Nice job! I think you have a great shot at the sub-3. Go get it.
Damaris, Marathon Maniac, Ultra Runner
Next: Counting time until surgery
Damaris Runs with Asthma
No pictures of mile markers, sleeping babies and kissing girls? I'm a little disappointed...
1:25 and a PR is absolutely awesome. Especially so soon after Boston. You're certainly no old man, you're some kick ass runner, Brad! Congratulations!
PRs: Boston Marathon, 3:27, April 15th 2013
Cornwall Half-Marathon, 1:35, April 27th 2013
Congratulations! Sounds like a well run race.
Strange about the measurements, but that will happen sometimes. I will occasionally run several GPS programs at once, to see if they match up, and there are often discrepancies. Weather can definitely affect the readings.
1. Start, stay, and finish the year uninjured!
Great race, LtH. Coming just two weeks after Boston, that is very impressive.
Ball of Fury
Seriously speed race LTH! I, too, enjoy reading your in race thoughts, because you do such a good job of detailing what you were thinking and feeling. Congrats on a PR, especially when it wasn't planned.
PRs: 5K 22:59, 10K 46:54,HM: 1:51:15
Congrats on a great race. Good lesson - barring injury, no good reason to ever DNS, because you never know what kind of day you're going to have.
YAYpril - B-Plus
Congratulations! I'm impressed.
You suck. See you in November. >:-/
"When the gun goes off, everything changes... the world changes... and nothing else really matters!"
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