I ran the 10K in 58:26 (when I crossed the finished line, so it will probably be a bit shorter, since it took us a little bit to get the starting line!) It was very therapeutic for me, and I just told myself it was not about time, but about enjoying the race. So I tuned out to my Ipod and jammed in my head for the whole race, instead of weaving in and out of people trying to get a good time. Jason said it didn't even look like I ran afterwards, because I wasn't even sweating! He said I sweat more during P90X, too funny. I was proud of myself for not stopping to walk at all, not even once during that horrendous incline!
Jason ran the 10K in 51 minutes-He was a little discouraged, because last year he ran it in 50 minutes-but there was just SO many people participating in the event, it was so hard to get around everyone. There was over 38,000 people competing!! A record for Charleston!
OK-time for a nap-it's tradition after a race, from waking up so early, and going through the paces of racetime..it's a little exhausting!! I hope you all had a great day!!
In Him and Health-Demi