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Member Since:

Mar 20, 2007

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Boston Qualifier

Running Accomplishments:

PR's:

  • 1 mile : 5:43 (3/2017)
  • 5K : 18:34 (12/2011)
  • 5 mile : 32:03 (5/2010)
  • 10K : 39:29 (11/2013)
  • 11K: 46:47 (July 2008)
  • Half Marathon : 1:26:47 (11/2012)
  • Marathon : 3:06:34 (02/2010)
  • 50K Trail: 4:34 (01/2012)
  • 50 Mile: 8:34:48 (4/2012)
  • 100K: 11:06 (2/2012)
  • 100 Mile: 29:03:39 (6/2013)

Marathons:

  • Marine Corps Marathon - 3:27:00, Oct 2016
  • Marine Corps Marathon - 3:28:12, Oct 2015
  • Pocatello Marathon (ID) - 3:32:25, Sept 2015
  • Chasing The Unicorn (PA) - 3:31:20, Aug 2015
  • Run for The Red (Poconos) - 3:30:40, May 2015
  • Boston - 3:24:42, Apr 2015
  • Clearwater - 3:27:04, Jan 2015
  • Clearwater - 3:16:17, Jan 2014
  • Boston  - 3:27:00, Apr 2011
  • DesNews - 3:10:57, Jul 2010
  • Gasparilla  - 3:06:34, Feb 2010
  • Space Coast - 3:11:29, Nov 2009
  • Estes Park  (7500' and up) - 3:52:19, Jun 2009
  • Boston - 3:17:22, Apr 2009
  • Niagara Falls - 3:19:21, Oct 2008
  • San Diego RnR  - 3:24:18, Jun 2008
  • Jacksonville Marathon -3:21:24, Dec 2007
  • Chicago Marathon - 3:35:08, Oct 2007
  • Disney Marathon - 3:52:34, Jan 2007

 

 

 

 

Short-Term Running Goals:

 

  • Sub 40:00 10K
  • 2:59 Marathon
  • 1:25 Half Marathon
  • 18:30 5K

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

Maintain my health and continuously seek to improve my fitness. Maybe someday get under 3:00 for marathon. More importantly, I'd like to figure out what my maximum ability is and reach that.

I'd also like to find the right balance in life and use running to enhance and improve myself.

 

Personal:

Dad of  two awesome kids.

Also, have one wonderful brown dog named Sammy and just added a grey tiger cat whose life started out rough but now has a better home.

I've recently started another blog so I can easily add lots of pictures and so other non-FRB users can leave comments:

Forward Progress!

 Also, for 2012 I started a blog to write down each day one thing that I am grateful for

Grateful Blog

 

Love living in Florida but love to travel and see the country and rest of the world.

 

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 66.22 Year: 799.98
Brooks T7 Lifetime Miles: 188.52
Brooks ST5 Lifetime Miles: 403.91
GoMeb Speed3 Lifetime Miles: 464.72
Brooks Pure Flow Lifetime Miles: 132.37
Brooks Launch(lobster) Lifetime Miles: 529.47
GoMeb Razor Lifetime Miles: 195.43
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
275.4612.8113.000.000.000.000.00301.27
Skechers Go Run Miles: 103.30Pearl Izumi II Miles: 79.04Asics Cumulus Miles: 41.75Green Silence2 Miles: 11.78Glycerin (red) Miles: 14.02
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
13.380.000.000.000.000.000.0013.38

13.38 mi, 01:58, 08:48 pace

Spring Lake area of Brooksville

Renee drove Cynthia and I and we did a loop around the usual routes. Very nice morning for running. On the loop around the lake we had to turn back because the road was closed so looped around the other half instead of one big loop. Lots of dogs out this morning saying hi.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 13.38
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Race: Long Play Half Marathon (13.54 Miles) 01:46:02, Place overall: 6, Place in age division: 3
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
14.250.000.000.000.000.000.0014.25

 

Gun time 1:46:02, 6th place overall.

