Masters Running


Friday's Daily, 8.17.12 (Read 411 times)

MM#209 / JapanJoyful#803

    It is a sad commentary but sometimes it's just prosecutorsjustifying being afraid to make a decisioni by punting to a jury so it is somebody else's fault no matter what happens.

    Regarding my 200th marathon in 8:16:36.6 at age 73 compared to Ed Whitlock’s 2:54:48 at age 73 and my first one at 3:52:15 at age 34,  "That was a good day. It was never a struggle, . . . . almost like walking"