Last weekend, I ran my 26th half marathon in my quest for #lj50by30, the Deep Hollow Half marathon hosted by Liberty University Outdoor Recreation. I did this race back in 2015, and did not have the best experience. Continue reading “Deep Hollow Half Marathon”
Normally, when I sign up for races, I’ve thought about it for weeks in advance. But sometimes, I sign up completely in an impulse. The Army Ten Miler was one of those impulse decisions. Continue reading “Army Ten Miler”
This blog post is long overdue, but better late than never, right?
Back in August, before I went to Disneyland, I had the pleasure of running the Annapolis Ten Mile Run with my best running friends. We had a blast, and it definitely deserves its own blog post, so here we go! Continue reading “Annapolis Ten Mile Weekend”
The time has come for the final installment of the 2017 Disneyland Half Weekend Trilogy. I still can’t believe that as I write this, it’s almost two weeks after the event is over. I may or may not be having Disneyland and RunDisney withdrawals right now, and am already obsessing over my countdown to the Dopey Challenge. Continue reading “Disneyland Half Marathon Recap”
How has it been over a week since these races? It feels like just yesterday I was starting my countdown to my big California trip, and now it’s all over! I’ve got 3 detailed posts coming your way, so I don’t want to spoil anything, but I’m pretty sure that the Disneyland Half Marathon weekend was the most magical race experience I have ever had! Continue reading “Disneyland 5K Recap”
Last past weekend, I got to see if all my training is paying off. Back in March, I won an entry to the NCRC Classic Half Marathon at the silent auction during the RRCA Convention. Actually, I got a pretty awesome swag basket and the race entry, all for $15, so it was a great deal. Continue reading “2017 NCRC Classic Half Marathon”
The third time is a charm. At least, that’s how I feel with marathons. My first two I bombed so hard that as soon as I crossed the finish I swore to never do it again. Yet, somehow I still found myself training for America’s Toughest Road Marathon, as an ambassador. I was given my choice of distance and something pulled me to the marathon. This third marathon of mine is the one that it took to fall in love with the distance. Despite the pain and suffering, I can’t wait to toe the line of another full marathon in November. Continue reading “Blue Ridge Marathon 2017”