It was my first "fast" non-ultra, trail race, which I thought I'd try for a change. Great weather for a run. Started out fast as the first mile was either pavement or smooth dirt road as well as most of second mile. Got into an 8:00ish pace with some miles faster. Woman came up behind me and I moved to let her pass me but she said I was good, she followed me for a most of the race and I seemed to go faster because of it. Came close a few times at catching the 5th place guy. Lost him even more when I paused at one of the last turns, not completely sure which way to go. Course was marked much better this year.

Splits - 7:15,7:24,8:08,7:50,8:00,8:03,7:56,7:50,7:38,7:59,8:05,7:50,7:33,4:11 (0.54@7:49).


I don't usually run these paces while at the Croom trails so it felt good to find out I could hold onto a faster than usual pace. The push from the people behind me and in front of me definitely helped.  I think I could do better next time knowing now that I can run these paces on the trail, perhaps even faster.  But today was about getting my feet wet.


My brother Jim came with me to cheer me on and go for a bike ride while waiting. Nice to see the two Andy's, Patrick, Becky, Jodi, and Josephine.
This is a great event which I highly recommend with three races - 5 miles, half-marathon, and 33 1/3. It was nice for a change to not be running the longest race offered.

13.54 mi, 01:46, 07:48 pace

Warmup - 0.71 mi00:07:18, 10:16 pace

Pearl Izumi II Miles: 14.25
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
8.131.000.000.000.000.000.009.13

9.13 mi, 01:14, 08:04 pace

Later start than I wanted (had planned on running at 5:30 with the Striders but alarm set for PM instead of AM). Nice temps for running. Another good run in the GoRun, 9:27 first mile and 7:10 for the last mile. After missing the alarm, it was hard to motivate myself to get out of bed but glad I did.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 9.13
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
8.171.000.000.000.000.000.009.17

9.17 mi, 01:14, 08:02 pace

Similar run to yesterday but went farther into Thousand Oaks nbhd instead running longer in Fox Hollow. 9:30ish first mile, 6:51 last mile. Two good back to back 9 mile runs in a row. I'm on a roll!

Asics Cumulus Miles: 9.17
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
6.521.000.000.000.000.000.007.52

7.52 mi, 58:43, 7:48 avg

Slightly late start in a very light rain which turned to a medium rain as the run progressed.  Easy-ish first mile, a little bit faster the next two miles, then 7:20-7:30 for the next few with last mile at 7:08.
 

Skechers Go Run Miles: 7.52
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
5.393.810.000.000.000.000.009.20

9.2 mi, 1:13:01, 7:56 avg.

Cool and breezy, started just after 7:00, headed out to 54 and then Starkey Blvd.  Not feeling very energetic but thought I would try at least a short tempo run, so after 4 miles and just before the turn around picked it up and ran 2.81 miles at about a 6:40 pace (was going to stop at 2.5 but decided to go to the end of Starkey Blvd, hence the odd mileage).  After an easy mile (8:11), did the last mile at 6:52, then a very short cool down.

Felt pretty tired afterward but also a sense of accomplishment for picking it up when I felt like I was dragging.

Asics Cumulus Miles: 9.20
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
13.010.000.000.000.000.000.0013.01

13.01 mi, 01:53, 08:39 pace

7:00am start time in Starkey Park with Joe, Cynthia, and Jamie. 41 degrees at the start, nice day.

Originally, had thought about running longer today and shorter on Sunday, but at the risk of not following through made this one the shorter run.  Happy to finally complete my first 60+ mile week all year.  Want to make 60ish miles per week the standard again, rather than the exception.

Pearl Izumi II Miles: 13.01
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
17.510.000.000.000.000.000.0017.51

17.51 mi, 02:27, 08:22 pace

Slightly longer run than planned, grateful for the nice weather again. Ran down Trinity Blvd, to East Lake and then to the new section of Pinellas Trail along Tarpon Ave. Felt out feeling sluggish but it turned into a pretty good run. Enjoyed the new route.

