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2014-11-23 7:59 PM
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#759- 3 mi
#760- 2 mi
#761- 2 mi

#762- 50.2 miles. JFK 50 Mile.

Finished in 8:48. Body held up, and I had a good time. I'll get a race report up soon.

#763- 2 mi. I'm not sure if this was my most painful post race run, but it was up there.


2014-11-24 8:46 AM
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Great race Rich!

Day #5 without running. I have been able to walk Brewer. Should be back to running by end of the week.
2014-11-24 11:07 AM
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Originally posted by Lumber Dad

Great race Rich!

Day #5 without running. I have been able to walk Brewer. Should be back to running by end of the week.


Thanks! And good to hear your recovery is going well. Hope to see you streaking soon.

#764- 2 mi.

Much easier than yesterday.

I had to work standing all day yesterday, and my ankle, which was fine during the race and the following morning run, and 6 hours into my shift it started acting up out of nowhere. I had a decent amount of swelling, and iced it all last night. Woke up this morning and it was better, and now it barely huts. It was the weirdest thing. The knee is the same, just tender in that one spot, and only bothered me a bit on the hills during the race. I plan to take the next month very easy and get myself all healed up. My tentative plan for next year is to keep a decent swim/bike base while training for Boston. Probably 3-4 hours per week on the bike with good intensity, and 3 hours for 3 swims/week in the pool. The rest will be as much running as I can handle.

After Boston, I'd like to test myself with the NJ state triathlon, which was my first that I did in 2012 and see my improvement. I'd also like to fit in a 70.3 sometime next year too. I am really feeling the urge to look for a 100 mile ultra to try. Not sure where it would fit in, but definitely after Boston. The other races are negotiable.

Got my race report posted. http://www.beginnertriathlete.com/discussion/forums/thread-view.asp...
2014-11-25 8:35 AM
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Originally posted by MSU_Brad Friday my run was in Annapolis right next to the Naval Academy, which was really cool. Wished I could have run on campus with the plebes, but didn't have my ID with me as I was running. Went back to do the walking tour later that day which was awesome. Ran in College Park on Saturday.

Going to finally get the courage up and start doing outdoor running this year in the winter. Went to one running store yesterday looking for the Brooks Ghost Gore Tex version, but they weren't stocked yet. Checking another tonight. Probably going to buy a fat tire mountain bike to do some winter riding too.


Annapolis has a great running community and the town itself is an excellent place to put in some miles.


#279 - 6.2 at a local turkey trot. I got in under an hour and the race swag was a pretty sweet 1/4 zip pullover, so I'll call it a win.
#280 - 2.4
#281 - 4.1
2014-11-25 9:12 AM
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#12 - 13.10 miles
#13 - 2.00 miles - easy
#14 - 2.00 miles - fast
2014-11-27 7:31 AM
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Rich nice job on your JFK 50 miler, you know you are going to do a 100 miler so just give in and sign up.

Lumberdad glad you are feeling better and that you should be back to running soon.

I have a 50k coming up in just over 3 weeks, the 21st of December in southern Ohio. Hope the weather is not too bad that day.

I hope everyone has a very Happy Thanksgiving.


2014-11-27 10:53 PM
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Originally posted by navbtcret

Rich nice job on your JFK 50 miler, you know you are going to do a 100 miler so just give in and sign up.

Lumberdad glad you are feeling better and that you should be back to running soon.

I have a 50k coming up in just over 3 weeks, the 21st of December in southern Ohio. Hope the weather is not too bad that day.

I hope everyone has a very Happy Thanksgiving.


#765- 2 mi
#766- 2 mi
#767- 3 mi - ran the last mile in 7:30 just to feel if I "had my legs back" and felt good. I will force myself to run a max for 40 mpw over the following 3 weeks and take an official "off season" to lick my wounds.

As far as the 100 miler. It is pretty inevitable, the seed is planted and I want to do it. I've already been looking at a few, and am pretty set on one. I'm looking over my work schedule and other commitments before I pull the trigger, but I'm pretty sure I'm going to go for it.

Hope everyone had a great holiday.
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