Hood to Coast Relay: Team Morning!

Since Nuun’s announcement of the Hood to Coast Team in April, I  have thought about the race approximately 1,963,047,850 times. This is truly not an exaggeration. I absolutely cannot wait to board the plane on August 22nd and head to Seattle to meet some amazing people and promote a product that I strongly believe in.

I have also been waiting *patiently* since that day in April for the awesome people at Nuun to announce the 12-person teams and which legs we will be running. That announcement was made yesterday and it makes it all seem even closer and more real.

I am BEYOND excited to be a part of Team Morning AfterNuun Delight!

I am in Van 1, Runner #2. My fellow van mates are:

My Van 2 Teammates are:

I can’t wait to meet everyone (including all of the ladies on Team Noon and Team Night)!

Here is the breakdown of my legs:

I got my first choice of legs, which is so awesome. I originally wanted this position because it has challenging legs and a variety of runs including a downhill run, a flat run and a run with rolling hills. I am also excited that I am in Van 1, because that means I will get the opportunity to go to the top of Mt. Hood for the start of the race!

I know that August is going to sneak up on me quickly and between now and then, I definitely need to include some double days in my schedule. I should also practice running downhill so that I don’t trash my legs on the first run!!

Motivation Alert: I am thinking I will start my two-a-day runs tomorrow :)

About Corey

I am a 30-something swim, bike, run addict married to my best friend and in love with my two schnoodle doggies.
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22 Responses to Hood to Coast Relay: Team Morning!

  1. Caroline says:

    I got my first pick also! and I am also happy to be in van 1!!!

  2. Laura says:

    I’m so excited for you! I recognize many of those ladies… you’re all gonna have a blast. Can’t wait to hear about it! Definitely start prepping for that downhill. :)

  3. Excited to be on your team!! Have to admit, I’m a little jealous of the challenge of your leg…I kind of wanted a more challenging one this year but I’m happy just to be there. And if it means doing the same one I did last year…well, great! :) Looking forward to meeting you.

  4. How exciting! I can’t wait to hear all about it and I love the diversity of your runs – good luck training :)

  5. woot woot, you are going to have soooo much fun!!! enjoy the heck out of it

  6. jennifer f says:

    see you in August! whoot!

  7. Ricole Runs says:

    YAAAYYY!! GO TEAM MORNING!!!! :-) You are going to CRUSH those legs! I definitely recommend running some huge downhills for practice (have someone drop you off at the top of some mountain!). I CAN’T WAIT!

    • Corey says:

      Ah that’s a good idea! I was wondering how I was going to practice running down, but that’s a good idea! We have the perfect mountain here to practice on!

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  9. Steph says:

    So excited to meet you and be in the same van!!! So excited for my downhill run too, it’s going to be tough to control it and not fly down it.

    • Corey says:

      ahhhhh! I can’t wait! I have been told that I need to have someone drop me off at the top of a mountain and run down it to practice! Yikes!

  10. elizabeth says:

    i love our team!! so excited!!!

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