This weekend –yes, the whole weekend– is the Texas Independence Relay. Eleven of us will be driving from Austin to Bastrop to begin our journey. We’ll traverse the badlands of Texas on two legs from Bastrop to Houston along local roads for a total of 201 miles. The route is broken up into 40 legs, divided among the team. When we’re not running, we’ll be in one of the two team vans. I’ll be in van #2 with four others cheering runners, eating, and notably not showering. Our team gets things started at 1:30pm on Saturday March 31st.
In terms of actual running, I’ll be tackling three
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of the more difficult sections. If all remains as planned, my first run is 6.09 miles starting at 7:30pm Saturday. Next will be 6.6 miles, starting at 2:30am Sunday. … … … And my third run is 6.7 miles at 9:20am Sunday. The actual starting time for each depends on how everyone else has been doing. Barring any mishaps, the team should be crossing the finish line around 2:15pm on Sunday April 1st (27 hours after the start).
It’s going to be a lot of fun and I’ll try to give some live updates as well as the obvious post-run “race” report. Keep an eye out for Team Austinia (#292)!