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  1. #81
    Are coming back east to run it?


  2. #82
    NYC finally came out with some options for this years canceled race:
    1. Full Refund and you go back into the lottery
    or
    2. G'teed entry in 2013 or 2014 or 2015 marathon and you still have to pay the entry fee again (so now you'll be into a race for close to $500)
    or
    3. G'teed entry into the 2012 half marathon and you have to pay all fees again.
    updownupdownupdownupdown

  3. #83
    Has anyone run the Oak Square Scare?

  4. #84
    im a runner! go for it stef, and bring the dog too!

  5. #85
    A friend of mine whom I work with went running 3 miles yesterday in the 0 degree temperature ... wearing just a T-shirt and track pants. WTF!
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  6. #86
    Does anyone know of a good 50k in New England mid-April to late May? I've been looking everywhere and can only find the Don't Run Boston and TARC run. I really want to do a 50k this year but want to get it in before summer hits (wedding season).

  7. #87
    http://www.pinelandtrails.com/

    It's memorial day weekend, I'm registered for the 50K, it'll be my first.

  8. #88
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    Been getting out on a regular basis since late March...pace is still slower than I'd like (about 9:00/mile) but I've built up morning runs to just over 4 miles. Did try to do a 10K run a few weeks ago but I set my pace too fast and the heat got to me, had to stop and walk just before the end. Want to sign up for a 10K in the fall.

    Have not had any significant injuries, a few possible muscle pulls and I may be having some sciatica-related pain (get the wallet out of the back pocket for a while). Have found that having the right shoes and paying some attention to running form helps to reduce impact stresses.

    Can't complain since last September I would have been gasping after a 0.5 mile run around the block...

  9. #89
    Quote Originally Posted by David Metsky View Post
    http://www.pinelandtrails.com/

    It's memorial day weekend, I'm registered for the 50K, it'll be my first.
    It was muddy, knee-deep in places, but I finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Metsky View Post
    It was muddy, knee-deep in places, but I finished.
    Nice!

    I stay away from running at this point in my life...it's just too hard on my surgically repaired knee and legs.

    I stick to the bike now.

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