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Semi-Forced Running
Last Post 05/03/2015 07:12 PM by Nicholas Arenella. 4 Replies.
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Cosmic Kid

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04/30/2015 09:13 AM
*nod to Nick's thread*

So on a lark, I entered the lottery for the Chicago Marathon....damn if I didn't get in.

So now my summer of no racing / serious training and working on my golf handicap is gonna be replaced with lots of long runs.

Damn....

More updates to come....
Just say "NO!" to WCP!!!!
Orange Crush

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04/30/2015 10:24 AM
This should be posted in the Dark Side.

I reconnected with a buddy from our cycling club in Netherlands days (way back in 80s) last year. He's gone over to dark side; his annual big event is a Marathon somewhere in the Swiss Alps. He's run some of the Pyrenee cols for fun. There's your future :-)
Cosmic Kid

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04/30/2015 10:46 AM
Oh no.....no way. As much as I love climbing on my bike, I absolutely abhor hills when running.

I just wanna run the whole damn thing after my less-than-stellar run at IM Madison last year.
Just say "NO!" to WCP!!!!
vtguy

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04/30/2015 11:22 AM
I ran that race the first or second year it was held. As I recall, the course was really flat...but it was still hard.
Nick A

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05/03/2015 07:12 PM
Oh no! Classic, "be careful what you wish for". I've heard stories of a couple of classic cars that have been bought that way on eBay. (My bid won't be the high bid.) LOL.
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