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    Well guys,

    I know we have a few runners here, so wish me luck.

    Tommorrow is going to be my first official "race" since after high school and since my high school track career ended with a season ending injury (for the third season in a row).

    I am only running the half marathon tommorrow, but I am really looking forward to this.

    If I make it out, Ill be sure to post how I did (I am not going for time, I just want to finish my first one) and I may have some pictures as well.

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    Good Luck, VA! I've had a few 'season ending' injuries, they suck. Of course, for me that means that they should have been season ending and I was to stubborn to stop. I realize how hard it is, and I'm sure you'll do great.
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    Good luck man, hope you do better than you think you will.
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    Good luck, VA! Just finishing would already be a great achievement indeed.

    Half a marathon is probably what's next on my agenda. Maybe next summer.....

    This summer I participated in the so called Journey of Death (walking/running 100 km in less than 24 hrs), and miserably failed (my buddy and I both got to 40 km).

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    I finsihed the race, which was my goal. I am so miserable right now, and my body is so sore.

    The City of Baltimore was very supportive of this, and a lot of the people were sitting outside of their houses and cheering us on. A very cool event, and while I am miserable right now I still had a great time.

    My official time was 2:14:30

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    Good job VA. Just finishing the race is a great accomplishment.

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    Congrats

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    I'm so proud of my little VA.

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    Congrats VA!!!
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    congrats VA

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