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100: Head/Heart/Feet Screening in Cornish #vt100 #VT #NH

100: Head/Heart/Feet 
Cornish/Windsor Screening
Dec. 6, 2014 6 p.m.
Cornish Elementary School
Cornish NH
Join us at the Cornish Elementary School for a full screening of the feature length documentary "100: Head/Heart/Feet" from Hammer & Saw Films:

If you thought 26.2 miles was tough, lace up your running shoes for a journey into the world of ultrarunning. "100: Head/Heart/Feet" follows Ultrarunner Zak Wieluns as he attempts to run The Vermont 100 Endurance Race, one of the original 100 mile runs in the USA. Filmed on the race's 25th anniversary, "100: Head/Heart/Feet" records the stories of handlers, pacers and crew members while exploring the friendships that motivate their preparation for this grueling race over Vermont's paved streets, gravel back roads and wooded trailsin daylight and darkness all within a 30 hour time limit. This is the real life struggles of a middle-of-the-pack runner training to take on one of the most intense physical feats in sports.
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Another Normal #VT100

Wednesday, November 05, 2014
By Pete Redington

Pete Redington Photo

Amy Rusiecki laces up her running shoes one foot at a time, just like us mortals. She makes her way to the trailhead, then heads off at a gentle gait. And I follow.

We’re at the Notch Visitor’s Center on Route 116 in the Holyoke Range. The autumn leaves, just past peak, are scattered about the forest floor. The sun plays hide and seek behind the ridge. It is late afternoon. It had rained earlier, but now the sky is clear. Still, the tree roots and rocks that dot the trail are slippery, especially under cover of the leaves. We don’t gain too much elevation, but the route is not flat either. A few minutes later, we’re on a section of trail I never knew existed.

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Way to Go Amy!!