By Paula Dagnon on 2008-05-28

May 27, 2008

Rad Dog at Ski to Seabrian rad dog employee at ski2sea



Myraddog Team member Brian Dagnon starts the first leg of the Ski to Sea at Mt Baker. It was a beautiful day at the mountain with temps in the 60's and the skies as Blue as the Blue Bird day Release N Run, Retractable leash. Over 400 teams competed in this years race. It was pandemonium from the start with a steep climb right off the bat forcing everyone that wasn't in the first or second row to wait to make a move until after climbing the hill and rounding the corner for the downhill. After the hill it opened up and passing was possible. The rest of the course was sweet with lots of turns and tons of little rollers. Brian finished 11 in his division making the hand off to teammate Mike Hogan who made it to the top of the hill on the uphill hike and then killed it on the ski down. The rest of the team did a great job too, allowing the portly crew to finish in the middle of the pack. It was a great race and a great day to be outside with your best buddy sporting the Release N Run collar, check us out at myraddog.com and hook your dog up with some of our RAD gear!


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