Monday, June 13, 2011

Bit Of A Break

First: here is an interview I gave late last week.

Second:

On my run Saturday morning I'd just descended Green Mountain and was about to leave the Chautauqua meadows dirt for the mile-long paved jog back to my apartment when--on an embarrassingly benign stretch of smooth trail--I caught my left toe on something and instead of just faceplanting (and merely scraping/bruising my forearms) like I usually do, my right leg came through to catch my fall, which would've been fine except that my right knee then hyperextended violently with an audible crack and I fell to the ground. As this happened I had a few involuntary screams owing to the fact that I'd just ripped my hamstring and IT band off the fibular head, along with a sizeable chunk of bone. Of course, I wouldn't really know that until later after I got x-rays and whatnot, which apparently also show some potential damage to the tibial plateau.

(Misplaced hunk of bone floating around there above the fibular head.)
With many thanks to a lot of friends--most notably Jeremy Rodgers for calmly and efficiently dealing with my desperate phone calls and emails on a weekend--I'll be seeing an orthopedist here in Boulder later this week to determine the full extent of the damage (via a CT scan) and to see what it's going to take to get this puppy healed and back to strength.  Preliminary prognosis (given no ACL damage, which is possible) is 6-8 weeks on crutches and then another 4+ weeks on top of that before I can start thinking about taking a running step.

It's still kinda hard for me to grasp the fact that I'm going to miss the entire summer of spectacular weather, but it's not really worth worrying about facts that are now out of my control and I definitely realize that, unfortunately, there are plenty of people out there with even more debilitating and serious concerns than a blown-up knee.  Doesn't mean it doesn't still suck, though.

140 comments:

Tuck said...

So sorry to hear about this. Heal up quickly!

Scott Dunlap said...

Man, that sucks. But you still have the outdoors! Get some knobby tips for those crutches, and hopefully we will see you out there.

Best of luck with the recovery!

SD

- said...

Very sorry to hear that but heal up quickly so we can all watch you tear it up again. You are an inspiration!!!

Bryon Powell said...

Sorry, Anton. Best of luck with a speedy recovery. The mountains will still be there when you're healed.

David F. said...

I am sorry to hear that Anton. I hope you get well soon brother!

this bee's knees. said...

Let's hope this is the last of your health hiccups and between effective healing and a forced rest, you find yourself stronger than ever and that much more hungry for the mountains. Be well.

lizsong said...

major bummer! :(
i hope you find bits & chunks of joy in this season of rest and restoration. it's a hard and good thing.

brider (aka David) said...

Wow Tony... Heal up quick. I know it's hard to look at the time off, missing a season. But you'll be back. Keep thinking long term. Do what the therapists tell you, and you'll make it.

From some one who's missed more than one season...

Godspeed.

Holler said...

There are worse places to spend a summer on the mend than Boulder, CO.

Brett said...

LOL @ some of those responses in the linked to interview: "I have almost nothing interesting to say on this topic."

Yes it always could be worse - cancer diagnosis, permanent injury, etc...but I'm sure that does quite little to cheer anybody up. Best of luck on your recovery.

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jun said...

Fantastic perspective on what is, without a doubt, a very sucky situation. Heal up, get better, and get to it.

ro6er said...

Grim! sorry to hear this :(
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Rob Timko said...

Sorry to hear man, if you need to relax in a hot tub or pool, and a beer this summer, my wife and I live at 33rd/Arapahoe with a pretty nice facility/community center. You're more than welcome to come take advantage.

- Rob and Laurie (the New Jersey couple...)

Billy said...

AWFUL Tony. Damn man. Hope you're able to come back stronger than ever.

Derek said...

Sorry to hear this. I'm currently dealing with a tight Tibialis and recovery has been slow coming. Your perspective on your own injuries has inspired me to re-think this season of rest and restoration.

Thanks!

- db

Jason said...

I just posted today about responding to adversity and then I find this. Ugh. As an athletic trainer and a budding trail runner who owes you for the inspiration you provide, I have the utmost empathy for you right now.

Here's to wishing you a fast recovery.

arareko said...

Bummer. Really bad news.

Wishing you speedy and good recovery :)

mtnrunner2 said...

I'm really sorry to hear it. Hope you have a fast recovery and peace of mind in the meantime...

Charlie said...

