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...have fun (✔), 27th ( ) and 28th ( ) marathons; 50-Mile Ultramarathon ( ); & re-qualify for the Boston Marathon ( ). [✔]

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  1. RUN
    good Afternoon Pre-Super Bowl Run... 13.19 km 01:25 10:24 pace

    ...had actually planned to run more, but with the Super Bowl pending, and a nice cold one calling my name, and, let's face it, laziness washing over me like a shower, I just bagged it after on... read more

  2. RUN
    great Morning Run in Manhattan... 9.88 km 00:55 08:54 pace

    ...despite late-night revelry, managed to hit the sidewalk around 8 a.m. It was much snappier, weather wise, than I had expected when I packed. Still, enjoyed a jaunt from midtown, near MSG down to... read more

  3. RUN
    good Thursday with Garnsey 14.46 km 01:31 10:09 pace

    ...felt surprisingly beat after last night's Kettlebell and Squat-Thrust workout. Not a bad day, but certainly not "beautiful" as people I passed kept saying. #LowExpectations Must r... read more

  4. It has come to my attention that the End-of-the-Year Summary has not been announced by DM. If you want to see yours, it's here: ... read more

  5. To any of my fellow Rochester Runners: Can you recommend a good craft brewery in or near Mt. Morris? I have a friend coming to town for a race in Letchworth, who would love a few recommendations!

  6. RUN
    great Freezeroo #4: Victor Municipa... 7.85 km 00:36 07:22 pace

    ...went out really relaxed, and toughed it through the first heinous hill, but after turning the corner, felt the need to let it all hang out. As a result, ran my fastest 5-miler in about 4 years. ... read more

  7. RUN
    good Garnsey Typical Route, with Pace 13.39 km 01:17 09:15 pace

    ...decided to do another workout as per the training plan from my Garmin 235. This one was 25 min warm-up, 20 min at around half-marathon pace, 25 min easy to finish. Felt pretty good!

  8. Beginning a slow, albeit not necessarily inexorable, move to Strava, just in case dailyMile crashes and burns. If you are on Strava, please seek me out. And if, as I am sure many of us hope, DM han... read more

    • Tom G.
      Tom G.

      Strava? Can you bring your DM history with you?

      25 days ago Like

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    • Pope Jan
      Pope Jan

      Well, something has clearly happened, and I'm all for that!

      25 days ago Like4 people

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      I'll look for you there. I will maintain both Strava and DM for a while, as I do all my entries manually anyway. When I move and have finished clearing out the crap I own, I might venture to spend some money on a toy, such as a GPS watch, but basically I am trying to get rid of as much crap as possible and don't want a toy. As for my records, to me it's more interesting to read the comments, than worry about my training record. DM doesn't make it easy to look back at those.

      25 days ago Like

  9. RUN
    good Tuesday Interval Workout + Lo... 16.18 km 01:38 09:44 pace

    ...decided to try one of the "canned" workouts that can be downloaded to my new-to-me Garmin 235. Cool! Only planned to do 6 - 8 miles, but somehow got sidetracked and did slightly north ... read more

  10. RUN
    good Sunday Long Run... 26.08 km 02:42 10:00 pace

    ...had planned to go for 17 miles, but got back home and just couldn't force myself to squeeze out another mile around my neighborhood loop. Would have likely gotten it done during the out-and... read more

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      That's a long run just the same. Especially in slushy conditions! And DM is working again for the nonce.

      27 days ago Like

  11. RUN
    good Tune-Up Workout 10.62 km 00:52 07:48 pace

    ...plan called for 8K - 15K tune-up race, but just went out and pushed it on another neighborhood run. Nice to have clear pavement!

  12. RUN
    good Quick Friday Run 7 km 00:46 10:37 pace

    ...still cannot get the site to upload .TCX files, so there's that. Still, this was a day to enjoy shorts, so not all bad!

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      I'm kind of losing hope on this site. Joined Strava. I'll keep them both going for a while but it's sad to see this. A nice quick run.

      about 1 month ago Like3 people

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    • Wilt A.
      Wilt A.

      Bob - yes, .TCX upload is working again, as I just verified by uploading Sunday's long run. For how long might it continue to work? Well, that's another matter...

