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Over 480 Miles Rucked by 8-year-old KidRucker

Lincoln’s Rucking Story Eight year old, Lincoln Watling, aka the KidRucker, has just finished rucking the virtual Camino de Santiago challenge – a 480 mile pilgrimage though Spain. He is also more than 500 days into a daily rucking streak, along with his dad, Julian. Together they’ve been rucking a mile a day (sometimes more) …

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NOC Rucks

CONSISTENCY OF FUN Wednesday night I went to an Ice Cream Ruck a few miles south of HQ @NOCRucks. 161 people showed up at 7pm in the town square. This was a big crowd, but they do this every week — people meeting people, spending time outside. The ruck was 1-3 miles (you AND your kids …

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Tribe Kids: September Workout Details

Tribe Kids: Seek Remembrance Welcome to September Tribe Kids! This month we “Seek Remembrance,” by remembering the events of September 11, 2001, and honoring those who gave their lives, or helped save others that day. Knowing our history, learning lessons from it, and remembering our heroes helps us understand who we are as a nation. …

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GORUCK Tribe: September 2021

Here is a rundown on all details for September 2021: Duty We all have questions in our heads, and we know the answers — they rarely present themselves when life is rainbows and sunshine. 9/11, a global pandemic, 13 flag draped coffins, an unceremonious end to two decades in Afghanistan. A few days ago I …

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