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Saturday, June 02, 2012

No Rock 'n' Roll marathon for me.

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Foot just won't cooperate. Might need a couple months break from all running. Going to see a doctor this week.

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  • v FREEDOMSTAR
    sorry to hear hope you're feeling better./ As it turned out sadly I had to cancel my SD RnR plans (they will send me a T-shirt) I was under trained for this one and I just couldnt afford the trip at this time. Moving forward and thinking positive. I beileve everything happens for a reason. Hows the foot doing now?
    1497 days ago
  • v JOPAPGH
    Hope they can identify and remedy the problem.
    1509 days ago
  • v HIKINGSD
    Sorry to hear that your foot has deterred your plan :(
    1510 days ago
  • v CODEMAULER
    Grrrr! This is really rough news. I hope that the Dr. has some news that remedies the situation. Here's hoping that it's the last cancellation.

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    1511 days ago
  • v JILLYBEAN25
    emoticon I'm sorry to hear that. I was hoping you'd be able to marathon it up. I am glad that you'll be seeing a doctor. Maybe at last you can get some answers and a good plan for recovery/healing. Once that happens you can get back to a training regimen and plan for another full or half.
    1511 days ago
  • v SV6MILE
    Ugh! I was happily running almost every day when my knees just stopped cooperating. My plan was to run a half marathon at Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia - I live in Vietnam - but I had to cancel. It makes me sad to think of all the progress I was making that has melted away. Not sure I could even do a 5K anymore, but my knees are important and I certainly don't want to lose my ability to walk! Def see the doctor, you don't want to mess with mobility!
    1511 days ago
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