Actually followed through with yesterday's promise to run long today.  Needed to get at least 14 miles in.  The nice thing about an out and back route is that going just a little bit farther increases the total twice as fast.  So, at 7 miles out it didn't seem like a big deal to add on another 1.5 miles.  Plus, at 7 miles out is when the route was most interesting, running past a big yard/small farm with a huge array of solar panels, lots of geese and then past another pond with an alligator sunning himself (although it might have been fake).  Some nice small rolling hills as well.

Pearl Izumi II Miles: 17.51
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
1.330.000.000.000.000.000.001.33

1.33 mi ,00:13:21, 10:02 pace

Out to the blue park and back. Only stopped briefly at fountain.

This was going to be my day off from running but no harm in a short easy run with the boys.  I think this runs with them are finally starting to pay off.  Thomas is no longer insisting on constantly stopping and seems to be ready to try longer distances again.  It's also great family time.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 1.33
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
5.123.000.000.000.000.000.008.12

8.12 mi , 01:01 ,07:32 pace

Good run with the Striders. No intervals but I did do one fast mile (6:48).  I think the mile before and after it was 7:15ish.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 8.12
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
9.210.000.000.000.000.000.009.21

6.15 mi, 51:22, 8:21 avg

First time in a while I managed to get in 6 miles before 7:00am on a Wednesday. Feeling slightly more motivated since last week.  Cool and damp this morning after last night's rain, perfect for running.  Typical neighborhood route over to golf course, t-shaped route and back.

PM

3.06 mi, 32:08, 10:30 avg

Talked the boys into a 3 mile run tonight.  Out and back to the water fountain.  Tom did no walk breaks this time (we did stop at the fountain though), much better than the last time we tried this in October.

Green Silence2 Miles: 3.06Asics Cumulus Miles: 6.15
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
5.720.003.000.000.000.000.008.72

8.72 mi, 01:09, 07:51 pace

Windy morning run with Striders at Longleaf, 5:30 start. Easy pace first 5 miles, then picked it up at the turn around with wind at my back for the most part, did three faster miles at 6:51, 6:42, and 6:35 then a cool down for the rest.

Green Silence2 Miles: 8.72
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
5.340.001.000.000.000.000.006.34

6.34 mi , 00:49, 07:46 pace

Cooler out this morning, a little bit of a breeze. Up and down past the golf course. Did 8:20ish pace for the first three miles, then picked it up with one faster mile at 6:45, then the rest 7:30ish.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 6.34
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
30.120.000.000.000.000.000.0030.12

30.12 mi 04:46 09:29 pace

Run went well. Started just after 5:00, met Joe at the back gate, headed toward 54 then up Starkey Blvd. Ran into Aristide for a bit since it was too early for the park. Ran into Keith and ran with him for a bit.

Back out onto Starkey Blvd (as Joe and Keith headed back toward Longleaf). Ran into the park and onto the off road trails. Missed one turn for my usual route had to stop and check where I was going which cost me a little time.

Crossed past the bike trail and headed up the power line dirt road. At some point I dropped one of my gels, tangerine flavor, kind of bummed about it. Turned back just after 16 miles and about a mile and a half later, found the gel I had dropped, small miracles. Heading back toward the horse corral saw Clark and Cindy running, said hi and kept on going. My pace had picked up after the turn around. About 12 miles in I was at a 10:09 pace, then at 19 a 9:52, and finally ended up with a 9:29 for the whole run. Mile 29 was 7:45 pace. I was at my house about 29.2 miles so I added on until I got to 30. I had set a goal for 25-30 for the run.

Pearl Izumi II Miles: 30.12
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
9.180.000.000.000.000.000.009.18

9.18 mi, 1:16:15. 8:18 pace

Ran in the neighborhood, 1 loop, then out to the golf course and back.  Warm and windy and a little bit humid.  I enjoyed these miles today, woke up feeling good.

 

Asics Cumulus Miles: 9.18
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
4.211.005.000.000.000.000.0010.21

10.21 mi, 01:22, 08:00 pace

Ran at the Y with the Striders, 5:30 start.

