Golden Moment

FDTC founder & president, Emily Niehaus, ran into THE Reese Hoffa today. Unfortunately there wasn’t enough time to chat about Olympic medals over a turkey-leg or two since Hoffa was coaching a talented up-and-coming female shot-putter. Madame President Niehaus settled for the photo below & a raincheck.  

McCurdy: Master of Mud

Last weekend Matt “Willow” McCurdy  master of the elements traversed the mud infested GWTC 15K course in FDTC record time (results). His second place performance at a time of 55:34 was icing on the cake as this race was merely preparation for the Tallahassee Half-Marathon on Feb 5th. McCurdy had the following to say: “With rain…

Pataky FTW & FDTC Turkey Trot

While most were sleeping on Thanksgiving morning, Victor Pataky toured the cloudy Columbus 5-mile Turkey Trot course in 24:59.2 (results), barely dipping under 5:00 per mile average. Second place in the race was more than a minute and a half behind him. Pataky’s impressive race was his first since the Bourbon Chase in October.   (Photo courtesy of Victor Pataky)…

McCurdy & Churchill take VetFest 5K; FDTC (Almost) Gains Recognition

In Tallahassee, Florida on Veterans Day, 11 November 2016, Matt McCurdy was the overall male winner and Alyson Churchill the overall female winner of the sixth annual VetFest 5K. FDTC almost gained published recognition. Refer to Exhibit A below: Source: McCurdy and Churchill take the VetFest 5K

McCurdy Commands Applied PDE & 5K Race Alike

Our favorite dashing dandy & mathematics grad student, Matt McCurdy, won the 2016 Vet Fest 5K in Tallahassee today! Click here for full results. FDTC would also like to take a moment on Veterans Day to thank all of our currently serving & formerly serving service men and women and their families. We appreciate you all.

FDTC Drives Toward Finish

Today FDTC President & Founder, Emily Niehaus, drove Van #2 of The Waka Flocka Flames to 19th place overall (and 8th in the Mixed-Open division!!!) out of 423 teams! The Waka Flocka Flames covered 200+ miles of the beautiful Bourbon Trail in 25 hours 42 minutes and 2 seconds. Click here for complete results.

Thursday Thought

God’s purposes come about through millions of unnamed people doing unheard-of things, in unnoticeable ways to the glory of God. If this is true, it fills every little moment of every ordinary day with glorious purpose. Amazing. A post shared by Ray Ortlund (@rayortlund) on Jul 13, 2016 at 1:12pm PDT