DNF: What Would It Take For You To Not Finish A Race?
By This Runner's Trials on October 13, 2011
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(Editor's Note: By nature, long-distance runners are a hearty, die-hard bunch. So crying uncle isn't an easy thing to do. Under what circumstances should a runner decide to not finish a race? Cramps, dehydration, labor pains? Read on to see what Jen, from This Runner's Trials, thinks about quitting. ~js)
What would it take for you to drop out of a race? Show of hands: How many of you have been in a race and it started going so badly that you wanted to quit? Since I can't see through the internet, I'm guessing most of you raised your hands. Another show of hands: How many of you actually stopped and got a D(id) N(ot) F(inish) in said crappy race? I'm guessing not very many of you. . .
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