Easy mile warm up, and then decided to tag along with Melanie, Beka, and Diane while they did 6x1 mile repeats with 0.25 jogs between. Followed along for the first couple, kept up for the next two and ended up taking the lead for the last two. Run felt great. Weather had looked iffy, so glad I took a chance and had the fortune to run along with the fast girls. Split times: 6:52, 7:06, 6:42, 6:39,6:50,6:47

Skechers Go Run Miles: 10.21
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
8.050.000.000.000.000.000.008.05

8.05 mi, 1:04:41, 8:02/mi

Ran in the neighborhood, out to Heritage Springs, then back the other way and a bit out onto Trinity Blvd on the grassy shoulder.  Beautiful, cool morning perfect for running, thankful.

(started a little bit late, extra sleep was good)

Asics Cumulus Miles: 8.05
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
9.130.000.000.000.000.000.009.13

9.13 mi, 01:13, 07:57 pace

Neighborhood out to Kinsmere loop and then back. Cooler this morning and humid. Pleasant running weather.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 9.13
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
8.191.000.000.000.000.000.009.19

9.19 mi, 01:16, 08:15 pace

Started out feeling super sluggish but eventually warmed up. Ran out to water fountain, then did two loops out to Trinity Oaks and back, then home.

Last full mile at 7:04 pace, amazing how much difference between the first mile and last mile!

Glycerin (red) Miles: 9.19
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21.680.000.000.000.000.000.0021.68

21.68 mi, 03:10, 08:45 pace

Lake Tarpon Loop

Pinellas Trail on Tarpon Ave, to East Lake road and down to Tampa Rd. Cut through Highland Lakes and ran back to start. Stopped twice for water (7-11 and Publix) but kept my watch running for the stops.  Beautiful morning for running, a little overcast with the sun peaking out now and then, ended up with a farmer's tan.

Always kind of wanted to try this route. I think I would do it again.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 21.68
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
6.210.000.000.000.000.000.006.21

AM

4.83 mi, 42:49, 8:52 avg

Raining this morning, but it stopped briefly.  Had  thought about not running when I saw the rain but glad I went anyway, it really wasn't that bad.

PM

1.38 mi 00:12:43 09:12 pace

Ran with the boys to the blue park and back. Just one stop, return trip faster.

Glycerin (red) Miles: 4.83
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
7.130.000.000.000.000.000.007.13

7.13 mi, 01:01, 08:29 pace

Ran at the Y with the Striders

Easy paced first four miles, then last three a little bit faster. It was raining when I woke up and I thought about not going but knew the rain would stop.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 7.13
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
1.020.000.000.000.000.000.001.02

AM - bad thing about not blogging each day, I really can't remember why I didn't run this morning, maybe it was rain? or for tapering or maybe a little bit of both?

PM

1.02 mi 00:09:19 09:08 pace

To gate and back with the boys, no stopping and faster return trip.

Thanks boys, avoided goose egg

Skechers Go Run Miles: 1.02
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
3.311.004.000.000.000.000.008.31

8.31 mi ,01:01, 07:17 pace

Ran at Longleaf with the Striders. Did an impromptu tempo run when I picked it up for miles 4-8, with paces: 6:57,6:50,6:40,6:47,6:50.
Short cool down. Pleasant temps for running, pretty much perfect.

Skechers Go Run Miles: 8.31
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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
4.150.000.000.000.000.000.004.15

4.15 mi, 00:38, 09:04 pace

One last easy run before the big race, just a quick out and back from the house to Trinity Blvd

Pearl Izumi II Miles: 4.15
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Race: Croom Fools Run (50 Miles) 08:48:32, Place overall: 6, Place in age division: 5
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
50.000.000.000.000.000.000.0050.00

50 mi, 08:48:32, 10:34 pace

Ran the Croom Fools run 50 mile race, my third time in the last three years. Woke up at 3:40, met Eileen Coogan Boyle´╗┐ at Target to ride up to the race. Talked about her training which sounded like stuff I should have been doing but still felt pretty good about what I had done - some time on trails, a 30 mile run, some back to back long runs and a pretty good marathon in January. I had forgotten to bring sunscreen and asked her if she had any, which she didn't - but sunscreen would not be necessary today.

