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http://teamgracetroy.wordpress.com
Miles:
7973 total / 267 in 2018
Goal:

Minimum 100 miles per month. 2 hr half marathon.

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Brett logged 7973 miles.

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  1. RUN
    good 3 mi 00:33 10:50 pace

    A little speed work on the treadmill on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Five quarter mile intervals with an 1/8 mile break in between.

  2. RUN
    good ORRRC Xenia Half Marathon 13.1 mi 02:38 12:05 pace

    It was chilly for my 35th half marathon, but I had the right amount of layers on, and other than my hands, I was never uncomfortable the whole time. After two halves in 2017 that were over 2:40, it... read more

  3. RUN
    good 2.5 mi 00:30 12:00 pace

    Needed to loosen up the legs after being in the car for over 9 hours today.

  4. RUN
    good Fredericksburg VA 4.05 mi 00:46 11:16 pace

    Ran from the hotel and ended up going down an historic road in Fredericksburg, Fall Hill. Got down to the river and then had to run back up the hill.

  5. RUN
    good 2.4 mi 00:30 12:30 pace

    Took a few days off due to a minor sprained ankle. Felt pretty good this morning but definitely didn't want to overdo it.

  6. RUN
    good Duke Park loop 6 mi 01:05 10:52 pace

    Group run from the store this morning.

  7. RUN
    good Tipp park and bike path 9.86 mi 01:57 11:48 pace

    Nice run with friends on a beautiful morning.

  8. RUN
    good Treadmill in Denver 3.14 mi 00:38 12:07 pace

    One of the nicest hotel fitness centers I've ever seen.

  9. RUN
    good Denver, CO 3.76 mi

    Ran the 16th street Mall towards the river, then ran along the river for a bit before going back to the hotel.

  10. RUN
    good Piqua bike path 8.87 mi 01:47 12:04 pace

    Longest run since my last half in October. Slow but good. Getting back to half marathon shape.