It’s time to announce the second #HPendur team – H+P Millennials!
Young and full of energy, the H+P Millennials are ready to take on the ENDURrun as our youngest team ever. Their main goal is to crush the older H+P ‘In-Betweeners’ and take the overall win at the end of the week.
Follow the H+P ENDURrun team challenges starting August 13th!
Here’s how H+P Millennials stacks up:
Stage 1: Half Marathon
Name: Peter Haller
Proud PBs: 2:57 Marathon
What it takes to compete as a Millennial: The ability to say no when asked to crack open a few cold ones because you need to train in the morning.
Stage 2: 15km TT
Name: Ahmed Ahmed
Weight: 140 something hopefully down to 130 something by race day
Proud PBs: 16:44 5k
What it takes to compete as a Millennial: 10 pack of reeses cups in like 2 minutes (not a joke), be broke and have no job because the past generations ruined the economy for you.
Stage 3: Bechtel 30km
Name: Alex Dos Santos (LEX)
Age: 236 months
Proud PBs: 0.3hr 5k
What it takes to compete as a Millennial: To be a millenial you have to have style and a large selection of bucket hats
Stage 4: 10-mile Wilmot
Name: Pat Spencer
Weight: 143 (full stomach)
Proud PBs: 18:26 5k @ 2016 Fall Classic
What it takes to compete as a Millennial: Eat more vegetables, take more naps, and suffer more on Wilmot Line than other Millenials!
Stage 5: Chicopee 25.6km Alpine
Name: Aidan Rutherford
Proud PBs: 17:39 5k
What it takes to compete as a Millennial: The larger the man bun the faster you run
Stage 6: 10km TT
Name: James Rhydderch
Proud PBs: 10:42 3k
What it takes to compete as a Millennial: Determination, Perseverance, and Hard Work
Stage 7: Marathon
Name: Nick Burt
Proud PBs: 16:54 5k
What it takes to compete as a Millennial: Not only do you have to stick to your training, but it is crucial that you also make sure to: spend all your free time binge watching Netflix, use all your swipe rights on Tinder every 12 hours, and snapchat at least once a day to continue all your snap streaks. All of this is encouraged to be done from your iPad while driving your parents car to the nearest feminist/vegan/non-binary protest rally of your choice (just remember to slap that “I voted for Hilary” bumper sticker on before you leave)