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July 25, 2009

ninety-fourth (1/2M time trial)

13.1 in 1:27:45
I didn't think I'd get out there and do it, but some how timing worked out and it didn't rain buckets. It went really well.

The conditions were near perfect:
8 hours of sleep.
Slow day at work.
Cloud coverage, including light rain at the beginning and end.
Cool temperatures.
Flat, dry dirt, mostly straight, out and back path.
Marked every 1/2 mile (for ease in keeping track of pace)

I felt good the whole time and hope I can continue to get in more mileage over the next 4-5 weeks, even though they will be busy. I'll probably get in another 1/2M time trialish thing, but more along the lines of a long run with the first 7-8 miles easy, and then the next 13 at a hard pace. Sometime in September, probably. We'll see.




2 comments:

  1. Uhh right. This was on a scooter or something?

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  2. no scooter, but definitely great conditions and a PR by about 9 minutes. I've just finished 5 months of consistent running and it's always good to see the progress, since day in and day out it's hard to notice.

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