Category Archives: Pacing

Marathon March – Back on the Roads

Wheeew!  I’ve had little time to post as March was a crazy month, so I figured I’d give a few quick lines on the goings on.  I came out of my last trail marathon in February (Saddle Blazer) feeling burnt

Marathon March – Back on the Roads

Wheeew!  I’ve had little time to post as March was a crazy month, so I figured I’d give a few quick lines on the goings on.  I came out of my last trail marathon in February (Saddle Blazer) feeling burnt

Pacing Antics on the Bayou – The Louisiana Marathon Race Recap

The 3rd weekend of January always plays host to the Chevron Houston Marathon – my hometown race that starts but a mere two miles from my front door.  I had run this race every year since 2013.  It is a

Pacing Antics on the Bayou – The Louisiana Marathon Race Recap

The 3rd weekend of January always plays host to the Chevron Houston Marathon – my hometown race that starts but a mere two miles from my front door.  I had run this race every year since 2013.  It is a

Running is Supposed to Be Fun! – The BCS Marathon Race Recap

The BCS (Bryant-College Station) Marathon – December 13th, 2015 – College Station Texas Running is Supposed to Be Fun My review and recap of the BCS Marathon will have a slightly different flavor than usual.  This race wasn’t about setting

Running is Supposed to Be Fun! – The BCS Marathon Race Recap

The BCS (Bryant-College Station) Marathon – December 13th, 2015 – College Station Texas Running is Supposed to Be Fun My review and recap of the BCS Marathon will have a slightly different flavor than usual.  This race wasn’t about setting

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