A few words about Headlands 50M:
I must admit that dropping the race at mile 46 gave me a bit of disappointment and it also took a lot from me. First of all, i think i made the right decision on dropping the race. I could have hiked the remaining 4 miles and finish the race but that meant risking a more serious injury and i don't want to do that anymore. I have no intention on spending the least amount of injury time, i have done that in the past and don't want to do it again. Another good reason for my decision is the fact that i am registered for The North Face 50M on December and i want to be healthy for that one. I don't know how healthy i will be on December first but i will do a strict rehab until then and see what happens.
Another thing worth mentioning is the fact that around this time last year i began venturing with blogger. It has been so interesting to think that for the past year i have wrote what i do for training nearly every day. There is no doubt that the passion i have developed for ultrarunning has made the time consuming and dedication of writing your everyday activities almost effortless task.