The Finish Line

Well it’s been a long time coming, but we finally made it, folks. On Sunday I completed the New York City Marathon with a finish time of 4 hours, 16 minutes and 35 seconds, 3 minutes and 22 seconds faster than last year. This was an amazing, exhilarating accomplishment for me, and I couldn’t have done it without the love, generosity, and support of all of you out there. First…

November 3, 2015
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Aaaaand we’re off!

I’m on the Verrazano Bridge and headed toward Brooklyn! I’ll leave out the part about how the trip here took so long that I got in my corral a minute before it closed, because transit troubles are in the past. The race has begun! We’ve come a long way, folks, but now there’s only 26.2 miles to go! I hope to see some of you out along the course, but…

November 1, 2015
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I feel like I’m a working girl

I’m on the ferry, which means I get to experience the best view in the city for free!    We even get a police escort – aren’t we important? Now I just have the get to the marathon village in one piece! Don’t forget to track me using my bib number 36432 at LiveResults.nyrr.org or by downloading the TCS Marathon App.

November 1, 2015
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Never a dull moment…

Shortly after my post last night I discovered that the Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) had decided to make things interesting for me today (as well as thousands of other runners). For those who are not from New York, you need to know these facts:  The marathon begins on Staten Island The easiest way to Staten Island is the ferry The easiest way to the ferry is the 1 train Now…

November 1, 2015
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