Lowlander (Course ~12.2 km). It was a ton of fun, but I probably ended up doing more following than navigating. I did have a couple good legs though.
I ran the first map primarily with Tori and Max. The first leg (which was really long) sort of determined who I was going to run with. I was trying to follow Julia, but she kept on getting away with me, so then I followed Angelica, but then she started to get away from me as well (it was a lot of uphill), so I finally found myself behind Tori and decided I wasn't going to shift from there. On a side note, I had no clue where I was that whole leg.
For the rest of the first map, I actually navigated, sometimes taking charge and other times just confirming what we were doing was smart. We had a fun route choice straight through the widest part of a marsh, and while I didn't decide to do that, I did willingly run straight in after Tori, so... maybe I wasn't navigating as well as I thought I was.
We lost Tori at the beginning of the trail run because she was doing the Highlander, so I was expecting to have to do some solo navigation, but because Max and I took a little too long of a water/snack break (it looks like we lost ~3 min), Angelica caught up with us. My plan immediately turned into stay with Angelica and I stayed in contact with the map for the first two legs, before ultimately giving up and just running.
I ended up finishing a lot better than I thought and I really didn't feel too bad physically, that is when I first finished. After sitting around for I bit, I really started to feel the hills. Ultimately though, I was surprised by how (relatively) in shape I felt.
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