PHDMAMA06
80,000-99,999 SparkPoints 93,518
SparkPoints
 

Race Report: Country Music Half Marathon Part II

Friday, May 06, 2011

Here's the link to my CMHM Race Report - The Sequel! All of the fascinating race day details...

christinak-ww.blogspot.c
om/2011/04/country-music-h
alf-marathon-race-report_30.html
Share This Post With Others
Member Comments About This Blog Post
  • NOELLIEMAE
    HEY! I FINALLY read both your reports.. AWESOME! The race was great ;) wish I would have caught a glimpse of you though! maybe NEXT year :)

    2616 days ago
  • WONDERJUL
    I read both parts of your race report and loved them! You make me want to go to Nashville! Really sounds like a fantastic weekend! Congrats on a great run! I look forward to more race reports.
    emoticon
    2627 days ago
  • LAURIE5658
    RB, I LOVE LOVE LOVE your race reports! I have to tell straight up that this finisher's medal IS gorgeous and sparkly! It makes those hills and heat worth it in the end. I have learned so much from you as you are a few steps ahead of me with HM running. Thank you for that.

    CONGRATULATIONS my bestest RB!!

    emoticon
    2627 days ago
  • JETERSGAL729
    Wow!! I read both your race reports and just loved them both!! You definitely did an amazing job on your time!! I was going out slow to preserve energy and then just got slower! haha

    But it was my first and was the warmest race I've done yet and definitely the most hilliest! And that's saying something since I live here! lol

    I did manage to find a picture of you while searching for any pic of me during the race in the "Lost and Found" section - did you happen to check there for your finisher's pic? If you bib # was covered in any way they put them in Lost & Found. Let me know you're email address and I can send you the one pic I found of you.

    Congrats!!! I can't wait for W&D and YES we def def have to plan to meet up!!
    2627 days ago
  • Add Your Comment to the Blog Post

    Log in to post a comment


    Disclaimer: Weight loss results will vary from person to person. No individual result should be seen as a typical result of following the SparkPeople program.