I don’t have any printer for my Mac Air and this what I did on the day before I left Manila for the TransLantau 100 Trail Run. I simply wrote the names of the Checkpoints on a piece of paper (one of the pages of my Notebook) with the accumulated number of kilometers covered once I reach such point. A simple description of the terrain (uphill or downhill) is written beside the number of kilometers covered.
I kept this piece of note/paper inside a small ziplock to keep it dry from my perspiration and placed it in one of the shoulder pockets of my Ultimate Direction’s AK Signature Series Hydration Vest. Every time I would check in in a Checkpoint or eat my foods in the Aid Stations, I would have a glimpse of this piece of paper and find out what to expect in the next section of the race.
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Congratulations for the great finish. I think you could be one of the oldest, if not the oldest, TransLantau finishers. I am 61 and finished in 23h45m. Paul Tsang, Hong Kong.
thank you! i hope to be back next year in one of your ultra races. hope to see you then. keep on running!