Run, because you want too. Enjoy the moment, treasure the past and worry about the dog down the road that chases you
REMEMBER THAT ONLY .1 OF ONE PERCENT OF THE WORLDS POPULATION HAS RUN A MARATHON
Mal,Great Job! Congratulations!I hope you are around when I travel there later this year. I also look forward to running the same race next year. Thanks for the race report.A friend of mine and I had a good experience using the 9/1 method back at the Richmond Marathon in '04. Since neither of us were completely ready for the race, were able to finish it together in a respectable 4:24. Again, good job!Rich
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Looks like not a lot of women in this Marathon. Were there any? Curious.
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