You know I thought I was oh so smart volunteering for the NYC half last weekend. Because I had learned from experience that it was a total bear to run. Always above 80 degrees and above 80% humidity.
As I cheered those 10,000 runners on I couldn't help but feel sorry for the poor saps.
Stupid ass me signs up for a 5k this weekend.
Needless to say it was hot and humid. I rained in the morning, stopped before the start. And then the sun came out. You know what that means?
That means all that water on the ground starts to evaporate. Steam rising is always fun to run through. Not.
Overall my time was good, finished in just over 31 mins. And I didn't think about the knee once. That's something isn't it? Time and patience can cure so much.
For this race they used some new disposable chip to track our times and right now I'm not finding my results online - which kinda sucks. Guess I'll have to protest and use the pictures they take as proof.
You know, if I needed proof that I ran a race for something. Not that anything comes to mind. :)
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