Blog Posts by Relentless Runner

  • Here is a Blog Post with Slidsshows

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  • Testing right aligned images

    Creating a blog post that's long: Copy/pasting the following content from a random website (credit:

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  • Tour of Nilgiris 2010

    December is a great month for bicyclists in India. Here is a pictorial journey of a road trip from December 2010.

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  • Running a Marathon

    Here is a write-up of mine that appeared in Bangalore office's newsletter.

    The Longest Run - Bangalore Ultra-Marathon 2010 - by Yogesh Rao

    Many of you may remember my Monday Musing article (¬e_id=467022274905#!/note.php?note_id=136464794905) last year after my experience at Kaveri Trail Marathon. I had been burning for another Marathon experience ever since then. The burning for another marathon kept going up progressively when I missed two very important marathons of this year, Auroville Marathon at Pondicherry and Kaveri Trail Marathon at Srirangapatna.

    The Bangalore Ultra trail near Hessaraghatta happens to be one of the most beautiful places to run in Bangalore. But since Bangalore is my city of birth, I have to say that it is the most beautiful place to run in this world. It has rolling lawns that exemplify Savanna of South America. Running here is known to be an out of the world experience. I started seriously thinking about Read More »from Running a Marathon


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