I mean racing. I haven’t done a race in a few weeks.
But I have a 5k on Saturday.
It’s my second time running this one.
In 2013, I finished in 29:49 (recovering from a broken foot)
In 2012, I finished in 29:53 (recovering from a broken ankle)
So I guess since I am healthy, I should finish faster. But you never know what will happen on race day.
This is the third year of the race and they have been promoting it a lot. I heard they were hoping for 1500 runners.
- run each mile under 10 min.
- run the whole thing
- set a course PR
- win a age group award
- have fun & stay healthy
Happy Running! Any running/racing plans for the weekend?