5mi. There will be a time when I can't run on a private track, shower on premise, and walk barefoot across perfectly manicured fairway-grade lawn to stretch out my toes. But that's not today! I have been in marathon training for months. That means plenty of runs, never that fast, but no true speed or … Continue reading Marathon vs 5k
Sunfest 5k time! It's warm and sunny at 5:30 pm. But that's not the whole story. We are delayed due to a train stuck blocking Okeechobee Blvd. Apparently, runners stuck on the other side called-in to friends on this side, which got to race management in time to stall the start. I warm up by running … Continue reading Sunfest TGI5k 2017
Today I attended the 2nd Garden of Life 5k at PGA National Resort and Spa. I was a volunteer for this event like last year. For the first running of this race, I was at the "crossroads" of golf cart paths that get run past twice on the course. It's an important spot where four … Continue reading A 5k first!
5k This one has a story - Yesterday was the 41st running of the Shamrock 10-miler and 5k. I was involved in running the Palm Beach Roadrunners tent. I was also tasked with making some announcements along with the awarding of overall awards. It was a successful and busy race with over 1000 entries. I … Continue reading Strive for the Hive 5k
3.1 mi. This was my first time running this race. I've been a few times as the emcee/announcer, and always thought, "Gee, it's very warm and still out to be blasting through a 5k." The race begins at 5:30pm so it can be over and out of the way for the beginning of the regular … Continue reading SunFest TGi5k
8 mi. "You run through the pain with your head." This statement from Megan Hartman summarizes my 6 miles of hills. She is a local runner, friend of Teresa and Angie's that came in second overall at Saturday's Dreher Park Dash. She ran in high school and at Clemson, with a best ever 5k in … Continue reading New hill mentality
3.1 mi It was a good day for the annual 5k to support the Susan Komen Breast Cancer society. Race temps were a full 30 degrees warmer than last year, which made for a more enjoyable lead up to the race, but times were not as fast across the board. Last night and this morning, … Continue reading Race for the Cure