Tuesday, April 22, 2008

She did it!


Nancy ran and completed the Boston Marathon in 4:09:57. Her goal was around 4:15 so she did just what she wanted to do.

This is a very different race from Chicago. Not nearly the crowds, and not the crazy runners or crowds. This felt much more serious than Chicago, which I guess is not surprising. What was amazing was the number of "bandit" runners that we saw, especially early in the race. My guess is that there were 10 or 15% of the runners at the 10K mark that were not "official" entrants in the race. However, by the 20 mile mark, when I ran up Heartbreak Hill with Nancy, the number of "bandits" had diminished greatly.

Nancy is feeling good this morning, and we are going to go and see the sites of Boston. I have posted a lot of pictures on my flickr site of the race.

2 comments:

Steve Ballmer said...

I love your pictures, good blog!

Anonymous said...

Great job Nancy---Congratulations !
Enjoyed the pictures of the marathon and Boston.
I really enjoyed Boston and the surrounding areas when we were there. There's so much history to absorb from the area.

Pat O