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Miami, Florida
United States
US Road Sports & Entertainment of Florida, LLC
Total Time = 2h 11m 40s
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Age Group =
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Event warmup:

Guess I forgot to post this report!

Race morning was pretty cold - and OMG the wind. I've never seen anything like it on a race morning. I had a throw away shirt - could have used a whole throw away down coat and snow pants!
Run
  • 2h 11m 40s
  • 13.1 miles
  • 10m 03s  min/mile
Comments:

The beginning of the run goes over the causeway as the sun is rising. It was pretty cool to run along side all those big cruise ships!

I would have liked to run at a 9:45 but the beginning was just slow going - lots of people in packed streets and I really wasn't warmed up anyway.

Oh well. to finish is to win :)
Post race
Warm down:

We had the best hotel - walking distance but just far enough out of the fray. WOOT!

Event comments:

Seemed to be well run with good rest stops.




Last updated: 2015-11-17 12:00 AM
Running
02:11:40 | 13.1 miles | 10m 03s  min/mile
Age Group: 0/
Overall: 0/
Performance:
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Course: FLAT but WINDY
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Physical exertion [1-5]
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Your RR is early based on Manatee standards

Great job!

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