Here's my race report. . .
This is what was hanging on the refrigerator door for twelve weeks--my Hal Higdon Half Marathon Training Schedule. Every box is now officially crossed off!
We always build a "running man" the night before the race. This ensures that you have the essentials. . . socks, shoes, Garmin, SpiBelt, shades, iPod, headphones, etc. It's hard to think clearly when the alarm goes off at 4am.
|Tricia's "Running Man"|
|Drew, Tricia and Cliff|
|Isn't it beautiful?|
1. Achieve a PR (Personal Record) time of less than 2:07:54.
2. Run the whole thing.
3. Run, but walk through the water stations.
5. Live to tell about it.
|Pretending to feel awesome at Mile 11|
|Coming in for the finish!|
|Look at that COOL medal!|
|My running pals: Cliff, Drew and Todd|
Next up, it'll be time to print my half marathon photos and make them a part of that permanent record. And that's where Club Scrap's fun Marathon Collection comes in. I love the prints because they have a framework where you can fill in your finish time with digital numbers. Way cool. 2:14:54.
|Fill in the numbers to record the chip time. Nifty.|