Racing Cbus and beyond
Races are what some of us train for. What keeps us going. Maybe you are doing it for fun, to raise money or awareness for a charity or perhaps you’re chasing that next PR. Maybe you like to travel and running/racing is a fun way to see a new city. Whatever your reasons, we understand them. And support them!
Personally, I have several race goals, including a half marathon in half the states and a new run goal this year, participating in at least one race (or at least an organized running event) per month for a year. I didn’t start until April so I’ll be chasing this challenge into March of 2018. 🙂 Here is what I have on the books so far…
June – Find Me Where the Wild Things Are – one hour night run (my first!)
September – Scioto River Run Half Marathon
October – Still pending, perhaps the Cbus Half?
November – Hot Chocolate 15K
I haven’t thought past that so if you have any favorites for December – March, send them my way! Hoping hubby will let us go somewhere warm in the winter months!
So what are you waiting for? Go sign up for a race! Maybe by yourself with your race face on. Or maybe with your kids to help them finish their first one. Heck, you could even start your own race for a cause! Just go do it. You’ll be happy you did. 🙂
FORE! Miler 2017
I’ve been super busy and traveling and baaaaaad about blogging… but here is a quick recap from this year’s FORE! Miler. This is our third year since the race began in 2015 and I hope to do it for years to come.
Race day was ANOTHER rainy Columbus day. Almost all of my races this year have had rain, so it was nothing new to me! Some bailed, most showed up. Some had ponchos and rain jackets, some braved it in tanks. This was another “run for fun” race for me personally, we were just out there to get in some miles, take some pics and enjoy the after party. We all huddled under the Golden Bear Club until the race started, attempting to stay dry until it was time.
My husband and his buddy wore their bathing suits. We thought this was hilarious, but they thought it was perfectly normal…. if its going to be raining, why not? 🙂 I didn’t realize until now looking at this pic that I think they are both due for some new running shoes.
It is a nice four mile course through my hometown of Dublin, Ohio. The rain came and went, but it actually kept the heat at bay (the last two years it was HOT!!!) so it was actually a welcome change.
I ran with my friend Jen and there were Living Fit crew that finished ahead of us and behind us. We carried on conversation during the run, finished with a respectable time, grabbed our bling and then headed to what M3S is known for… their after party!
Another great race and a fit happy hour with friends. We will be back next year!
Well, I spent more time on this post than I’d planned. Time to go conquer the day. Make it a great week! Hope you get to enjoy International Yoga day tomorrow!