Race Reports

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Or, I Can’t Throw Away My Throwaway Sweatshirt. I’ll delve into that part of the story in a minute. The Indianapolis Monumental was just overall an awesome racing experience with LOTS of cool moments. It all began over a year ago…(cue flashback music) When we found out I was pregnant last October, I was training

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Or, A 5K Makes Rachel Cry. But they were tears of joy, so it was OK. Here’s my race report for the 2014 Girls Night Out All-Female 5K! Pre-Race: I had a work commitment in the morning, where I helped to man a WGM booth at a local n0nprofit event. Fortunately, I was able to

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A crisp, sunny September day. Over 200 women gathered to go for a 3.1-mile run together. Pink and sparklies fill the crowd. Friends to share the experience with. I thoroughly enjoyed the Girls Night Out All-Female 5K in downtown Kokomo yesterday. I picked that race for a few reasons: 1. Proximity: It was nice and

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This race report is insanely late, like, six weeks late! But I wanted to document that it happened, so here it is, mostly for my own benefit. Pre-race: Steve and I stayed at at little BnB about two blocks from the finish line, so it was the easiest thing in the world to get up

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It had been a year and a half since I ran my last 10K race, and I wanted to sign up for a few things as I’m working my way back up to running the Ludington Lakestride half in June. The Run for Freedom 10k/5k was in my town and the price was right ($35