The first 5 miles went pretty well, 6:00 am start, followed along with the crowd being careful not to trip, just sort of taking it easy. I didn't wear my fuel belt which felt good for the warm up and it was still pretty cool out. Passed through the starting area, lots of people cheering who were getting ready to start the 50K and 16 mile races. As I was heading to my drop bag I tripped but fell somewhat gracefully with only a small scrape on my shin - more embarrassed than hurt. I figured it was good to get my fall out of the way early.


Grabbed my fuel belt and left one of my lights, it was still dark but would soon be light. I was slow going down the rooty section and let a lot of people go by me. Once it got light I picked it up a bit. I think the first loop was pretty good overall. I ran into several people I knew who were doing the 16 mile and 50K.


I started the second loop and finally felt like I was into a good rhythm. Coming up onto the aid station I glad to see Andy Barrett, thought maybe I could run behind him, but I didn't know it and would later find out he wasn't having a good day and encouraged me to pass him. So, I went ahead and ended up picking up the pace. Worried a little bit I was going a bit too fast but was also feeling good and didn't care if I'd had to pay later. Just before the aid station near the pits I passed up a guy wearing a straw hat and then saw him again at the aid station, he wasn't having a good day (but I'd see him again later).


When I came back to the starting area before the start of the third loop, race director Andy Matthews asked me about various people and gave me a huge amount of encouragement. I was feeling great but the clouds were starting to darken. I left the aid station feeling the best I have in the past three years starting the third loop, just 15 more miles to go. The dark clouds got darker and then the sprinkles turned to rain. Reached the aid station as it really started to come down. I asked one of the volunteers what the radar looked like "not good at all, tornado warnings!" It was in the 60's but the wind and rain made it feel cooler. I only had on a sleeveless shirt and no rain gear but at least I had a hat!


I trudged on from the aid station in the torrential rain, gave serious consideration to quitting but decided would definitely make it to the next aid station. I had three "miles of despair" which seemed longer. The thunder kept sounding closer and the trail turned into a creek. I kept on hop scotching between the left and right side to keep my feet from getting completely soaked.
I was looking for the landmarks for the next turn when I saw someone ahead. It was Clark and Cindy. Cindy was signed up for the 16 mile run, Clark for the 50k. If you ever ran into little Cindy on the streets you'd never know how truly tough she is (little tiny sweet woman in her 50's, I don't think she's more than 4'10" running her first trail race) but when Clark went to start his second loop she didn't want him to head out alone. They told me what a great job I was doing and sent me on my way.

Eventually the rain died down but didn't stop, there was a moment of peace that let me know things would be ok. Next, I saw Torami Williams who was volunteering at the next aid station but was standing on the trail about a hundred yards or so telling me it was just around the corner.


Then, onto the next aid station after one more pass through the pits. Saw the guy with the straw hat and his friend that I saw last time, but this time he was back and running stronger and was soon way out in front of me.
Looked at my watch, 8:04 , 4.5 miles left. I wouldn't make 8:30 but would be a good bit under 9:00. Ran pretty strong, up and down the hill with the peace sigh, Croom Mountain, the twin peaks and whatever the other ones are called. Not too far from the ascent up to Tucker hill are white stripes on the trees marking the camping areas. Up the last rooty section until I could see the parking lot and just like that the race was done.


I didn't beat my time from two years ago, but was 51 minutes faster than last year and felt way better, and except for the three miles of despair, held it pretty steady.  I felt like I had a new kind of energy that I had not felt in previous 50 mile races.

Big shout out to race director Andy Matthews, all of the awesome volunteers, and the many Striders who braved the elements for their races.

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Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTrainer 1 MilesTrainer 2 MilesRacer MilesTotal Distance
275.4612.8113.000.000.000.000.00301.27
Skechers Go Run Miles: 103.30Pearl Izumi II Miles: 79.04Asics Cumulus Miles: 41.75Green Silence2 Miles: 11.78Glycerin (red) Miles: 14.02
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