2017 started out great. (Well, the race did.) There was little rain, mild weather, and a small field of competitors due to our having been dead a year, so it felt a little like the old days. The pancakes were hot and fluffy thanks to Betsy, the timing crew of Leslie Miller, Jill Hudson and […]
The 2015 incarnation of Dizzy featured rain early on, sunshine later, and the usual confluence of mirth and foolishness as folks looped and looped the lake. Thankfully nobody got hit by a car despite (ahem!) playing in traffic along Highway 99.
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Bib First Name Last Name Division Dizzy Division City State Distance 4 Ginger Adams F 30-39 First Mortgage Seattle WA 12hrs 5 Shawn Aebi M 50-59 Consultant Woodinville WA 12hrs 6 Bob Alexander M 50-59 Consultant Chesterfield MO 12hrs 7 Elisabeth A Allen F 40-49 Midlife Crisis Zillah […]
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Bib First Last Division Laps Finish Time Elapsed 1 John Bandur M70+ 9 2:00 PM 7h 00m 2 Shawn Aebi M50-59 17 6:23 PM 11h 23m 3 Vickey Baker F60-69 10 5:24 PM 10h 24m 4 Margaret Barrett F50-59 11 3:16 PM 8h 16m 6 Jamie […]
Registration for the 2013 running of Dizzy Daze is closed.
Here’s the final list of registered runners – updated 3/21/2013. Note: Some bibs may have changed.
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Bib First Name Last Name City State/Prov. M Category 2 Jaime Abundiz Shoreline WA M M30-39 3 […]
Seeing as the predictions of catastrophe and armageddon for 2012 have failed to materialize three-quarters of a year into 2012, we might as well set a date for the 2013 Dizzy Daze. Barring catastrophe or strange scheduling conflict, it will be March 23rd.
Fair weather and fast times were the dominant features of our 2012 race. Course records fell in the 50K and the marathon for both men and women, and the women’s course record fell in the half. Kevin Douglas ran through the night to set the post-millenial distance record of 100 miles, while 100-mile Greenlake veterans […]
Thanks to some Mayan math, we’re facing (so we’re told) the end of the world. Again. Wasn’t there one of those predictions last year as well?
Given our imminent demise, we might as well take another loop or ten around Seattle’s favorite lake! The fourth (fifth? sixth? We’re too dizzy to remember) […]