I didn't quite hit the 100 mile mark, but feel great since we achieved the important part. That being said, I still know that 100 is a possibility in the future.
Here were the race results. Each Lap was 8.456 miles:
Lap 5: 8:35:09 (1:57:19) Lap 6: 10:57:28 (2:22:14) Lap 7: 13:11:44 (2:14:16)
Lap 8: 15:38:45 (2:27:01) Lap 9: 20:36:39 (4:57:54)
I ended up finishing 58th overall and 38th in the men's division. There were 208 competitors... and 92 no shows! The race was incredibly run with awesome support and volunteers.
We'll be posting a video soon! Yes, I'll also post the blister popping video...
Thanks to all of the following for your donations! You guys made this an awesome experience!
21 miles ($210)
Shari & Kevin Matson (Mom & Dad)
10 miles ($100)
|Thinking about another lap next morning before med team said|
"We don't recommend that."
RND Automation & Engineering
7.5 miles ($75)
Aunt Katie Weinell
5 miles ($50)
The Berg Family
Aunt Nelle Everitt
3 miles ($30)
The Luke Family (3 miles for Brady's 3 open heart surgeries)
2.5 miles ($25)
24 hour sponsors ($24)
2 miles ($20)
Mary Ellen Mannix
Ethan & Lydia Bosch
1 mile ($10)
Also thanks to Raul Amaya for covering my race entry and to the Cheshire family for delivering race route Mike & Ikes!