"In the first half of the race, don't be an idiot. In the second half, don't be a wimp!" ~Scott Douglas
Time to post your July mileage total, and any PRs or AG placements, along with anything else you'd like to share about how your month went! Awards given for most miles, fewest miles, average, median, and prime numbers. Remember, if you want a prime number award, don't show tenths of miles! (Primes are whole numbers only!)
Coyote Trail, Golden Gate Canyon State Park:
I hammered down the trail, passing rocks and trees like they were standing still.
I'll get us started.
102 miles for July
721 miles year to date
just totaled up my July miles.
I ran a marathon! 26.2 miles
Thanks wildchild! Great photo too.
280 July running miles on the nose
Old , Ugly and slow
73 miles for July.
first race sept 1977 last race sept 2007
2014goals 1300 miles , 190 pounds , deadlift 400 touch my toes
141 miles, about half as many as CNYrunner. This often happens with me in months with marathons--too many taper and reverse-taper days.
I did get 1 AG in a 5K on the Fourth of July.
Beautiful photo! 215.9 miles for me in July. Paced a friend in a 5k on the 4th, raced a 5k myself on the 20th. Neither of us PR'd but we did have fun!
who says life doesn't have a soundtrack?
I ran 6.9 miles today to end the month at 179 miles, so I can give myself a prime number award... how lame is that?
July was memorable for running the Light at the End of the Tunnel marathon on my 56th birthday, and celebrating Mariposai's 50th birthday too! And for meeting a bunch more virtual running friends in real life. Thanks to all of you who were there for making it so fun and memorable! Special thanks to Enke for inviting us to stay at her house and drive us around for three days!
54.7 miles for the month. Mostly due to heat and lack of ambition. Hope that's over for a while.
Richmond, here I come.................November 15th will be here quicker than I know.
228 miles for July. Most since July 2008.
MM#209 / JapanJoyful#803
I ran a marathon! 26.2 miles July 2013
tammy - welcome to the nontrainers running club for events only
However, I think you and I are the only members.
tetsujin - 64.5 milesYTD - 321.2 miles
so sorry I missed you at the LATEOTT Marathon
thanks for indulging me to use the monthly as my running log.
four of 'em this month.
*7/10 - 13.1 miles (Konan Weekly Marathon #128* - Hiratsuka, Japan / Tengu geta) - 3:28:52 7/13 - 26.2 miles (Takebashi Imperial Palace Marathon #210 / Tokyo / Tengu geta) - 9:32:42*7/20 - 20.2 miles (Takebashi Imperial Palace Marathon #211* / Tokyo / straw waraji) - 7:14:00 7/27 - 5 miles (Michelob ULTRA Torchlight Parade 8K) - 57:15 (barefoot)
*DNF’s in the U.S. but everyone’s a winner over there with credit for whatever they can do for the humid and hot (90-deg+) day in the Japan 100-Marathon Joyful Running Club’s regularly-scheduled marathons,, even those who are reduced to walking practice, in my case, for a finally-successful ascent of Mt. Fuji after two fizzles in 2011 and 2012 in the one-pronged wooden geta sandals developed by Tengu priests in ancient times for the 45-degree slopes.1. Yoshino Takahiro - full - 3:44:17. 17 Ikeda Seitaro - full - 6:10:0018 Kaneko - full - 6:12:1819 Yamaguchi Megumi - 30.7k - 3:54:5620 Tanaka Mariko - 30.7k - 4:25:1021 Shokuda Hideo - half - 2:10:0622 barefoot jon - half - 4:28:5223. Takeda Kyoko - 20.5k 3:15:00
Marathon Maniac #957
No prime for me in July
185.5 for July
Life is a headlong rush into the unknown. We can hunker down and hope nothing hits us or we can stand tall, lean into the wind and say, "Bring it on, darlin', and don't be stingy with the jalapenos."
53.3 for July.
Lingering illness and then a vacation led to another low month. I took my running gear on the trip but there never was a good time to get in a run.
Cyberslacking on the Procrastination Superhighway.
Thanks again for keeping this going month after month, and for another gorgeous photo!
131.3 primeless racewalking miles in July
• 2nd place racewalker (4-miler)
• 1st place racewalker (5K)
• highest monthly total in 2+ years.
Thanks again, Carolyn. Another beautiful picture this month.