Wilderness Ten Miler Race Report

What is the definition of a race? From the race director’s email this week, it said it was going to be an “organized training run.” Okay, we didn’t have bibs or awards. But we did have a starting line, a finish line, 3 aid stations and most importantly jambalaya and beer. So I am going to call it race.  Plus … Continue reading “Wilderness Ten Miler Race Report”

Rocky Raccoon Race Report

This is going to be a difficult report to write because the end result was a DNF (did not finish).  I was 16 years old the last time I did not finish a race and that was because I got bored. This one is in a whole different category.  This will be a long post, so put on a fresh … Continue reading “Rocky Raccoon Race Report”

Middendorf 10 Miler Race

When I woke up yesterday morning, I definitely had mixed emotions about the race.   I wanted to race, but my last run was a disaster with my legs aching.   The weather was supposed to be cooler, but there was also a chance of torrential rains.   I was curious to see what I could do, but I knew … Continue reading “Middendorf 10 Miler Race”

Louise’s Race Report

12-08-2008 Running the St. Jude half-marathon was more fulfilling than I ever could have imagined. This feeling has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that I was able to run it. When I first decided to participate I knew how blessed I was just to be able to consider such a task. I honestly can say that the abundance … Continue reading “Louise’s Race Report”

New Appreciation for BOP

This report may be spread out over several posts.   Some by me.   Hopefully one by Christine and Marcelo.   It would be difficult to put the entire experience down at one writing. This past Saturday I ran in the St. Jude Marathon in Memphis, Tennessee. My two main reasons for running this race: raising money for St. Jude … Continue reading “New Appreciation for BOP”