Question of the week: What are your 2010 running accomplishments?

What did you accomplish in 2010? Tell us your success stories!

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11 Responses

  1. I mentored/coached Denise (my wife) to her first marathon. She did the 2010 MCM.

  2. Congrats to you both! 🙂

  3. no new injuries and 11 marathons completed.

  4. logged more miles than every before!

  5. I achieved a PR in my 5K, 10K, 10mile AND half marathon in 2010. Track workouts really do work!

  6. To slowly get back in the swing of running and to participate in as many PGRC races and formal training programs as possible. Elaine is right the track and hill workouts do enhance performance.

    To avoid any injuries and to not beat up on myself for continuing to run slower than I had before becoming ill.

    To let as many people as I can know about the club and the benefits of being part of PGRC.

    Let patience, dedication, and doing the work move my abilities forward.

    I am healthy and happy, what a difference a year makes.

    Whoo Hoo!!

  7. I began running in April and as of today, I’ve run 3 5K races and even won 1st place for my age category in one the races!

  8. I ran 3 marathons this year, 2 of them within 2 weeks of one another. I’ve set in PR’s in the Mile, 5k and 10k. Thanks to Cindy especially for the track workouts.

  9. Achieved a PR in my 5K (20:30) and ran under 6:00 mile for the fourth year in a row.

  10. I ran my first marathon, well actually two MCM and Philly, a year ahead of schedule. I set new PR’s in my 5k, 10 miler, half marathon and I guess marathon : ) Track workouts and great running buddies help loads.

  11. I ran the National Half, 10 Miler Club Challenge, and my 3rd Army Ten Miler (along with many shorter races). I finally managed a sub 30:00 5K in Bowie recently (thanks to John, my running buddy at track workouts) and PR’d the Half, 10 Miler, and 10K. I agree with Elaine, seems as though those pesky track workouts really do work!

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