Proponents of the Law of Attraction will say that you sent out negative vibes into the universe and brought this calamity upon yourself. Opponents like me will say that shit just happens.

It bums me out to read of your misfortune. I live vicariously through your running and racing, and this bad news stings like a bitch. I hope you have a complete recovery and are back on the trails again soon.

Josh said...

Oh man.. This truely sucks, Mend patiently!!

nikto said...

Get well soon Anton...

Fan of you from Turkey

EMRE TOK
Trail Blog: www.geziyorum.net

Andrew Krone said...

Heal Quick, so sorry to hear!!

Coolrunnings said...

Damn...you'd think this would have made the Daily Camera! Bit of levity to help you through the pain....I hope.

vis said...

Bumhair. Perhaps a chance to center. Over the internets, you seem like a person who acts passionately and intelligently (if that combo is possible) in your endeavors. Here's to a great recovery.

And a small suggestion: Change the blog title to Jamming the Wind and give the people what they want--more succulent videos and tunes complemented by the profound musings of Tony K.

Ian said...

Ouch, so bummed to hear the bad news Tony. Positive thoughts and vibes on your CT scan. I wish you the best of luck in your recovery.

Ian

Eric said...

I'm sure "wow dude, that sucks!!" falls woefully short of an appropriate level of dismay, but in the interest of keeping this PG-13...wow dude, that sucks!

Get well soon and try to enjoy your summer all the same. Perhaps you can catch up on your reading while you're on the mend?

Eric

frizatch said...

Ouch. Sympathies! I know you'll be back out there in no time... I picked up trail running AFTER having a major tibial plateau fracture, so maybe you can find some quick-healing inspiration in that.

voyrapido said...

Heal well and fast. You'll be crushing those hills in no time. Boulder will be good to ya.

'The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle.'

Brian said...

Blessing in disguise, extensive forced down-time to bring you back rested, healed, and strong for whatever comes next. Good luck and enjoy some great books.

Burt said...

a season missed now; a vibrant season (or maybe two) added to your longevity.

as an old guy with 21 years of ultras under my belt I would trade a season off back in the day for a decent season now. they are tough to come by.

heal well. take from it what the experience has to give.

thanks for sharing both the trials and the triumphs

Chris said...

Bad news. Heal up quickly.

jessica said...

You absolutely rock and if anyone can come through this stronger, it will be you!

Daniel said...

That is very rough. Glimpses of mortality come at the most unexpected times. I am sure you will be able, eventually, to find the positive and emerge stronger and wiser.

So sorry to hear about this. Heal up fast.

-Daniel

Michael said...

Tony, your still amazing. Rest my friend, you'll be strong in no time at all.

Michael (St. Louis)

BarefootMatt said...

Recovering from a fibula fracture myself...was bummed also but decided to make lemonade with lemons...doing weight lifting and other non-running cardio..I think my body appreciated the change in scenery :) speedy recovery to you.
Matt

Jame said...

Damn. That sucks.

I broke my fibula by slipping on a patch of ice while walking home a few years ago. Came back strong and have been running better than ever since then. Heal up well! Hope your doctor is as good as mine was.

(and it was good to see you at the top of Green, whatever the rest of the day held)

ben said...

I'll get some good mountain miles in for you Tony. Keep enjoying the summertime, life is for living!

Grady the Good said...

Bummer ... good luck recovering

Josh said...

Bet you fly like a bat out of hell your first race back ;)

Topher & Kim said...

Wishing you a speedy recovery Tony!

shannon said...

You're an amazing runner in peak physical condition so you will most likely have a shortened recovery period compared to the average runner.

I'm going in tomorrow for an x-ray to determine if I have a stress fracture in my left foot. No running for a while. Totally sucks ...

Steven said...

Definitely a bummer to hear about this, as you're always an inspiration to my training and racing. I wish you a good prognosis and the swiftest of recoveries so you can start banking Greenies again!

ozarktri said...

Cringed about halfway through and really hated to read this post.

I wish you a speedy and enlightening recovery. You'll be fine!

Anton said...

All,

Thanks so much for all the kind words--I really appreciate it and every little bit helps to keep the mood positive. Enjoy the trails!

T

Will Robinson said...

