Race Reports


When I started running three years ago I did it so reluctantly.
I ran, all alone, with podcasts in my ears. Thirty minutes turned into an hour, which turned into two hours. I was content. I ran.


Two days ahead of the race I looked at myself in the mirror and asked: Was I nervous?

I remember as a kid, while playing team sports and competing in tournaments, being horribly nervous.  I always had such a huge ball of butterflies in my stomach, I could never reach my normal, everyday performance. I hated competing.