@benninu1Raving since 2018 50 States hopeful/finisher, Marathon Maniacs #1 www.runwithpassionandfashion.com Active 4 years, 1 month ago
president of NWBRRC
Race that's calling my name:
Jack and Jill
I run because:
It makes me feel amazing and I meet so many great athletes and I get to travel and see so many amazing places. I even created a website and Instagram page: run with passion and fashion.
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|Big Sky Marathon||Marathon||Ennis, MT||Jul 22, 2018||4:58:00|
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|Race||Distance||Location||Date||Result||My Raves||My Performance|
|Big Sky Marathon||Marathon||Ennis, MT||Jul 22, 2018||4:58:00||
Big Sky Marathon
Amazing views and people. It's a must!
Big Sky Marathon
Today was one of the hardest races. I ran the Big Sky Marathon in MT. A school bus took us up a mountain, 9,000 ft, the weather was sunny and … MORE
Today was one of the hardest races. I ran the Big Sky Marathon in MT. A school bus took us up a mountain, 9,000 ft, the weather was sunny and cold. I met a legend named Larry Marcus , who is In the Guinness book of world records for Running close to 2,000 marathons. You read it correctly. He is in the red . On the other side is another legend who ran 200 marathons, and one time ran 9 in a row. For the race, There was no timing chip, and the start line was a dirt line. A beautiful song, God Bless America, was sung by one of the runners, who’s an immigrant from Vietnam. Initially, there was a steep hill, and winding rocky, dirt roads through the mountains and forests. 3 miles were an extreme downhill of about 5,000 feet. Adam Moss ran the half in back of me, and helped save a woman runners who fell head first down the hill and had a concussion. He had a first aid kit and helped her until the ambulance arrived. The animals on the course were deer, black cows and a falcon in its nest. An actual cowboy rode his horse on he hill where the cows were. No bear sittings, but I was nervous about running by a bird of prey and the wild cows, who were making crazy noises (possibly mating). The last seven miles were on an open highway in the direct sunlight. It took everything in me to finish the race. It ended on a lawn , and a teenage helper used a stop watch for the time. I’m thankful I finished , and had this amazing experience. Thank you to my running friends in my club: Northwest Broward Road Runners Club for all the training runs and to my husband who had to hear my alarm clock go off at 4:30am. Thank you to Runners Depot for the supplies and to ASICS. It’s hard to show the amazing landscape of Ennis Montana in photos, but here are a few. 🌲🏃🏻♀️🏔🌻(FB: Run With Passion and Fashion)