I can’t believe this post is here. How did the 6 months since I registered fly by so fast? I was also seriously doubting that I would be able to write this post. I was losing my mind the 2 weeks leading up to… Continue Reading “The San Francisco Marathon Recap”
I love beach races and I hate them at the same time. I have learned that I personally will never set a PR on sand. Partly due to the sand and partly due to how the humidity jacks with my lungs. Either way, I… Continue Reading “2016 Rock’n Around the Pier Half Recap”
Just like that March is gone. Instead of lamenting about fast it flew by, let’s talk about what happened. 66.8 Miles March ended up being a race free month. I sat out Wine Country Half for the first time in 5 (6?) years and… Continue Reading “March Madness- Recap”
Saturday I ran the third annual Bands on the Run 10k. This race did nothing to disabuse me of the notion that 10K’s are hard. Maybe reinforced it; that said it was a fun race.I managed to run away from work for a few… Continue Reading “2015 Bands on the Run 10K- Recap”
91/94 would be a pretty good test grade, right? It’s less awesome however when it is your race standing. But let’s backup. I worked the packet pickup- late registration table for the race on Saturday. It went really smooth, mostly pickups for the 10k. … Continue Reading “HOB Fun Run Recap”
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