>Look What I Can Do!>PB by nearly 3 minutes!
she runs like a girl
Last night I ran in the Eaton Electrical Downtown Dash in Burlington.
I don't normally brag but I ran a PB that was nearly 3 minutes better than my previous 10k PB.
I finished in 50:28 (previous PB: 53:17) and placed 2nd in my age group (20-24) and 13th over all for the women in a field of 90.
This was also my first race in this new age group.
The weather for the race was 85 F with 65% humidity.
I'm looking forward to racing this distance in the fall
Run until the trail runs out.
SCHEDULE 2016--2/14 Yeti Heartbreak (R)----2/20 Thrill in the Hills(R)
3/5 Snickers/Albany(R)-----3/12 Stroll in the Park 12H(NR)------3/20 GA Publix(R)
The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff
Champions are made when no one is watching
Books I Have Read
Last Race: Portland Maine Half Marathon October 5 2014
Thanks everyone for all the support. I'm looking forward to running some faster times in the fall.
I hope to have more results to boast about on RA next season. I always try to impress the RA members
Loves the outdoors
First or last...it's the same finish line