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Mark logged 1066 miles.

Last workout about 5 years ago. Help get them back on track!

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  1. RUN
    good Golden Gate Park 11 mi 01:49 09:51 pace

    I really have to get back into the habit of logging on to DM - so it all starts (again) here.

  2. RUN
    good Hickory Run State Park, PA 5 mi 01:05 13:00 pace

    First time I've been on DM in about two months - I have been running, I just haven't had a lot of time to get onto the site. Anyway, this was a hot, super-hilly, very rocky run on the Fir... read more

  3. RUN
    15 mi 02:27 09:48 pace

    This is a catch-all of about three different runs from earlier in the week that I was too lazy to enter individually. Not very representative I guess, but I keep my real training log on another sit... read more

  4. Shared Photo

    This was the turnaround point from this morning's little jaunt through the desert.

    • Adrian
      Adrian

      nice picture, impressive landscape, totally different to landscaped and flat MK :)

      over 5 years ago Like

  5. RUN
    good Pima Canyon, AZ 5.9 mi 01:28 14:53 pace

    Hilly, rocky, tough six-mile trail run in to Pima Canyon, just outside Tucson. I've never run this trail at this time of the year before, so the spring flowers and running streams in the middl... read more

    • Ben W.
      Ben W.

      Sounds incredible, great going!

      over 5 years ago Like

    • Mark G.
      Mark G.

      Cheers! I realised later that I had a 14 minute negative split - uphill all the way in, downhill all the way back. I think that's my negative split PR!

      over 5 years ago Like

  6. RUN
    good Tucson 5 mi 00:50 10:02 pace

    Hot and hilly

  7. RUN
    good SF 12.8 mi 02:11 10:12 pace

    Started OK, but felt more tired than usual towards the end. Got a cramp in my hamstring too, which is a first, but after I stopped for a moment and shook it out it didn't give me any more trou... read more

  8. RUN
    good Down to the shops 1.96 mi 00:18 09:11 pace

    Snuck an extra couple of hilly miles in doing errands.

  9. RUN
    good San Francisco 6.74 mi 01:02 09:09 pace

    Basically an easy reconnaissance run - I wanted to see where the running track at Kezar Stadium was. Found it, did a quick celebratory lap and then headed back.

    • Randi D.
      Randi D.

      Oh I am envious that you have a nice track and time for a run! Lol. That is awesome.

      over 5 years ago Like

    • Mark G.
      Mark G.

      Benefit of working from home - instead of a lunch break I can take a run break :)

      over 5 years ago Like

  10. RUN
    good San Francisco 5.21 mi 00:45 08:43 pace

    Went for an SF version of a tempo run - on the flatter sections, I tried to hold the pace between 8:20 and 8:40, and then just dealt with the hills as they came. Felt great all the way.

  11. I was going to put up a finishing shot from Sunday's marathon, but it looks like the photographer missed me - for the second marathon in a row! This can only be a sign from above that I'm... read more

    • Ashleigh
      Ashleigh

      Solution: Hire your DM friends to crowd the finish next time. Surely ONE of them will get a picture...

      over 5 years ago Like1 person

    • Vira K.
      Vira K.

      Man, that stinks that you didn't get a photo!

      over 5 years ago Like

    • Mark G.
      Mark G.

      I don't actually care about the photo - I tend to look awful in race photos - but I'm getting a kick out of the photographer having missed me for two marathons in a row. If I didn't have the medals, no-one would believe I'd done them :) The challenge now is to try for a hat-trick. On my next marathon, I have to make a point of avoiding cameras.

      over 5 years ago Like

  12. RUN
    good Golden Gate Trail Marathon 26.2 mi 05:30 12:36 pace

    I won't lie, this race beat the absolute crap out of me. It was my third marathon, but the first I've done on trails. And certainly the first I've done on rocky trails with 5000 feet... read more

    • Adrian
      Adrian Congrats
      Congrats:

      awesome job especially on a tough course.

      over 5 years ago

    • Megan
      Megan

      That sounds like a super-hard course! Great job!!!

      over 5 years ago Like

    • Michelle M.
      Michelle M. You're an Inspiration
      You're an Inspiration:

      What a race!! Glad you had a good day for it ... a 5000 foot elevation climb sounds daunting! Awesome accomplishment! :)

      over 5 years ago

  13. RUN
    good Marina 3 mi 00:29 09:46 pace

    Easy, hilly recovery run. Also my first run since the strap on my 305 broke - happy to report that the duct tape held up!

  14. RUN
    great Marin Headlands trails 10.2 mi 02:06 12:22 pace

    Went for a Superbowl Sunday trail run in the hills behind the Golden Gate Bridge. Felt really strong all the way through - which is good, as I'm doing a marathon on those same trails one week ... read more

    • Vira K.
      Vira K.

      Sounds tough but GORGEOUS. Awesome work!

      over 5 years ago Like

    • Megan
      Megan

      Sounds amazing! You will rock that marathon!!

      over 5 years ago Like