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2016-09-12 4:39 PM
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Originally posted by trijamie

Holy crap! Congrats!!! Still so much time left to go

She's a machine



2016-09-17 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by rrrunner

I hit 1,000 last week. There was no fanfare or band playing, just continued footfalls



I'm late but right now I'm clapping wildly, cheering loudly, and just cued up the song "Born to Run". Way to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2016-09-25 5:26 PM
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I hit 1008.22 miles today.
2016-10-03 9:14 AM
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Originally posted by DeVinci13

I hit 1008.22 miles today.

WTG!!!!!

780.2 for me. I think I'll make the 1,000 miles before year-end but pretty sure won't make my goal of 1225. After my November marathon, I get the feeling I'll go thru a slump - like I normally do.
2016-11-12 1:51 AM
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Finally reached projected annual mileage above 700. Maybe I can make it to 800. Broken toe I had earlier this year may have set me back at least a couple hundred miles. I'm still gonna get as close to 1000 as I can!
2016-12-01 7:58 AM
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Oh Goodness, I've just realized that I've got to get moving to make the 1000 miles. At 937. Barely ahead of rabbit but won't stay ahead if I keep up with the recent inertia.

How is every one else doing?


2016-12-02 10:22 AM
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I think I may hit 1500 for the year! Of course I've done no swim and minimal bike this year.

2016-12-04 11:36 AM
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Not going to make 1000, but should be a record run year for me.  Congrats on all those who are on track to hit their goal!

2016-12-04 3:18 PM
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I'm a little over 600 right now, so definitely not going to make it this year unfortunately. Had I been going at the rate that I've been going since last summer, I would have likely been around or over 1500 for this year, but I had a lot of other things going on in my life during the last half of this year that took time away from my runnin shoes. I focused a lot more on my career which paid off for me in a great way, so now that I've got all that hard work out of the way, I'm really looking forward to getting as much running in as I can, while still doing everything else. Congrats to everyone for all the miles logged. Finish out December on a high note!

2016-12-29 12:45 PM
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The end of the year is fast approaching. Be sure to log your distances.

So I made it to 1000 - but that's km not miles.

My current total is 665 miles and I will probably get in one more run before the end of the year.
I haven't given much thought to running goals this year. There was a period during the summer when I was not able to run so I tried to focus on other activities that I enjoy.

This is in no way intended to diminish the accomplishment of those that extended themselves and met (or didn't meet) their running goals. 1000 miles is a nice achievement - congratulations to everyone that reached this milestone!

Happy New Year.
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2016-12-29 4:24 PM
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Originally posted by donw

The end of the year is fast approaching. Be sure to log your distances.

So I made it to 1000 - but that's km not miles.

My current total is 665 miles and I will probably get in one more run before the end of the year.
I haven't given much thought to running goals this year. There was a period during the summer when I was not able to run so I tried to focus on other activities that I enjoy.

This is in no way intended to diminish the accomplishment of those that extended themselves and met (or didn't meet) their running goals. 1000 miles is a nice achievement - congratulations to everyone that reached this milestone!

Happy New Year.
Don


1000km is still pretty good man! I didn't make it to 1000 miles either due to damn injuries. Tried to get to 800 but my right patella got inflamed. Onto next year's 1000 mile goal!


2016-12-31 9:49 AM
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Last run of the year completed. I ended up running 1345.50 miles in 2016. Not a bad total.
2016-12-31 12:07 PM
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Lookin good Devinci! Congrats to everyone on their miles for this year. I just had my last run of 2016 and maxed out at 623 for the year. Hope you all have a very successful 2017

2017-01-01 12:43 PM
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Happy New Year all!  I made 704 this year.  Second highest total ever for me.  My training always tends to drop off after my fall HM so I lose a lot of ground on the ol' rabbit.  There is always 2017!  Congrats to all!

2017-01-01 6:26 PM
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Congrats to all who made 100+!!!! I had it in my sights and the last two days of the year was too busy for me to finish up. 990 miles. Hopefully 2017 will be better. But great job Everyone!
2017-01-02 11:53 AM
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Aww man 990!!!? So close! Congrats though, that's a hell of a feat



2017-01-05 2:36 PM
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Originally posted by IronOx

Happy New Year all!  I made 704 this year.  Second highest total ever for me.  My training always tends to drop off after my fall HM so I lose a lot of ground on the ol' rabbit.  There is always 2017!  Congrats to all!




Yup, off to 2017 challenge!

Congrats to everyone, despite if you reached 1,000 or not
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