Seems like its been a bit of a rough year for you. Your right though, it could be worse. Appreciate your positivity in a crappy situation. Heal up quick.

goldentrails said...

Anton,

I'm so sorry to hear about your injury. It sucks to be sidelined (I'm in the same boat right now). Somehow I find it motivating to enjoy running even more when I get back.

I hope you feel the same.

Rainshadow Running said...

sorry dude!! heal up and get back out there! we'll be sending you our healing energy

Aaron said...

So sorry to hear that Tony, I hope the CT scan is as positive as possible. Good luck in the recovery, your positive outlook will get you through it quicker than you think I bet.

monica said...

oh tony this just blows!!! but way to turn it around and put it all in perspective. even while facing adversity, you continue to inspire us. so please please please keep us posted on how you're spending your time in boulder, what you're listening to, what you're reading, and how you're healing!!! we can all earn from you and appreciate what you have to teach us!! godspeed!!!

Dahiya said...

Ouch, that X-ray is talking & saying that you should rest, be patient for while. I don't know how much you believe in Homeopathic medicine Anton(/Tony) but Symphytum has done wonders on my patients (Animals).
I feel your pain of not running up the mountain, as I am in a same kinda situation these days (not so worse), but hey all your strength & endurance aint going no where!
Have a speedy recovery :)

Forbes Browne said...

Best of luck and I wish you a speedy recovery. I hope you can enjoy this break and maybe indulge in a little writing. :-)

Vincent Toumazou said...

Dear anton,

You have now to be patient but you can (should) still be confident! Last year, in january 2010, my tibial plateau was broken (without displacement). I was a disaster for me as you can imagine. Six month later, I was finisher of the Badwater Ultramarathon (my first Badwater, a great memory).
After the accident, it took me 8 weeks before running. It was perfect to spend time working on mental preparation and motivation (visualization and sophrology are perfect exercices to remain in the running process) but also to spend time with my wife, chirldren, friends...

I am sure you will not waste your time. You gonna be stronger when you'll be back!
Good luck for your recovery.

Amicalement,

Vincent
PS: enjoy our Badwater movie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtT6AEnj-Ns

Bipolar Boy said...

Bad luck Anton. Rest up and get well soon.

Matt.

Julius said...

Rest and heal up, Tony. I'm sure you will come back badder and stronger in no time.

TonyP said...

Sorry to hear this, Tony. Recover well.

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solarweasel said...

this definitely sucks, man.

perhaps use this as an opportunity to put your unflappable willpower toward something else for a while... like writing a book :)

mongarli said...

Oh, no...

I'm sure you'll take the best out of this, anyway.

A hug from Italy!
Mauro

Barry Bliss said...

Good interview.
Good luck, bro.

Derrick said...

So sorry to hear. That really sucks. I had a fluke broken ankle on a fall 6 years ago. Then had 3 spectacular falls in the same run a few weeks ago and nothing. Strange sport indeed.

You'll bounce back stronger than ever. Heal quickly and stay positive.

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GZ said...

"a bit of a break" ... nice play on words.

Sorry to hear of your bad luck, and I wish you a speedy recovery. This certainly shows (as has been shown by so many on so many occasions) how quickly the gift we all have can be snatched away.

All the best.

PS - I do expect that with your free time we see a good music album of your creations coming out for download.

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Plodding Blogger said...

Urgh. I imagine this is going to drive you crazy, but somehow you always manage to put a positive spin on things. Stay optimistic. I wish you a speedy recovery...

Shane said...

Best wishes in your rehab/recovery. My son was recently tripped by a track teammate and caught himself in the same manner. His hamstring strain effectively ended his season. When I told him it could have been worse, I did not have this in mind.

Nottheultramarathonman said...

A difficult year by the sound of things. I've certainly missed the regular blogs, always good to hear from those who can really run on both their training and motivation. Good luck with the recovery. Stay mellow.

sb said...

What insanely bad luck! Very, very sorry to hear about it. Character building, I guess. Can't really see you doing pool running workouts, but it might help burn some energy...
Best wishes your way-- Susannah

Jen Allen said...

Ouch! May have been embarrassing to take a fall on a flat, but at least you didn't have to drag yourself down from a steep trail injury. Best of luck with the recovery.

Greg said...

