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Race Calendar for 2010


2009 was my year.  It was all about the big show, Ironman and the training that went along with it.  2010 is not my year.  2010 is The Year of Tim.  After running the Rock N Roll Las Vegas Marathon in December 2009 he was hooked on the events and signed up for 6 Rock N Roll events in 2010.  Now that he has committed to the races and the dates, I was able to finalize my races for 2010.  With starting a new job, I am not 100% sure that these will all be possible but here is the plan:
Looks like I will have my plate full!

Happy training.

Comments

Nicole said…
Hey Erin, glad to see you've thought ahead! I might see on on April 24th at the Delta Triathlon. I'm trying to get my Dad to do the bike and I'll do the swim and run. We'll see if I can get him to committ! Maybe also the St. Patricks, if I don't do the Bazan Bay in Sidney the week before...I'll keep you posted so we can Tweet Up!
sneakersister said…
I'd say that's quite a full plate, but not more than mine I suppose. Good luck Erin! I'll be cheering you on from here in PA.
Anonymous said…
Great Year ahead for you Erin. All the best in your new Job.Take Care Regards Trea Ps Thank You very much for all the Help in 2009 You are Awesome

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April Fools 1/2 Marathon Plus 15km cool down

After my minor breakdown at work on Friday, I set off on Saturday for Sechelt.  I have run the April Fool's Half Marathon two times and this was my third time.  It never fails to be hilly and hard.  

Sunday morning I started off at in Gibsons ready to run to Mission Point Park.  I took it very conservatively knowing that I would be adding another 15kms on at the end of the 'race'.  

I crossed the finish line, collected my medal, filled my water bottles, ate a  piece of bagel and a bite of banana and kept running west.  

I do not recommend running your longest run before a marathon in Sechelt if you are not used to hills.  That place is full of 12-15% grades both up and down.

At the end of the day, I ran from 9:17am - 2pm with a few quick breaks to refill bottles, eat gels and take few rocks out of my shoes.  

After a shower and some real food, I was back on the ferry to North Vancouver. 

Reward:  White Spot Legendary Burger combo with cheese and a Coke.