
2011 Hood to Coast Relay – AfterNuun Delight (scroll down)
2012 Hood to Coast Relay – AfterNuun Delight Team Night (scroll down)
2012 Ragnar Vegas Relay – Undecided2 Ultra – 25:58:07; 1st Place Women; 1st Place Ultra
Hood to Coast Relay 2011 Recaps:
The Power of a Relay (initial thoughts after running HTC)
10 Bloggers, 200 Miles, and 25 Tubes of Nuun - Part 1 (recap of the relay start and our first set of legs)
Hood to Coast Video (the official Nuun team race video)
Hood to Coast Relay 2012 Recaps:
What a Difference a Year Makes (reflections on life changes between year 1 and year 2 of HTC)