I was very sorry to read this yesterday. Your running and attitude about running and life at large have been an inspiration to me. I'm confident all you've garnered from your efforts in the mountains will help you heal and get back into the highlands. In the mean time, you can reflect more, sit and watch the grass grow, and focus on other aspects of your life. You are an extraordinary runner, but on top of that you're an extraordinary person and much more than merely a mountain runner. Hang in there and heal with all your might!

Wyatt Hornsby said...

Anton, I am very sorry to hear of your injury and quite down about it because I was so hoping you'd return to Leadville and tear it up. I really admire your attitude in the face of adversity--says a lot about your character. Many of the great ones go through tough times, and then come out of it better than ever. You will, too!

Wyatt

Jame said...

While you're healing, let me know if there's anything I can do to help out since I'm in the area. I know when I broke my leg (while recovering from shoulder surgery, which was fantastic . . .) my friends stepped up beyond anything I could have hoped for.

Sending good vibes your way.

Nicholas said...

sorry sorry to hear man, hang in there, recovery is a humbling experience, and can really open your mind more to what this sport is all about. :D

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amy said...

Ugh, falling sucks and getting injured during a fall is the worst. Sorry to hear about it, and I hate it when people tell me I'll come back stronger, but I have found it to be true...

Troy Headrick said...

Great attitude ... one that will actually help the healing. Rest well.

olga said...

Holy crap, Tony. This sucks. 12 weeks...hope Jocelyn can drive you up the mountains for some soul searching. Please come back soon.

J said...

Hang Tough! You will conquer the injury as you have so many miles!

mi55ter said...

Sorry about the injury, Anton. I hope you get better soon. Keep your spirits up! Matt.

Frank said...

Enjoyed the interview.. the comments about the mountains.. and its relationship to your running and training. Good luck on the Injury.. as you know it happens..

thanks.

John said...

Damn. That totally blows. Who knew that trail running was a full-contact sport?

Keep your spirits high, this too shall pass.

Michael said...

Serious hug coming at you brother, that is a rough rough situation to deal with. Everyone reading your blog just got a big dose of gratitude and a kick in the ass to not waste a day of good running. I'm very sorry for the forced down time, but I'm sure you'll use this to do some ultra fantastic other things in your life. I know we all neglect important things due to our love of running, it just sucks when we don't have the choices when we want them. I'm certain you'll come back to the absolute top of the sport soon enough. It's tough to hear this, but 'it could always be worse'. The sport is not going to be the same without you this summer, it's almost like everyone is taking an off season b/c you are...
A big fan, Mike Arnstein

~stubert. said...

Oh man... that thoroughly blows. If you need a great Orthopedist in Boulder, look up Dr. Stephen Paul at Boulder Orthopedics. He also works out of the BCSM. Great guy, understands the athlete's mentality and fantastic surgeon.

Hang tough and recover quickly.

~stubert.

cravens98 said...

Definitely a tough period for you but you shall come out stronger. Take the summer to discover some new great bands and you will be back in the mountains in no time. All the best.

Fairbanks said...

Just wanted to throw another set of good vibes your way Tony! You're an amazing runner and it's clear you inspire quite a few people, including me.

William said...

Best wishes in health Anton. Keep your head up brother!

Jcollins76 said...

Good luck with a speedy recovery!

JessiePants said...

Thinking of you today and sending waves of good thoughts your way.

TheHeapsToe said...

No! I'm sorry to hear about this! I hope you heal up good and can get back to doing what you love. You'll have some prayers out there for ya.

Juli said...

Anton,

I also cracked the tibial plateau. I feel so bad for you but you have a great attitude. What can you do but take it one step at a time. I will miss your running this summer. I talked to you for a bit while you were working in the coffee shop in Leadville in 2008. You are SO nice and humble!

Candice said...

So sorry to hear it. Take care!

Lisa said...

Anton,
This is NOT ok! So sorry to hear it. Although the hyperextension part of the injury was a bit odd, do you think your leg was weakened from Rocky Raccoon?

I am sure you are and will be receiving all sorts of expert advice, some of which I hope includes eating lots of fresh enzyme rich foods like fruits and veggies for optimal healing!
Take good care,

lisa

Paul Charteris said...

Here's wishing you a speedy recovery Anton. I suspect that with all the exercise your legs have had - you'll probably recover at a super-human rate.

Cheers, Paul

Hoppy said...

