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Half Marathoner trying to put a few more races under her belt before taking on a full marathon. I avidly research different running products/gear and articles pertaining to the joy of running. I also enjoy traveling, reading, languages, and good food!
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Road2Hope Half MarathonNovember 2nd, 2014Home town race in Hamilton, ON. Run for a cause!
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Alright, after some reading, some planning and coordination of calendars I’ve created a training plan for my upcoming Road to Hope, Half Marathon. Race day is November 2nd and I can honestly say I am NOT going to pressure myself … Continue reading
Salutations all, I’ve been overly negligent of both my blogging and my running. Since overcoming the Around the Bay 30km race in March, I hadn’t planned anymore races until early fall. Sad… I know. But there have been other things … Continue reading
On Sunday Krista DuChene raced in the half marathon, a part of the Canadian Half Marathon Championships in Montreal and placed third overall. Only her place was won after she broke her leg and crawled over the finish line. That’s right, injured, … Continue reading
Where have I been since the Around the Bay? I think the title of this post sums it up quite nicely 🙂 MIA: I apologize for my absence and I want to assure you all that I’m still running… just … Continue reading
A week or so later and I am still amazed that I survived that 30k and everyone of it’s hills. Race weekend was a busy weekend and a tiring one at that. However I can proudly say that the 30k … Continue reading
Omggggggg, the race, the race! This is my last week of training and it honestly wasn’t that eventful. Well it was to me because I got to watch my tv shows, sew, read… but it’s something I’m sure you all … Continue reading
I won’t lie, I never caught up on my blogging. I could blame it on my actual training for the Around the Bay… but I won’t go that far LOL! This week went by quicker than I could run, but … Continue reading