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  • So Much to Catch Up On

    Posted on June 6th, 2010 CoachGreg No comments

    Cooper River Bridge Run

    Charleston Runs athletes all finished and were very pleased with their times. One person dropped their Bridge Run PR from 50 minutes and change to 48 minutes and change. He was extremely pleased.

    Palmetto 200

    A great race. I entered the race and worked with others to recruit a 24 person team which we then divided into a competitive team and one that was in it to finish. The competitive did well, finishing 10th overall. Our other team, which I was a part of, finished the race. We didn’t actually end up with an official time because if we had run it in a conventional manner, we would have been swept from the course. The Race Directors didn’t want to sweep anyone from the course so they let us skip two legs and then the runners that skipped legs ran other legs along with those originally scheduled to run the legs. So, we all ran three legs by the time we were done. It was exhausting.

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