Another month come and gone... time to post your monthly mileage, and any PRs or AG awards for April. Awards given for most miles, fewest miles, average, median, prime numbers, and cool totals, as well as for any other award-worthy achievements! I always look forward to these monthly threads - thanks for playing!
This is in Cheyenne Mountain State Park, looking up at Cheyenne Mountain (where the NORAD bunker is). It was a beautiful place for a trail race!
I hammered down the trail, passing rocks and trees like they were standing still.
Hi Carolyn. Nice picture.
I guess I'll start off. I claim 112.5 miles this month for a new high. Would have hit a little higher if my foot had cooperated. I'll catch up next month.
also a 10K PR this month.
thank you kindly.
We'll start with Shape UP Somerville 5K and see how a 25K trail race works.
Old , Ugly and slow
66 for april
first race sept 1977 last race sept 2007
2014goals 1300 miles , 190 pounds , deadlift 400 touch my toes
Thanks wild! This was a great month...I met Holly! I also had a 2nd place AG award in the Kentucky Derby Marathon.
I had to go out, today, and get something with .8 miles in it to get to an even number for the month...I only managed 2.8
Wow - what awesome blue sky.
37.5 miles for April (coming back slow but sure)
Thank you Carolyn!
7 miles @ 4:15 AM
4 miles @ 7:15 PM
Run until the trail runs out.
2200 miles ---2015
Race Less Train More
Pistol 100 ----01/03/15 27:46:58
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
82.9 - including 25.5 for Boston - still having a hard time writing about it...........time heals
April 103 miles
YTD 402 miles
Would have been better if I didn’t have a foot injury and skipped 2 runs that should have added about 20 miles.
Ron's PRs 5K 24:14 (12/07/2013); Half Marathon 1:53:33 (5/26/2013)
105 miles for April.
I ran a marathon and I used it as an excuse to taperrrrrrrrrrrr. and recover.
"Champions are everywhere; all you need is to train them properly..." ~Arthur Lydiard
141.6 for April, 744.0 YTD.
PR at Boston, 4:00:52. I am thankful for whatever made me run faster that day, and I keep the victims close in my heart.
Lovely photo, Carolyn. That's a startling blue sky.
aka Mrs. WillRunForBeer, MD, USA Marathoning, the triumph of desire over reason
New skirt in town
109.6 for me. That includes 26.2 at Boston, and it's been difficult to get moving again afterwards..
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105.9 in April, which isn't so bad, considering I took a week off.
1st walker in the "non-competitive" (??) walker div. in the Wallis Sands Half Marathon.
I was psyched to hit a prime number with the great Wild, but then I saw 3 other people already beat me here with prime numbers (37, 103, 109). I hope there are enough awards to go around.
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