Expecting The Unexpected!(Pictures Of TNF100)

21 05 2009

“There is no such thing as a failed experiment, only experiments with unexpected outcomes.” -Richard Fuller

I have compiled some pictures of what TNF100 will gonna be (Thank you Pinoy ultra runners and Miraclecello for these pics), and with your permission, allow me  to post it here, so that by seeing them in advance-will give me a glimpse of what to expect on this gargantuan event…

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What you have seen is only a portion of that 100k elusive trail run. There are still plenty of surprises and unexpected territory beyond the route.

So, let’s stop guessing and be there where the action is!

God be praised!

Wonders of Insects: The cocoon of a silkworm can be unreeled to provide a filament over two thirds of a mile long.

“If your right eye causes you to sin, pluck it out.” -Mathew 5:29

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21 05 2009
miraclecello

The first five pics from the top are of the O’Donnell River/Crow Valley in the dry season I think. It’s located further north in Capas, Tarlac and is the traditional trail for climbing Mount Pinatubo. It shares many of the same characteristics of the Sacobia River — wide, flat, sandy, open, and baking hot.

The 6th pic is the portion of the Sacobia at the start of the rainy season that will be used in the TNF 10K, 20K and 100K, while the 9th and 10th pics are downstream at Sacobia, the 45th and 95th kilometre mark of the 100K.

The 7th and 8th pics are of the trail above the north bank of the Sacobia somewhere between the 40K-45K/90K-95K mark of the 100K .

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