Chris, Brittany and Mark talk with Caryn and special guest Laura Bailey about their experience running their first Ragnar Relay event: The Reach the Beach Relay. Covering more than 200 miles over two days, running, eating, sleeping and driving with a team of your soon-to-be closest friends, Ragnar races sound like they provide a great opportunity for lots of fun.
- How far do you have to run and how often?
- How and when do you sleep and eat?
- Who is in charge of logistics like renting and driving vans, and supplying food and water?
- What if you get lost?
- Why does Caryn think the transition points are like refugee camps?
- What sorts of fun costumes, van decorating or other shenanigans are there?
- And much, much more!
Plus, listen to Laura Bailey, our first guest on the Team Shenanigans Podcast, become the first to tackle our Five Questions!
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