Make the lemonaid Anton , whilst you heal well. It's always the flat and smooth terrain that catches us off guard. I bet green was pissed too! alohas

Ryan said...

Anton,

I wish you speedy recovery.

Take care.

Ryan

SanDiegoPJ said...

So sorry man! Keep in good spirits and you'll be back in no time.

david said...

So sorry to read you Anton. I wish you a really fast recovery!!

I have enjoyed a lot the interview

Changyao said...

so sorry to here that Tony, try to distract yourself by some other good things in life, and hope you get back to running soon

lunchwithnikki said...

Shiz, that stinks. You're right, there are other things out there people are dealing with, but that doesn't take away the fact that it isn't going to be nice for you to have to sit around.

Get better soon!

PS - I have been following your blog for a bit. I have a HUGE respect for ultra runners like you. It's amazing!

JohnnyB said...

Fortunately as you know, ultra runners are in awesome overall shape which extremely aids in recovery, unlike the average person. For us this most often results in a stronger than ever come back. Recharge physically and mentally as you heal for an awesome come back!
(careful on the crutches especially on stairs) Wishing a speedy recovery

JohnnyB said...

Fortunately as you know, ultra runners are in awesome overall shape which extremely aids in recovery, unlike the average person. For us this most often results in a stronger than ever come back. Recharge physically and mentally as you heal for an awesome come back!
(careful on the crutches especially on stairs) Wishing a speedy recovery

Harsha said...

Tony,
Sorry to hear that. Wishing you a speedy recovery.

H

Malcolm said...

Dag Nammit anyway. Good luck mountain man.

matt said...

Very sorry about your fall. I wish you a very speedy recovery!

rgrjn said...

Anton,
Learning of your injury makes me very sad, as I've so enjoyed following your superlative running exploits for several years and always look forward to your next adventure. Your positive attitude and work ethic will speed you through whatever recovery period is required, and you'll be back in form soon, I'm sure. Best wishes. We'll miss you at WS!

manu said...

Bonjour d'un fan French!

good luck and comes back quickly


Emmanuel

Mark Tanaka (Ultrailnakaman) said...

Ugh!!! I feel these injuries are proportionally more tragic for you truly talented fast guys. Heal well!

Tony Grant said...

Anton, I'm so sorry to hear about this. I wish you a speedy recovery and return to form, and look forwards to reading more of your thoughts.

Tony
(Another person whose life you have had a huge positive impact on)

Aurora said...

Hello Tony,

This Monday 7am running a 5k,same injury. Having a hard time finding the right surgeon. Please, I would like to consult with your doc.
Thank you
Aurora
aim4joy@aol.com

John P said...

Really bummed to hear this. I'm confident you'll come back with renewed passion and appreciation for all you can do.

Triathlon Sean said...

Thoughts, prayers, and good wishes coming your way man! So sorry to hear about this... I know your pain right now. You'll come back stronger than ever Tony. Hang in there! :)

Matt Thalman said...

Hope you heal quickly and end up better than before.

I just got back last night from my first trip to Boulder. I was actually out in Chautauqua Park Saturday morning as part of our first full day in Boulder. Treasure what you've got there. It's a beautiful place.

Lacrosse in Northern Minnesota said...

SO sorry to hear about your injury Anton! What a freak accident. I think about what just happened to you every time I try to catch myself when I trip on the trail. Take your time to heal and then go back to doing what you love...will miss reading about your trail adventures. Really enjoy seeing you run...hope you come back even stronger!

Wyatt Hornsby said...

Anton:

It's obvious from all these comments that many folks out there admire you and are really upset (me included) by what's happened with your leg. Please do us all a favor and keep us updated on what your surgeon says and what the prognosis looks like. Of course, all of that is up to you since it's your own private medical issue.

Wyatt

Vava said...

As Neil Young so accurately said, "Though my problems are meaningless; That don't make them go away."

Wishing you a speedy recovery. And you are absolutely right, this DOES suck. But you are not doubt going to make a full recovery and be back running the mountains better than ever. Chin up.

Collin said...

Holy shit. I can't stop cringing thinking about how much that must have hurt. At the very least, 12 weeks off ought to give everything that's been nagging a chance to heal up once and for good. Good luck for a speedy recovery.

Paulino said...

Animo amigo.

