Monthly Archives: May 2016

Episode 15 — Half Marathons: Air Force & Run with the Amish

Maybe I should title this episode The Missing Files. Or maybe A Couple of Nice Races. (We use the word nice a lot!) Last fall I recorded a race recap of both the Air Force Half Marathon and the Adams … Continue reading

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6 Lessons from Walking Two Halves in 6 Days

Two half marathons in six days! Yes, I was crazy enough to do that this spring. The first half marathon of the year is always a little bit tough, so it was unusual for me to plan two back-to-back early … Continue reading

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Cap City Half Marathon — Race Recap

The Capital City Half Marathon is one of my favorite races. Race director David Babner has done a good job supporting walkers over the years, and he has worked hard to make this race a world class event. (Walker awards would make it a “great job” of supporting us.) Continue reading

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Glass City Half Marathon Race Recap — April 24

This year was the 40th anniversary of the Mercy Health Glass City Marathon. Because I’m from Toledo and my mom was a Mercy nurse, I’ve wanted to do the half marathon for a couple of years. The 40th anniversary seemed … Continue reading

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