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Race dates for 2015: Dirty Duo Sat Mar 7, 2015 (reg is now open, sold out in 2014); Iron Knee/Tender Knee (sold out 2014) Sun May 24, 2015; Fat Dog 120 Aug 14-16, 2015; Hallow's Eve Sat Oct 24, 2015; and Phantom Run Sat Nov 14, 2015 (sold out in 2014).

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Clinic registration is now open for 2015 and starts with Dirty Duo training Jan 10. Train for 15, 25 or 50 km distances. Here is trail list of meeting locations for Intermediate, and for Advanced. Dirty Duo race is included and you will receive coupon to register.

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Dirty duo race route will be revised due to Twin Bridge closure. I am meeting with Metro Vancouver to find out their long term plans. Stay tuned. Metro Vancouver says you can view rockslide from Fisherman's Trail and you can view Twin Bridge from west side. Closures are small area, see this map. Fisherman's is open on west side so you can still do Twin Bridges, Fisherman's and Homestead loop. On east side Fisherman's is open from Riverside to Mystery Creek. Bottle Top is closed.

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12 km, 19 km and 24 km Phantom results for 2014. Photos posted: some 19 km by Rick Arikado, finish line by Phil. We raised $1183 for North Shore Rescue! We also contributed food to Food Bank. Thank you for giving back.

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FAT DOG race dates for 2015 are Aug 14-16. Registration is now open. The 120 mile event is a qualifier for Western States (NEW) for 2016, and for Hardrock. The 120 mile event makes top 9 toughest ultras list by Outside Online!! The 9 Toughest Ultramarathons.

Trail Work

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Next date: Nov 29 date is cancelled; see you in 2015. Thanks for help Sat Nov 22 at 9 am, at LSCR yellow gate just past the cemetery on Lillooet Road. Wear old clothes, bring work gloves if you have them.
Let us know you are coming. See Trail Work page. So far in 2014, Mountain Madness crews have done 25 days and 511 hours of trail work.

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Theories on Cramping
Check out Curb Ivanic's Core Running site and his three part series on cramping.