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Husband and Dad Run the Scotiabank Half Marathon

I am proud to say my husband and Dad both ran the Scotiabank 1/2 Marathon on Sunday June 28, 2009.

Tim finished in an amazing 1:39:11

Dad finished in an amazing 1:45:24

Now if only I could be as fast as them....

Congratulations to everyone who ran!


BEADLE said…
HOLY @#$% ! Those are amazing times ! That's awesome !

BBC of Eugene said…
Impressive for both of should be proud...that is great....take care and keep it up your big race is coming soon....

Stuart said…
A nice pair of nice clean heels, nicely done!

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