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Will practice later. Thanks.
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Let me try SRL's suggestion, I always have issues
Hey works on the second try.
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Poor poor Thunder.
I'm running somewhere tomorrow. It's going to be beautiful. I can't wait.
I actually saw The Thunder today.
This is from my marathon PR race on Nov. 27. I have this same look for all my finish photos...serious, tired, and not taking my eyes off that finish line so I can finally stop running!
2010 HHFMM. My sixth marathon and the first one that I did not race. Of course I had to outrun some monkeys along the way.Come around that last pine bush behind me and now I can see the beer tent, Hence the smile.
See, not racing =
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At most races, I have at least one or two volunteers ask me if I'm all right (and not in the normal off-handed way, they actually sound concerned) so I'm thinking my finish face isn't too pretty...
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