what is your finish face look like (Read 6037 times)

FatSweatyBullDog


    Vinegar Strokes

     

    Vinegar Strokes


    Finally PRed!!!

      These are my favorites. My first sub-4 and also my first BQ.

      This was very close to the finish:

      pic1

       

      And this one was just before the line:

      PRs: 5K: 22:31, 10K:46:43, 15K: 1:10:35, HM: 1:42:49, M: 3:38:20


      I'm back!

        FTW.

         


        just a simple cat

          Big grin  Singing opera arias at the finish?

           

           

            Bob looks ready for nap in that picture.


            I'm back!

              Yeah, funny how much all-out effort looks like a yawn.

              JimR


                Bob looks ready for nap in that picture.

                 

                I think I yawned just looking at it.

                  Beards make all the difference: a case study.

                   

                  The end of a half marathon in April.  Note that I look like I am going to cry.

                   

                  And the end of a 50K this past weekend.

                  "When a person trains once, nothing happens. When a person forces himself to do a thing a hundred or a thousand times, then he certainly has developed in more ways than physical. Is it raining? That doesn't matter. Am I tired? That doesn't matter, either. Then willpower will be no problem." 
                  Emil Zatopek

                    Beards make all the difference: a case study.

                     

                    The end of a half marathon in April.  Note that I look like I am going to cry.

                     

                    And the end of a 50K this past weekend.

                    1:27:28!?

                     

                    Not sure I ever congratulated you on that, man.   Great work.  

                    "If you have the fire, run..." -John Climacus


                    just a simple cat

                       

                       

                      zonykel


                         

                        Nice contrast in facial expressions.


                        Has Broken Parts

                          The finish of the Frederick Running Festival HM a couple weeks ago.  My first sub 1:45 HM.

                           

                           "Address the process rather than the outcome.
                          Then, the outcome becomes more likely." - Robert Fripp

                            Ilene, which one is you? KIDDING!

                            But the guy is the back is clearly sandbagging, he's not working very hard. Did he just dash in from the sidelines for a photo-op?

                             

                              Are those really both the same person? Because that guy on the bottom looks like he ready to kick some azzes...

                               

                              Beards make all the difference: a case study.

                               

                              The end of a half marathon in April.  Note that I look like I am going to cry.

                               

                              And the end of a 50K this past weekend.


                              I'm back!

                                Ilene, which one is you? KIDDING!

                                 

                                There she is.

                                 

                                 

                                 

                                But the guy is the back is clearly sandbagging, he's not working very hard. Did he just dash in from the sidelines for a photo-op?

                                 

                                It's an awesome shot, but missing a little bit of context here.

                                 

                                MTA:

                                 

                                "2 things are going to happen today 1) im going under 3 and 2) your finishing in front." The pic was def after the 26 mile marker.