      27 days ago Like1 person

    • Pope Jan
      Pope Jan

      Need I dare hope that they listened to the papal sermon? I am infallible, after all.

      27 days ago Like

  13. RUN
    good Rochester Running (Part 2)...... 10.25 km 01:11 11:12 pace

    ...only about a 10K away from the 18-mile goal for the day, so went back out, after a brief break, including dry hat, new base layer, and dry buff. Mellow run.

  14. RUN
    good Rochester Running (Part 1)...... 19.27 km 02:05 10:25 pace

    ...part on of a 2-part Sunday long run. (Manual entry because damned site won't upload .TCX.) One thing worth mentioning on the non-whining-about-technology front. After years and years of run... read more

  15. RUN
    good Pittsford Running...Unable to... 13.34 km 01:18 09:22 pace

    Needed to get in some semi-substantial miles, so went out on a Friday. (The plan called for that.) Felt pretty frisky, but the wind was brutal on my face and hands and the temp was dropping like a ... read more

  16. RUN
    good Garnsey Sorta Long Route 13.56 km 01:29 10:35 pace

    ...the weather broke, for about a coughing spell, just long enough for me to go out in shorts and no gloves, and wish I had taken some gloves before the run finished. Welcome to Rochester! Still, a... read more

  17. RUN
    great Sunday Long Run, 2 of 2 12.9 km 01:33 11:32 pace

    ...second half of planned 17-miler broken into segments. Felt even better this time, and should have known the temperature was much higher than yesterday, since didn't even approach getting co... read more

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      I always found really long training runs to be so boring that I was desperate to finish them... it will be a while before I contemplate Marathon training again if ever. My congrats on getting this done.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Harry H.
      Harry H.

      Nice job!!!

      about 1 month ago Like1 person

    • Wilt A.
      Wilt A.

      Long training runs can be boring, but generally for me, only if I work them "like a job." If I am enjoying the surroundings, as if going on a running tour, it's wonderful to be able to run long. Not always accomplished, but that's the goal!

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      True, if you enjoy the surroundings... my area is under massive development and is just a hideous wasteland full of maniacal motorists ... I do not like to drive somewhere to run, but it's becoming apparent that if I am ever going to run long for training again it cannot be in my home area.

      about 1 month ago Like

  18. RUN
    good Sunday Long Run, 1 of 2 13.73 km 01:30 10:32 pace

    ...decided to break this planned 17-miler into 2 runs, just in case I needed to warm up. It was all the way up to -7C (20F) so I was actually somewhat overdressed. Went out in same gear as yesterda... read more

  19. This is a great article about running in Winter conditions:

    • Barb G.
      Barb G.

      Excellent article. I have had so many arguments with family about it being "too cold" to run and blah blah blah, and I have tried to argue many of these points back. My cold weather gear is very much in point these days and even when I arrive home completely frosty on the outside I am actually very toasty and yet people still think I'm crazy. 🙄 😏

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

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    • Wilt A.
      Wilt A.

      If your gear is on point, arriving back at home warm and toasty is almost "easy" although given how subtle these points are, and how much people argue, you're right on-point, Barb. However, make no mistake, we are crazy. Welcome to the Dark Side!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Pierre M.
      Pierre M.

      I prefer to think the world is mad...

      about 1 month ago Like

  20. RUN
    good Well Digger's Run 10.96 km 01:06 09:42 pace

    ...briefly considered not going out, seeing as it was -17C (2F) with a pretty stiff wind. But needing at least 5 miles and having no other viable options, I went out. Plus, I had just read a great ... read more

    • Tabstar

      Which is colder? A well digger's heel or a witch's titty? they were interchangeable in my family when I was growing up, just used for different audiences. I never figured out the answer

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

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    • Patrick M.
      Patrick M.

      The right clothing makes all the difference in the world. If you get it right and can avoid overheating, you can get out there in almost any cold weather condition. Nice job.

      about 1 month ago Like2 people

    • Wilt A.
      Wilt A.'re so right, Pat. Wish it hadn't taken me so long to "almost" figure it out!

      about 1 month ago Like