What is it like running a Stage Race?
Updated: Jul 15, 2020
In August I had the amazing experience of running the TransRockies stage race in Colorado. I became the first female amputee to take on this race. The race has two options: A six-day race, which covers 120 miles of running with a 20,000 ft elevation gain and a three-day option, which covers 60 miles with an 8,000 ft gain. This race is challenging not only because of the terrain and distances but also because you run at altitude. Stage 1 starts at a staggering 8,000 ft. This was the first time that I did a stage race and the first time that I ran at altitude — and I loved it. - Read the full blog post over here - Garmin