Ran out in Central NY. First day was rainy, cool, humid. Very muddy in spots that slowed everyone down. Finished first 50 in just under 13 hours. Started really cruising at mile 75-85. But then the morning sun came out. My body just isn't adapted to heat/humidity like that. At mile 90, had to lay in a cot for ten minutes. By mile 93, I was in a bad way, probably heat stroke, scariest 100-mile experience yet. Dizzy, ashen looking, going 1 mph. They sent someone back from the mile 96 aid station to walk me in the last mile. Layed on the ground at the aid station for quite a while applying ice. Came pretty clost to DNFing at mile 96. Finally felt somewhat better. Asked buddy Phil Rosenstein to run with me to the finish, didn't dare do it alone. He did and somehow I made it. Last 10 miles took me nearly 5 hours. Ran that same section in 1:45 for the first 10 miles of the race. Recovery has been very hard. Six hours later finally starting to fill a bit better. Learned a good lesson about trying to do hot/humid 100s without humidity training.