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Scott logged 3206 miles.

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  1. RUN
    Lake loop 11 mi

    Clockwise, still cold.

  2. RUN
    Monona Hills 10 mi

    Not bad, no rain. Windy going south. Easy coming back.

  3. RUN
    Monona Loop 8 mi

    cold wind off lake from NW, nice at your back.

  4. RUN
    Atwood 8 mi

    rain/snow held off, hopefully as lucky tomorrow morning for 13ish

  5. RUN
    Sunny Capital Loop 13 mi

    great Sun run around union and north Monona with CS. Coffee at Crema after to warm up. Weather def getting better.

  6. RUN
    Southtowne 5 mi

    Wet and cold,felt like 10 on a treadmill, which feels like 15 outside on a good day.
    So I just ran 15. Nice work!

  7. VELO
    great Booty Cross

    first cycle cross race, couldn't say no to weather and race site. May have taken last in Cat 4 open race, but had a blast.
    Now to tweak the bike for next year.

  8. RUN
    7 mi

    Olbrich and Crema ; Sat morn. With CS. Bootyfest tomorrow.

  9. RUN
    good Yahara and back 8 mi

    Nice and cool morning, still humid but not that hot wet blanket morning.

  10. RUN
    good Atwood Loop 8 mi

    Have moved Sat run to Friday with CS. Moderate pace and a good finish. Still humid, but slight breeze off lake. Nice to get run in before work and play.

  11. VELO
    alright Mid day 16 mi

    Wanted to stretch legs after drive back from Ill. Oven-like. Not really even fun.

  12. RUN
  13. VELO
    good Monona terrace 15 mi

    Windy, but good time on bike. Ran 2 easy miles off bike.

  14. RUN
    good 4 mi

    Early outside, at least I saw others suffering too.

  15. VELO
    good Monona Loop 16 mi

    Super fast and then really slow. Def not as bad as a run would have been.

  16. RUN
    good Arb/Vilas 9 mi

    Nice and easy

  17. swim
    good Crystal shoreline 1.31 yd

    Nice wetsuit swim, surprisingly good despite not swimming all winter. May do Elkhart tri in two weeks, need to bike. Congrats to all the Mad Half runners. Glad it went well.

  18. RUN
    good Cap Loop 4 mi

    Sluggish, not sure what do on Sun. To run or not to run?

    • Dave L.
      Dave L.

      What group were you planning to pace?

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Scott B.
      Scott B.

      Started at 3:20 then got bumped back to 3:40. I was only going to be responsible for the first half of the full.
      Kinda glad they cancelled, a full would have been miserable for all.
      Are you running?

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Dave L.
      Dave L.

      No, but I know others that are running. I ran it in 2010 and stayed with the 3:40 pace group until Observatory Hill. Around mile 15, the 3:45 pace group caught me and I hung with them for a couple of miles. By mile 18 ,the direct sun, heat and humidity were taking their toll, and I felt light-headed. I walked for about half of the remainder of the race, and didn't cross the finish line until 4:17:30. It was only my second marathon, and I wasn't aware of the need to take extra salt in the heat.

      over 6 years ago Like

  19. RUN
    Arb Vilas Loop 7 mi

    Good in the shade, working on pace for hills. Anxious to see what the Madison Marathon people do. I'm supposed to pace the first half of the marathon. I think they should cancel and let people... read more

    • Jennifer

      Or they could just plan for the heat and provide enough water out on the course and warn people to take in extra fluids. 90 is hot to run a marathon but not if you have trained for the distance and are smart about pacing.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Scott B.
      Scott B.

      It worked at Boston, but not here in 2010 very well. I hope it goes on but am worried about people pushing it too far.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Marek K.
      Marek K.

      Tough call. In Boston, you have much more experienced marathoners, but don't think they should cancel Madison, let them defer if they want to. What a crazy Spring for marathons.

      over 6 years ago Like

    • Dave L.
      Dave L.

      I ran Madison in 2010, when the heat was a factor. I felt great for the first half of the race, but as the sun's rays became more direct and the temperature continued to rise, I felt parched during the second half. The solution seems so simple. Turn on the timing mats at 5:30 AM and allow any runner that wishes to beat the heat to do so.

      over 6 years ago Like