Jenny Hoffman

Complete Race List

Angel Island 50k
Appalachian Trail
Aspen Skiing
Across the Years
Big Sur Marathon
Boston Marathon:
  2000  2001  2002
Carmel Valley 50k
Cal Int'l Marathon
Diablo 50-miler
Foxy's Fall Century
Golden Gate Marathon:
  2000  2004
Grandma's Marathon:
  1999  2001
Javelina Jundred
Ironman Lake Placid
Leadville Trail Marathon
Miwok 100k
Mt. Diablo 50k
Philadelphia Marathon:
  1998  2003  2005
Providian Relay:
  2002  2003
Quad Dipsea
Radcliffe Crew
San Diego Marathon
Silicon Valley Marathon:
  1999  2000
Skyline 50k
Skyline Ridge 50k
Superior Trail 100
Tri For Fun
Vermont 50 Mile
Wildflower Triathlon

Twice up and down Mt. Diablo (3849 ft)! The first loop was fantastic: shady at the bottom, and a nice cool breeze near the top. We finished the first loop feeling great in just over 3 hours. But by then the day had heated up considerably, and the second loop was quite toasty. Our second loop was more than half an hour slower than our first loop. But still, we enjoyed the beautiful views, and we were very glad to make it to the top of Mt. Diablo the right way (last year we had driven almost all the way to the top). Mt. Diablo is similar to Mt. Washington (in NH) and Whiteface (in the Adks in NY) in that there is a road to the top, and an observation tower, plumbing, gift shop, etc. So there are a lot of tourists in their pristine white clothes wondering what in the world these sweaty, dusty, dirty, sunburnt folks with the race numbers are doing on their clean mountain. But we enjoyed the look on one woman's face when she asked if we had biked up, and we replied "No, we ran up -- TWICE!" It was a great day overall, and our time was good enough for first place woman again (out of a small number of women). So we got another first place finisher's bag for Daniel as well, since he plays the crucial role of pacer & moral supporter.

Mt. Diablo 50k
Daniel & Jenny's time: 6:47:38 (1st place female finisher)

Jenny and Daniel, around mile 15 Jenny and Daniel, around mile 15 Jenny and Daniel, around mile 15