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Jacksonville Bank marathon & half marathon by Marathon Mommies !. Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 12:40pm Yesterday was the Jacksonville Bank marathon and half marathon. We had sunny weather, about 65 at the 7am start and well into the 70 degree range at the finish. A little on the warm side for distance running you could say. After not running for almost 3 weeks I didn't have the expectation that I would have a really excellent time. It ... Read on »
Jacksonville Bank Half Marathon 2011 Recap by RoadJane Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 9:32am  It was more of a “try to stay warm” because it was a chilly 45 degrees outside and pretty windy so we wore our jackets and walked briskly to pick up her packet inside the gym. Scores of people were already inside an hour before the race, but I’m guessing this had to do with it being cold as a mofo. After picking up her packet we looked aro ... Read on »
Race Report and Review: Long Beach International City Bank Marathon & Half Marathon by IronBrandon Posted Thu 04 Nov 2010 10:27am Posted by Brandon on Nov 4, 2010 | By Erin Cockrill Sometimes you have to go back to the very beginning.  For me that meant going back to my first race, the very one where I learned the rush of the finishing chute and the novelty of earn ... Read on »
Vermont KeyBank Half Marathon Recap by Carissa Fit2flex Facebook Posted Mon 02 Jun 2014 6:13pm Disclaimer: My trip was paid for by Cabot, all opinions and cheese love are my own. This is how I felt before the  Keybank Vermont City 2-person marathon relay . And then this is what I thought after... Guys, running up hill is hard. Running up hill(s) plural is brutal.  You should train for them.  But that would be let's ... Read on »
Deadwood-Mickelson Half Marathon - Vanquishing my half marathon demons by chrissto23 Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 6:46pm In July of 2007 I ran the Spearfish Canyon Half Marathon. I had only run one previous half, the 2006 edition of the same race, and my goal for the 2007 race was simply to better my time of 1:33:XX. Coming just two weeks after a tough, hot run at the inaugural Missoula Marathon, I wasn’t expecting much and would have been perfectly happy with a 1: ... Read on »
Flying Pirate Half Marathon: Arrrrgh you ready to run 13.1 in the rain? by RunnJRun Posted Thu 26 Apr 2012 8:30pm On our way into Outer Banks we stopped at Dunkin Donuts to grab some bagels for our pre-half marathon breakfast. The hotel had a continental breakfast, but we needed to be out of the hotel by 5:15, and the breakfast didn’t open until 5:30. Thankfully, they had the 24/7 coffee machines in the lobby, so we were able to grab some coffe ... Read on »
Richmond Marathon Training: Week 11 – Newport Half Marathon PR! by Dori Manela Posted Wed 25 Sep 2013 4:22pm I ran my first half marathon on my 27th birthday, three and a half years ago, in 2:18:53 . Around this time three years ago, I set a new PR, running the Divas Half Marathon in 2:14:44 . I was overjoyed when I ran 2:06:27 at the Queens Half Marathon in July, 2011 (Andy’s first time spectating, and his first time meeting my mom). I ... Read on »
Jacksonville Bank 1/2 marathon - Race Report by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 19 Dec 2010 2:25pm I must say..watching the Ironman World Championships, on the day before a race, can be a wonderful boost. I say it every year, but the NBC showing of the IM world championships is so inspiring and motivating, and gets better every year! Compared to years past, I had a calm, yet tingly, feeling while watching the broadcast. Knowing that I will b ... Read on »
Mud Pie. (also known as the You Go Girl! Half Marathon Recap) ... by Tonia B. Posted Tue 28 Sep 2010 6:40am Disclaimer: I am in no way going to do justice to my trip to Seattle and the AMAZING time I had. It was AWESOME, SPECTACULAR and TOTALLY FUN. And my recaps (today - the race, tomorrow - the trip) can't possibly include everything I want to, unless you want to read a novel. So, here it goes. The You Go Girl! Half Marathon Reca ... Read on »
First Half Marathon of the Year! by Running Lizard Posted Mon 19 Mar 2012 11:22am So I ran my first half marathon in over a year and a half. USA! USA! Newest member of my medal collection. USA! Last half was in August 2010 and I ran a PR! It was glorious and I was so pumped!  I have been itching to run another for sooo long, but with my idiot knee, I knew I needed to take more than a few months off from logging s ... Read on »