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Columbus 10k

08 Jun

Comments: I don’t want to call it a race, but rather a run. So, the run went good. I intentionally ran slow in the beginning, because of the heat and not wanting to walk a whole bunch at the end.

I did walk more at the end then I would have liked, but mentally I was in control. That is something that is important to me. The last few races I have finished somewhat in a daze and I didn’t want to do that this time. Granted, a 10k is not nearly as long as a 1/2 or full marathon, but it’s a start.

The run was hot, with water station located at mile 2 and 4.25. Some good soul gave away water bottles at mile 3. Heaven sent! The water was ice cold and just what I needed. At mile 4.25 I traded the empty bottle in for some tap water (I am not a fan of tap water, but not too picky at that point).

Like I said I walked a bit more than I had hoped at the end, but felt strong and actually picked my pace up the last .2 miles (9:42 pace).

I am looking forward to doing it again next year.

Time: 9:00 am

Weather:  80’s

Clothes: New MiT Shirt and NB shorts

Shoes: Saucony ProGrid (98.3 miles)

Distance: 6.2

Time: 1:12:12

Split: 11:39

Course: Columbus 10k.

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1 Comment

Posted by on June 8, 2008 in 6.2, Long Run, Race, Race Report, Running

 

One response to “Columbus 10k

  1. crankygirl

    June 9, 2008 at 1:02 pm

    Congratulations on such a good performance in the heat! That is excellent.

     
 
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