11th Annual Brenda Deer Memorial 5K
September 21st, 2013 Guilderland, Jew York:
Appropriately enough, the Deer family stole the show this year, with 7 members in the race, and Evelyn Deer participating in the 3K walk, making 8.
How about this? John Deer won the race overall with a 19:34, and Kari Deer won overall female with a 21:43, how cool is that? 5 Deers placed in the top 11, with 5 bringing home awards.
I was really in no condition to compete, I tried to volunteer instead, but called in too late the night before and wasn't able to get ahold of my contact in time, so put on the bib and run I did.
I have so many memories here. My first sanctioned race was here. My first age-group award was here. I beat 4-time Boston Marathon winner Bill Rodgers here. And I broke my foot here a few years back. Also, in my opinion it is the most beautiful course to race on.
This was as good as the best of them. My time wasn't all that great, but I knew that going in.
The weather was cool, not quite as brisk as I prefer, but no complaints. The horn went off, and I darted through the parking lot, turned the corner, and started down the hill onto Winding Brook Drive.
I had to hold back, I knew sprinting down the hill would haunt me later. I tried to "latch on" to a few people who were running paces close to mine, but found myself typically dropping back when I slowed for my water breaks. I passed the 1-mile station, and the guy yelled out my split. I forget the time, I didn't care. "Blah blah ( My time ) at mile one, you're doing great, keep it up!," Shouted he.
I felt like death already. Well, then I fell into no-man's-land. No one close to me in either direction.
Finally, the turn up Campus Club Drive, up the hill, and approaching the half-way turn-around cone.
I was going through all my fuel-belt water and so I even had to stop at the aid stations for more.
For some reason, I just have to run down the medium-sized hill on Campus Club Drive at almost full speed. Then I turn the corner back onto Nott Road and walk through another water break. I just love blasting by people on that section.
This race was mostly whites, but near mile two I caught up to a Nigger. He heard me panting heavily and turned around to look at me. I ran side-by-side with him for a brief time, but knew I could not keep up, and fell behind him. I saw him kiss a white woman after the race, and immediately pictured the scene in the novel "The Turner Diaries" where race-traitors like them were hung until dead as they should be.
As slow as I ran this race, this mud actually won an age-group award, finishing only one place in front of me.
Actually, what happened was that he was SECOND in his age group, ( Awards are only given out for first. ) BUT, since the first finisher of his age-group finished in the top three overall, ( Who are also given awards ) he was allowed to take the award.
Two points to be made here.
1) If one runner is faster than another, that makes them a better runner, at least at that distance, period. You cannot say "I'm a runner, you're a runner, even though one of us is faster, we are equal because we both like to run." After all, we are athletes, if only amateurs, and numbers are how you measure each other.
HOWEVER, this only applies to whites against whites, Negroes Vs. Negroes, etc. Baseball used to be a good example of this. Whites played whites in the major leagues, until the government forcibly integrated the game, which is State-Sponsored Terrorism. There was no need for this, as Negroes had their own leagues. Many youths do not know this, but you had a great many number of whites petition against Negro assholes like Jackie Robinson playing white baseball, opening the door to fully ruin the game, and infest it with muds like we have today.
2) The second point I wanted to make is that it matters no more that a Nigger can out-run a white than it does that a car can go faster than either. It is like comparing apples and oranges, the genetic differences are huge. That is how a forensic scientist can find a skeleton, or even just a bone that is in some cases hundreds of years old, and be able to determine the race, sex, and many of other attributes of the deceased.
Back to the race, I hung around for the award ceremony, and talked to my fellow racialists who also competed. We plan to soon have our own "Whites Only" races. We don't have a large pool of runners yet, but will have our / their families and friends supporting us, and cheering us on.