Monthly Archives: October 2015

Trail(s) to a PR – Chicago Marathon Race Recap

Bank of America Chicago Marathon – October 11, 2015 To start – Chicago was very awesome because my parents met me there, and my sister made a surprise trip as well! How can any race be bad when your family

Trail(s) to a PR – Chicago Marathon Race Recap

Bank of America Chicago Marathon – October 11, 2015 To start – Chicago was very awesome because my parents met me there, and my sister made a surprise trip as well! How can any race be bad when your family

Sometimes Pacing Beats Racing – The Grand Lake Marathon Race Recap

The Grand Lake Marathon – September 26th, 2015 Somewhere in western Ohio, but 20 miles from the Indiana border, someone decided to build a damn and create a very large lake back in the 1850’s.  The purpose of this lake

Sometimes Pacing Beats Racing – The Grand Lake Marathon Race Recap

The Grand Lake Marathon – September 26th, 2015 Somewhere in western Ohio, but 20 miles from the Indiana border, someone decided to build a damn and create a very large lake back in the 1850’s.  The purpose of this lake

A Day With TROT – Next Gen and Night Moves Trail Race Recaps

Next Generation and Night Moves Trail Races – September 12, 2015 I had the very rare opportunity to volunteer at a race and run a race in the same day, in the same location.  During this time, I got to

A Day With TROT – Next Gen and Night Moves Trail Race Recaps

Next Generation and Night Moves Trail Races – September 12, 2015 I had the very rare opportunity to volunteer at a race and run a race in the same day, in the same location.  During this time, I got to

DNF at the Habanero Hundred (50k) – Lessons Learned, Lessons Learned

DNF = Did Not Finish The 50k at the Habanero 100 was my first DNF.  I knew this race was going to be hard and a challenge – I thought I had prepared.  In retrospect I wasn’t ready.  So with

DNF at the Habanero Hundred (50k) – Lessons Learned, Lessons Learned

DNF = Did Not Finish The 50k at the Habanero 100 was my first DNF.  I knew this race was going to be hard and a challenge – I thought I had prepared.  In retrospect I wasn’t ready.  So with