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2009-04-18 5:28 PM
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I PR'd the event, but did not make my sub 30 goal (just missed). My RR is up!


2009-04-18 5:39 PM
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Had fun. Lots of people, wow! This was my first big road race. Felt like a sheep running in a herd.
2009-04-18 5:45 PM
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YES!!!!!!! I was stoked I ran 26:59. With being sick I was hoping to just run under 28 min. I took the first mile easy and sped up each mile as I felt fine. I finished with quite a bit in the tank, which felt great. I think I could have held that pace for a 10K. I guess my legs got a good rest this week being sick. Also maybe taking a shot of DayQuil before the race is a secret weapon. LOL
2009-04-18 6:15 PM
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moto_mort - 2009-04-18 3:45 PM YES!!!!!!! I was stoked I ran 26:59. With being sick I was hoping to just run under 28 min. I took the first mile easy and sped up each mile as I felt fine. I finished with quite a bit in the tank, which felt great. I think I could have held that pace for a 10K. I guess my legs got a good rest this week being sick. Also maybe taking a shot of DayQuil before the race is a secret weapon. LOL


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2009-04-18 7:27 PM
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Having the corrals helped, but it was still crowded and too many people started in the first few corrals that need to start way in the back!!!  So I still spent the entire race bobbing and weaving through the crowd!

I had low expectations for this race since I am just coming back to running, and since I have been having problems breathing these days!!!  But I bought a Primatine Mist inhaler last night, and used it last night, this morning at 3:30 and before the race at 6:30.  Seems to help me get rid of the wheezing!!!  I knew there was NO way of coming close to last years time of 8:07 min miles, so my goal was to be close to 9, ecstatic if I could be under 9, and I beat my expectations with 35:57 ...an 8:34 min mile.  Just about the same as my first Pat's Run 2 years ago. I'll take it!!!

2009-04-18 7:40 PM
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Great job everybody!



2009-04-19 2:15 PM
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Great job, everyone.

I ran the race in 34:07 not bad considering I haven't run in a month nursing a hammy strain....still trying to drop those last 5 lbs. to get under 200, but I'll take it for now

2009-04-20 11:54 AM
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Good lord people, you all make me feel so slow. I ran it in 43:50. And that was pretty good for me!

2009-04-20 2:45 PM
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Good Job All!!! Wow there are some very fast people in our forums. Some of those times just amaze me and make my jaw drop. I did it in 36:19 pushing the kiddo in stroller which shocked me because I have been sick. Had to dodge a lot folks. I won't lie it felt good passing people while pushing a stroller uphill.
2009-04-21 10:41 AM
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azitpros - 2009-04-20 12:45 PM Good Job All!!! Wow there are some very fast people in our forums. Some of those times just amaze me and make my jaw drop. I did it in 36:19 pushing the kiddo in stroller which shocked me because I have been sick. Had to dodge a lot folks. I won't lie it felt good passing people while pushing a stroller uphill.

I'm hoping you were running with a stroller, because if you walked it with a stroller and beat me by 8:10 then I need serious help with my run.

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