So, my second running of the Pikes Peak Marathon was a little harder than I expected. I was successful nonetheless. I crossed the finish line without a heart attack or sprained ankle or even a blister. Judging by the number of people on stretchers and being taken away in ambulances at the finish line, I fared pretty well. I even had the wherewithal to film my ascent to the top of Pikes Peak. Have a look.
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About Steve Lemig
Steve Lemig is the founder of Wilderdad. He's been a lot of things over the years. Skateboarder. Mountain biker. Climber. Snowboarder. Bike mechanic. Forest firefighter. Woodworker. Creative director. These days he's a runner, writer, husband, and father. He writes stories to empower dads and encourage them to share outdoor adventures with their kids as a tool to strengthen families and build respect for the environment. He has also been the Director of Brand Marketing and Communications at Road Runner Sports for the last 16 years.