Those miserable Newton hills! Someone who qualified and trained hard for Boston shouldn’t be running such slow times…”
At the half way point, I was right on pace for my goal. But as the miles ticked by, they became more and more difficult.
The downhill start made it easy and all the fast runners made me go faster than I should: I went completely out of pace
I think my brain was kinda like “I think I can, I think I can, choo choo!” It’s funny how when you run downhill for
Everyone warned me to go out slow, so I did. The first mile was an 8:23 or so; and I stood in awe at all
My journey as a runner began in 2010, when a co-worker shared information on the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program. She was
The 2013 Boston Marathon was my first marathon. I got a bib at the last minute (about a month before) to run on the Team
I had just gotten out of the city, away from the devastation, and now my husband was heading directly into it
I woke up the morning of April 15 th, 2013, ready to conquer a marathon. Literally. I had trained for the past four months with
I am not sure I can put into words what we are feeling and what yesterday, April 15th, 2013, was like, but I will try.
A total of 23,336 runners started the 2013 Boston Marathon, with 17,580 finishing. In the next few days, the Associated Press analyzed images and data
Accompanied by cooler temperatures, race day started with promise and enthusiasm. The starting line was abuzz with talk of PR’s and possible personal Boston bests.
Jim and I left for Boston Saturday April 13, with much anticipation and excitement. We left the girls in the very capable hands of Gramsby
I am a practicing physician in southwest Tennessee’s Hardin County, and live in a small community just north of Corinth, Mississippi. I started running seriously