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Official Survivor 7 Race Results!

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I did better then I thought! Even with my walk breaks!

I average 9:45 minute miles and finished the race in 68 minute 10 seconds. That may be the fastest I’ve run a race at that distance! The 37/96 is where I placed in my age group. Not too shabby. I’ll take it. :)

Click here for a bit of a recap (not as long as most of my recaps) and here to see my updated 2010 Running Goals Page.

Now I need to find a July event! Suggestions??



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There are 8 comments so far.

    Brandi

    June 14, 2010

    There is a race in my hometown of Eudora, KS on July 10th… Just sayin :)

    roni

    June 14, 2010

    I’ve been pondering setting a 1 event per state goal next… maybe that will be KS’s!! ;)

    Awesome!!! So cool!

    Oh, do this race:

    http://nyrr.org/races/2010/r0710x00.asp#
    and definitly think about doing this one:

    http://www.runlikeadiva.com/Divas_Half_Marathon.htm

    laurie

    June 14, 2010

    you are so inspiring! congratulations on your great run! (and thanks for your comment back on the sausage and peppers–made it last night and the husband and my little toddler LOVED it!) it was a little spicy though, so we will try the sweet sausage next time. :)

    Laura Jane

    June 14, 2010

    Awesome!!! Congratulations! That’s so inspiring.

    Jeanine

    June 15, 2010

    Congrats on the great run!

    Jen (aka KUrunner)

    June 19, 2010

    April 17, 2011 — Kansas Marathon in my “home” town.

    Just saying. ;-)

    As far as the per state thing goes, a new record was set this month for the youngest female to run a marathon in all 50 states. She just started running 4 years ago from scratch and ran over 50 marathons in 2 years. Wow!