Garmin died just before race started...and what happened then. (Read 372 times)

    Awesome, way to go.

    Mostly harmless

      Congratulations and thanks for sharing this.  I enjoyed reading about your experience very much.


      Now that you know where you really are, I guess it's time to set a new goal and get back to work. Smile

      "It doesn’t matter how often you do it or how much you accomplish, in general, not running is a lot easier than running." - Meb Keflezighi

        What a great story! Congratulations!


        I run with a Garmin, and I plan my races (not that I run a lot of them), but I make myself ignore the thing until I hit the mile markers. It's good to have a general idea of your pace, but as someone said you don't want to become a slave to it, especially during a race.