60F / 16C
Total Time = 10m 30s
Overall Rank = 42/
Age Group = 40-45
Age Group Rank = 18/
Enjoyed a nice breakfast cookie and half a cup of coffee for breakfast. Put together a positive playlist to motivate me on my first race of the new year.
Stretched out quite a bit because I've been a little stiff the last few days.
The run went pretty well. There was a lot of standing water to dodge, but I managed it. Hit mile two and my timer said 16:57, so I knew I was making great time. I had to reign myself in some since I have a marathon next weekend.
What would you do differently?:
Nothing. The run went great! Oh, maybe not include The Doors' "Light My Fire" in the playlist. That is one long-ass song! Fortunately it finished and "Unbelievable" ran me in. Great song to finish a race to.
waited by the finish line for Roy and cheered in other runners and crazy people. Had a hot cocoa and some cranberry bread and juice.
What limited your ability to perform faster:
Held myself back a bit. I think I could have knocked a few minutes off if I weren't tapering.
Fun race and what a GREAT way to start a new year! While I ran I thought about what 2006 will have to bring to me, what I wanted to take from 2005 into 2006, and what things I'm thankful for. I will definitely do this race again next year.
Last updated: 2005-12-31 10:00 PM
00:27:58 | 03.1099 miles | 8m 59s min/mile
Age Group: 18/
Course: Started in the hangar at Sandpoint on Lake Washington. Ran through the park and around. Crazy people stopped for a "dip" in Lake Washington before finishing the race. I am not crazy. Next year, I will be.
Keeping cool Good Drinking Just right
Weight change: %
Mental exertion [1-5] 5
Physical exertion [1-5] 4
Good race? Yes
Course challenge Too easy
Events on-time? No
Lots of volunteers? Yes
Plenty of drinks?
Post race activities: Good
Race evaluation [1-5] 4
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