My Spartan Race this past Sunday morning in Fenway Park Stadium, Boston, Massachusetts. I finished the entire course penalty-free in the Elite wave and placed 43rd out of the 53 elites that day for my first try. I even got to meet one of the world class Million Dollar Mile defenders as well. For my first try there even in the elite group,
I feel proud of myself for being a Mainer Spartan Racer/Warrior.
A true warrior is persistent by heart, not just muscle itself but from within.
by Devon Hinkley
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