Club Fat Ass is a grassroots sports club with a worldwide vision. Our members host trail running, triathlon, cycling and other "active lifestyle" events for fellow members. Club events are fun, physically challenging, environmentally friendly and emphasize camaraderie as much as competition. Each event is a reflection of the unique personality of the Event Host. All Club events are free to Club members. Membership is open to anyone who enjoys playing outdoors. Join us!
Hey Gary, The Squamish Snowshoe Scrambler was a fantastic day. It was incredibly beautiful and fun, right from the adventurous start. Thank you for organizing the event, the shoes, the car pools, the showers. It was all perfect.
Wow! 2006 is already shaping up to be a rewarding one for members of Club Fat Ass. Last month alone saw the addition of 3 new events. Check the Newsletter below for more details.
If you are not yet a Club Fat Ass member, consider joining now so you get the most from the Club and to become part of our great community. Already a member? Consider hosting an event or volunteering for a committee!
Have you started working on your New Year's Resolutions yet? Or have you given up already? Let us know how you are doing through your CFA blog. If you post your resolutions you are more likely to keep them...not to mention the fact that there are prizes to win if you enter the "Closest to the Post" contest. Find out more below.
There were two questions that immediately came to mind when my friend Pete talked to me about running the "Fat Ass 50" on New Year's day 2006. The first was why would you admit to having a fat ass?- after all I have spent many years of concealment and skillful dressing to disguise this fact; - and the second question was - why would I want to run 50kms on New Year's day after a night of partying and drinking?
The post race euphoria has gone by now and the tired muscles are slowly recovering...in fact I ventured out for my first post Vancouver New Year's Day 50km run this morning. Time to reflect on an epic day.
After an intense taper because of a pre Christmas stomach flu, I feared I forgot how to run, lost all my training and was in general sandbagging mode. The weather forecast of torrential rains and gale force winds did not raise my mood. 50km...what was I thinking?
Hi all, I have three empty seats leaving from North Van for the Scrambler. Please email me at email@example.com if you need a ride. On the plus side I have a 4X4 so we should make it to the top in one piece, the downside is that stupid SUV is a pig on gas so bring your wallet :(
I'll assume the CFA waiver covers my sketchy driving...