Miles:
6071 total / 993 in 2017
Goal:

Mississippi River Marathon, February 10, 2018

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  • 18 miles
  • 02:36 time
  • 2013 calories
  • 2 workouts
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  • This Week time period

Entries

  1. RUN
    good Walnut to Downtown 13.75 mi 02:00 08:42 pace

    Barely 30 degrees and 15 mph winds made for a really brisk run midday. Winter has finally and definitely arrived. Luckily, only a few flurries.

  2. RUN
    alright Washington to Green River 4 mi 00:36 09:05 pace

    Early morning jaunt before work.

  3. RUN
    good Newburgh Last Woman/Man Stand... 24 mi 04:26 11:05 pace

    Convinced by Michael and Susan to join in the last man/woman standing run in Newburgh, Indiana. All runners required to complete the 4 mile off-road circuit and be back at the starting line every h... read more

    • Fiona M.
      Fiona M.

      We had the same sort of thing here, but was all in the dark. 6 hours, how many times would you manage a 5k off road loop, do you think? Winning teams did 18 loops, winning solos did 16, my team managed 12 loops, great fun but even though only did 4 loops, was knackered on sunday!

      5 days ago Like

    • Wes M.
      Wes M.

      The Scots are always heartier than the Americans! Well-done.

      5 days ago Like

  4. RUN
    alright Oakhill Cemetery 4 mi 00:35 08:47 pace

    Short run at lunch through downtown cemetery.

  5. RUN
    alright Washington to Hebron 5 mi 00:44 08:45 pace

    Had a busy day so relegated to running in pitch dark this evening. Was late from work so ran half my intervals on way to get haircut and then finished the other half on way home.

  6. RUN
    Walnut to Ford Center Downtown 13.1 mi 01:54 08:44 pace

    Near optimal conditions - mid 50s, cloudless sky and virtually no wind. Broke out the shorts as we approach the end of November.

  7. RUN
    good Washington to Lombard 6 mi 00:51 08:26 pace

    Beautiful clear blue Thanksgiving with temps in the high 40s - not bad.

  8. RUN
    good Washington to Green River 4 mi 00:34 08:27 pace

    First run since NYC adventure. Not too many aches.

  9. RUN
    good New York City Marathon 26.2 mi 04:05 09:21 pace

    Crushing crowds and lots of impressive logistics and the NYC Marathon is in the books. Lucky to participate with trusted comrade Donal in the largest race on the planet. Hopped on the downtown subw... read more

    • Donal H.
      Donal H.

      Great assessment of the journey! I am glad you outlined the details of the race day more. They alligned perfectly with what I experienced. I was a little stuck in the 'bigger picture' mode for my review. Well done.

      about 1 month ago Like

  10. Shared Photo

    • Fiona M.
      Fiona M.

      looking good [also looks very quiet too...]

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Les B.
      Les B.

      Good luck boys! Stay clear of the moors!

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Les B.
      Les B.

      I looked at this shot repeatedly yesterday, and each time I swear I could hear the voice of Reg saying "dumbasses!" 😜 But seriously, congrats on getting this big one in the books.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Wes M.
      Wes M.

      Thanks, Les. I can totally hear Reg saying this.

      about 1 month ago Like

  11. RUN
    Washington Avenue 3 mi 00:24 08:09 pace

    Last short run before heading out to New York. Much warmer in the 60s.

    • Fiona M.
      Fiona M.

      have a great time in new york, can we track you guys?

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Wes M.
      Wes M.

      Thanks, Fi. You can download the NYC marathon app and track us. My bib is 42536 and Donal is 60325. We start at 10:30 and 11:00, respectively. Starts on Staten Island.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Fiona M.
      Fiona M.

      Excellent. Have fun.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Fiona M.
      Fiona M.

      Well done guys, how was it?

      about 1 month ago Like

  12. RUN
    good Washington Avenue 3.5 mi 00:30 08:26 pace

    Short interval work - 6 x 400m with warm-up and cool down.

  13. RUN
    South Lakes Park and Southridge 10 mi 01:23 08:15 pace

    Last weekend before the big event. Like Donal, I’m so excited to get to New York and run with hordes. Hovering around freezing mark with a pretty stiff wind to boot early morning. Hips pretty stiff... read more

  14. RUN
    good Washington to St. Mary's 5 mi 00:41 08:15 pace

    Brisk 37 this early morning for pitch dark run. Fall is definitely here.

  15. RUN
    Masch Branch Toward Krum 5 mi 00:44 08:52 pace

    Cool morning for interval work running from the folks’ house in Texas. Quick turnaround recruiting at TWU and UNT. Back to Evansville this evening.

  16. RUN
    good Washington to Bayard Park Loop 13.1 mi 01:50 08:24 pace

    Bit warm again later in the morning for the final half before NYC. Off to Texas early tomorrow for work while Don Don heads north to Ohio.

  17. RUN
    Pittsburgh Tour 5 mi 00:42 08:27 pace

    Ventured past Pittsburgh sports venues - PNC Park/Pirates and PPG Stadium/Penguins in predawn run. Luckily, didn’t get lost this time.

  18. RUN
    good Bridges of Pittsburgh 7 mi 00:58 08:18 pace

    Wasn't planning on going so far, but got lost trying to get back across the river and up the hilly parts of Pittsburgh. Get to spend three hours with Al Gore on climate change training today!

    • Donal H.
      Donal H.

      Dude! That's incredible. Can't wait to hear of your experience. I love Big Al.

      about 1 month ago Like

    • Wes M.
      Wes M.

      Half way through an incredible three days with Al Gore, scientists, policy makers, industry folks like Tesla. Big Al essentially leading the entire training.

      about 1 month ago Like