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Stu's 30k

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The next big race is Stu's 30k! Sunday March 6, 2011! Register Online- https://www.signmeup.com/site/online-event-registration/73269

  • Just signed up!

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  • Signed up today!

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  • So - what are the plans for a meetup? Before? After with drinks (my preference :) )?

    What do you all think?

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  • I'm always up for BOTH! But I have to work at 6p, so not too many drinks (okay, maybe 1)...

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  • Ok... Here's the deal. I'll be in the Middle School Gym (or wherever they have us gather pre-race) by at least 10am, maybe earlier. I like corner's, so I will find a corner and put-up the #NERTs/dailymile sign (hard to miss). Come-over, meet, greet, stretch, warm-up together, whatever.

    After the race, at 2pm'ish the NERTs will be meeting-up at Old Timers, 155 Church Street, Clinton MA
    01510 (so you can google/mapquest it) it's pretty much down the block and across the street from the middle school. It's website is here - http://www.oldtimerrestaurant.com/

    Hope to see you there!

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  • in reply to what Ultra Doug said:Ok... Here's the deal. I'll be in the Middle School Gym (or wherever they have us gather pre-race) by at least 10am, maybe earlier. I like corner's, so I will find a corner and put-up the #NERTs/dailymile sign (hard to miss). Come-o... read more

    RSVP here: http://www.dailymile.com/meetups/11-stu-s-30k-nerts-dailymile-meet-up-s

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  • You'll find me in one of the corners of the gym with my "dailymile/#NERTs" sign...

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    Do you think a relatively new runner can get ready for this race if they start training now (and manage to finish it:) )?

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  • It's a very challenging race, but with 8 months to train and prepare, absolutely!

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