Raimon said...

Anton, lamento moltíssim aquest malaurat accident. Ets una contínua font d'inspiració per a tots nosaltres.
I wish you a fast recovery!!

Ginger Rockstar said...

Hey, contact me if you need to chat. I've been there since 2009. Broke my hip during a 100 miler and haven't been the same since. At the very least, keep the lower leg massaged somehow or you will get a DVT. I got one after two days of inactivity. I can sympathize if you need to vent.
christinecrawford2@gmail.com

Scott said...

Unfortunate accident I'm sad to hear about and we wish you a speedy recovery and peaceful study time. My girlfriend and I were eagerly awaiting the upcoming competition between you and Kilian. I'm sure this is difficult given your high competitiveness and I'd like to leave you with a quote from my boy Bill Shakespeare.

"And this, our life, exempt from public haunt, finds tongues in trees, books in the running brooks, sermons in stones, and good in everything."

Jacob Rydman said...

sorry man, can't imagine the mix of emotions flowing through you. praying for a speedy, yet thorough recovery for you.

Tina said...

Aaaw... man, I just heard, then came over here to your blog to read for myself about what happened to you. Sounds like it was really painful! I hope you're not in a lot of pain now. Please keep us updated as you find out more about the extent of your injury and your recovery.
Tony, you are an amazing runner!! You have inspired me more than you could possibly know. You will surely be missed this season, but you will come back strong for the next year!
Best thoughts to you for a fast recovery,
- Tina

Maya H said...

Only 2 days ago I came to be aware of your running, and was very inspired. Now this! I guess injury is part of a running career. Heal quick.

Nemo Camino said...

Hi Anton,

I follow your adventures, you inspire me when I train.

Bon courage, tu es le bienvenue à Paris.

David
From France

JojaJogger said...

Sorry to hear about your injury. Wishing you a speedy and full recovery.

C.J. Hitz said...

What a huge bummer Tony. Hope the recovery goes well and you're able to use the time you normally would have spent running on another productive project (book maybe?)

CJ

Andy said...

Same sentiments as everyone else -- totally sucks. And because so many of us live/run vicariously thru your running greatness we hurt too when you are down. Will endeavor to add a few extra miles/hours to my usual paltry time on the trail on your behalf, and wish you peace and productivity while you heal. Positive energy for a quick recovery.

Hank said...

The Steadman clinic in Vail is legit if your looking for a good surgeon and treatement. Of course it depends on your insurance as well....

Ripley said...

That's truly awful Anton, I feel bad for you. You have a terrific attitude and continue to be an inspiration to me.
I only missed 6 weeks of running when I tore my calf - and I was a cry-baby for most of those...

MV said...

Tony:

So sorry to hear about your injury. I wish you a quick and full recovery.

Here is a bit of encouragement for you.... I started seriously running about two years ago. My daughter had just been diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. Physical activity is very important for people with cystic fibrosis. I started running to model a healthy lifestyle to my daughter. You have been the source of much inspiration over the last couple of years. Your blog posts and videos have often given me needed motivation. My daughter will also ask to see your videos on youtube. She says your name quite well for a 2 1/2 year old. Thanks for doing what you do.

mindful mule said...

May you heal quickly and strongly and fully and find those trails again real soon. Peace.

josh young said...

Hey Anton. sorry to hear about your injury. Get well soon. If you're ever in Toronto or coming to Toronto, look me up and I'll treat you for free to help get you back on the trails ASAP. I am a therapeutic massage therapist and exercise practitioner with extensive rehabilitation experience. I also use applied kinesiology in my practice to improve treatment outcomes in therapy and exercise. Drop me a line at: joshyoung75@hotmail.com.
I'd be happy to help.

all the best.

Josh

Ben said...

Sorry to hear that!! May you heal like you run... smooth, steady, swiftly!!

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simplyopaque said...

Hey Anton,

I'm sorry to hear about your injury. Hope that it'll heal up quickly. You're an inspiration!! I'll be thinking about you this weekend on my first hundred. I hope to be able to toe up with you at a starting line in the near future even though I'm not there to compete with you or anyone in the elite level. It's just nice to be able to share the same trail with great people.

Jeffrey Noel said...

Hope all goes well with recovery! Patience will definitely come in handy.

"You'll Never Run Alone"

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