TNF 50k ultramarathon in 50 words

18 hours of running, climbing, walking;
Countless times I thought of quitting.
Sweat, blood and tearsβ€”literallyβ€”
All were part of this TNF journey.
Trails were endured; limits were defied;
Faith and friendship were fortified.
It’s a spiritual, mental and physical encounter.
Thanks, fellow runners and support; we didn’t falter!

Photo after crossing the finishline. Courtesy of Glenn Mundo
The Taong Grasa Look. Thanks to Glenn Mundo for waiting at the finishline and taking this photo.

7 thoughts on “TNF 50k ultramarathon in 50 words

  1. hi wilson! thanks for dropping by. like the trails much? πŸ™‚

    dennis! thanks for your tips and for accompanying us in maculot! congrats on your finish, too! πŸ™‚

    hi carrey! nice of you to visit and leave a comment. i dropped by your blog and saw you enjoy the trails, too. nice! were you at tnf, too? πŸ™‚

  2. hi jai! thanks! congrats on your podium finish! πŸ™‚

    boss basti, thanks! umm, i can’t see myself doing bdm simply because it has the word “death” in it. haha. πŸ™‚ the trail’s more appealing (for me). πŸ™‚ dua ka na soon!

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