Category Archives: PIT

We Call Him “McLuvin”

by admin on October 14, 2008

Well, we have a new addition to the Pirañas. Actually, not a new addition, just a new classification. P.I.T. (Piraña In Training) McLuvin was on the short list from early on, but had not completed the requisite distance runs necessary to earn him Brotherhood. After his valiant and superior service to Brothers Big, Mav and […]

Pirañas Did Draper

by admin on July 13, 2008

Yesterday and today were the 14th Annual Draper Lake Duathlons. The two day event includes an off-road duathlon on Saturday and an on-road duathlon on Sunday with special awards for those who du both. Mav is the Race Director for both events and spent the days leading up to it preparing packets and such, then […]

Mud Buddies

by admin on July 9, 2008

It is Wednesday. That means 5 @ 5, Happy Hour, trail running, fun. Of course, today it rained. actually it poured. Mav was elated when he called, “It’s raining!” he said. So we got our mud on. Here we are before: The young man on the right is our newest P.I.T. (Piraña in Training). He […]

NFEC 50K Race Report

by admin on April 17, 2008

T3, Mav, Mark, and the Brothers… That was the single hardest thing I have ever done. April 12, 2008. Bear Mountain, New York. The North Face Endurance Challenge 50k. Maybe I shouldn’t have signed up for this race the day after Sapper try-outs. I must have been out of my mind. Surely I was still […]

Seconde de Swanson dans la catégorie

by admin on April 16, 2008

PIT Swanson competed in the North Face Endurance Challenge on April 12th. Billed as, “A serious, hardy test for trail runners of any level”, The North Face Endurance Challenge at Bear Mountain, NY, takes place on the western shores of the Hudson River, in the craggy foothills of the Catskill Mountains. Runners negotiate technical terrain […]

West Point Piraña

by admin on April 3, 2008

The Piraña Brothers would like to introduce you to a Piraña-In-Training (PIT). Cadet Corporal David Swanson is currently at West Point training to be all he can be. When he is home we work on his Piraña training and we have high hopes for him. He keeps us posted on all things West Point and […]