Stroller pushin in Texas

Candy Cane Course 10k

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Member Since:

Jan 19, 2009



Goal Type:

Age Division Winner

Running Accomplishments:

I have completed 27 marathons. 

Utah Valley Marathon 2013: PR 3:16:20, 1st division.

Running With the Bulls 5k 2011: 20:02, 1st place

Race For The Cure 10k, San Antonio 2013: 42:47, 2nd overall

Short-Term Running Goals:

Run a sub 3:20 @ Air Force Marathon 2015.

Sub 20 min 5k


Long-Term Running Goals:

Run a 3(ish) hour marathon before I am 40. 





1.  God

2.  Family 

3.  Running

Mother. Wife. Runner.  I chase stroller on the border of Mexico. 

Now is the time to run the race of your life!  Elaine Dalton  

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 139.35
Nike Lunar Racer Lifetime Miles: 40.70
My TM Lifetime Miles: 838.35
Boston Blues Lifetime Miles: 146.00
Race: Candy Cane Course 10k (6.2 Miles) 44:18:00, Place overall: 1
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David and I ran a race in Lee's summit. Lots of people signed up, mostly 5k people. Naomi did a kids dash before the race and it was adorable to see her smile and run.

Race course was a complete mess. Ran around a park with gravel and twists and turns every which way. I finished the first loop and then the 10k basically did it twice. Dodging walkers and runners. I felt bad for David because he was pushing the double stroller and the sidewalk was narrow and people were walking. We won't do that one again. They did give us a nice hoodie for registering. I won first for the 10k and I was proud of my time. Most of the race felt awful, but not in a bad way. I was able to hold my ground, dig deep and stay strong. Good race day.

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