Falling is easy, it's getting back up that becomes the problem ~Staind
MM#209 / JapanJoyful#803
seattle marathon - circa 2006 (see also 1990) girls/girls.)>>>, i mean <<<(hills/hills)>>> <<<()>>> 皇居 in wooden geta 下駄 sandals, straw 草鞋 waraji sandals and several kinds of cloth tabis 足袋 including a regular jika-tabis 地下足袋 I also ran sections of the Tokyo Marathon course (3/22 this year; 2/;28 next year) adding up to 18 miles as I took the rosie ruiz trains back from the two out-and-backs. January total - 70 miles (January PR), . . . or was that 70K? either way, still a PR month. In fact, after three laps already this month, I`m ahead of last year`s February too. February miles - tetsujin - 10.2 miles YTD - 80.2 miles arigatou royal wildness goddess 1. February runs . . a. 2/7 - (3.1)(2) miles (barefoot) . . b. 2/14 - 4 miles (barefoot0 2. PR - running 10K from 9:30am - 10:00am on 2/7 (unfortunately, it took an hour to do it as 30 minutes was in Tokyo and 30 minutes in Seattle exactly 19 hours later) 3. boomer reunions - francesca/divechief/enka (2/19) 4. gratuitous comment - a bare foot is a terrible thing to waste in shoes hey, what a coincidence. I did two events too. 29.95 miles - St. Pat's Dash (3.75 miles) and Dizzy Daze Marathon YTD - 80.2 + 29.95 = 110.15 miles April miles - 0 YTD = 110.15 ps - my favorite running photos of all time are the little flyers' ones too. me too http://www.brightroom.com/view_user_event.asp?
New PR ２００９ - 15 marathons in a row with only a 5K, 10K and half mary between nos 112 and 113
not other running at all this year
all very slow in deference to abbreviated stride for Mr. maraginal knee
developed sometime in winter before I was running this year.
just seein' if being in shape from winter ski racing in those days was good enough to run annual marathons
since 1977 and triathlons of all distances to IM since 1978 without that much, if any, training. Yippee, it was.
5k - 23:30
10k - 49:00
Half - 1:48:34
Full - 4:01:28
Working toward hip nirvana.
Winds: SSE at 4 mph
dave - thanks for sticking around.
- jon (loneliness of the slow long distance runners)