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@btinervia12

Tulsa, OK Raving since 2022 50 States hopeful/finisher, Half Fanatics #14861 Active 1 month, 3 weeks ago

About Me

  • Running club(s):

    Half Fanatics

  • Rave race:
  • Race that's calling my name:

    Maui Half

  • I run because:

    This is my “Proof of Life” activity.

My Races

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(Marathon or Ultra) + Half

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Future Races

Personal Bests (1)

Race Distance Location Date Result
Half Marathon Omaha, NE Sep 25, 2022 3:41:56

Future Races (5)

Race Distance Location Date Paid
Half Marathon Durham, NC 2024
Half Marathon Greenville, SC 2024
Half Marathon Cincinnati, OH TBD
Half Marathon Indianapolis, IN TBD
Half Marathon Santa Fe, NM TBD

Past Races (14)

Race Distance Location Date Result My Raves My Performance
Half Marathon Las Vegas, NV Apr 6, 2024 4:24:26
Half Marathon Portland, ME Oct 1, 2023 4:28:53
Half Marathon Bristol, NH Sep 30, 2023 4:30:21
Half Marathon Des Moines, IA May 7, 2023 3:51:12
Half Marathon Russellville, AR Apr 22, 2023 4:06:09
Half Marathon Lafayette, LA Mar 12, 2023 4:02:59
Mississippi River Half Marathon Greenville, MS Feb 4, 2023 4:03:26
Half Marathon Memphis, TN Dec 3, 2022 4:12:56
Half Marathon Omaha, NE Sep 25, 2022 3:41:56
Half Marathon Fort Worth, TX Feb 27, 2022
Half Marathon Wichita, KS Oct 11, 2020
Half Marathon San Diego, CA Mar 13, 2016
Half Marathon Kansas City, MO Jun 6, 2015
Half Marathon Tulsa, OK 2011

My Raves

Revel race production was very smooth from start to finish. Excellent communications throughout the process. If you enter a Revel race thinking all downhill is easy-peasy, your body will let … MORE

Revel race production was very smooth from start to finish. Excellent communications throughout the process.

If you enter a Revel race thinking all downhill is easy-peasy, your body will let you know this is not the case. The muscles used for downhill are not accustomed to steady use for any length of time.

If another Revel race fits what I’m looking for, I would do it. So very well run!

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This was a very nice large race, about 4,000 participants. Course had volunteers are every place you needed to turn, not only guiding you but providing encouragement. Scenery was awesome … MORE

This was a very nice large race, about 4,000 participants. Course had volunteers are every place you needed to turn, not only guiding you but providing encouragement. Scenery was awesome on the Maine coast.

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Lovely small race with lots of support from friendly volunteers. Be aware - this race is, however, an open course. You share the roadway of a two-lane road with traffic. … MORE

Lovely small race with lots of support from friendly volunteers. Be aware – this race is, however, an open course. You share the roadway of a two-lane road with traffic. Lots of signs to warn traffic, but I ultimately found this nerve-wracking.

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1000 person cap on the half with about 400+ 10k running at the same time. One hour early start available for anyone who expected to be at 3:15 or more … MORE

1000 person cap on the half with about 400+ 10k running at the same time. One hour early start available for anyone who expected to be at 3:15 or more to finish as course would close after four hours.
Incredibly well organized with lots of aid stations, portapotties, volunteers, and some of the best signage I’ve ever seen in 35 half marathons so it was very clear where to turn for which race.
Awesome, huge medal with spinning dice and moveable poker chips. Very nice tech fabric T-shirt and hooded long-sleeved shirt.

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Very friendly volunteers. Well marked course. Very flat. Some spontaneous aid stations by spectators plus sufficient official aid stations. Nice after party. MORE

Very friendly volunteers. Well marked course. Very flat. Some spontaneous aid stations by spectators plus sufficient official aid stations. Nice after party.

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Fantastic small event! This is a point-to-point race that starts in Arkansas and ends in downtown Greenville, MS. They transport runners to their start line on school busses. The time … MORE

Fantastic small event! This is a point-to-point race that starts in Arkansas and ends in downtown Greenville, MS. They transport runners to their start line on school busses. The time limit is 7 hours for both the full and half. We appreciated that the busses stayed at the start until it was time for us to walk up the bridge to our start line as it was 26 degrees when we started. There were plenty of porta-potties at the start and you could get on and off the heated busses as needed.

Once you got over the lovely suspension bridge over the Mississippi River, there were aid stations and porta-potties just about every mile. At about mile 6 you turned off the highway and shortly went through a beautiful gated community of lovely large houses. The community had their own aid station to make you feel welcome.

There was plentiful police presence at intersections throughout the race to keep you safe. The after-race food was inside the race headquarters building right at the finish line with plenty of food, drink, and chairs. The medal was awesome, the people were friendly, and (other than the bridge) the course was flat. If you sign up for this race, book your stay early at the Hotel 27, which is a short city block walk from the busses and two blocks from race headquarters. Very nice hotel in a converted historical building with friendly staff.

I highly recommend this race!

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20,000 total participants across five races. 10K, half, and full held together. I'm a back-of-the-pack fairly slow walker these days. It took a half hour from the start of the … MORE

20,000 total participants across five races. 10K, half, and full held together. I’m a back-of-the-pack fairly slow walker these days. It took a half hour from the start of the race for my corral to cross the starting line, but the atmosphere waiting was great.

The expo, race and post-race are super organized with routing of people through well-organized by an army of volunteers. If I didn’t live six hours away, I would definitely make this an annual event.

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Smaller race that was very well run. Expo is basically a packet pick up with friendly volunteers. Race course is through a lovely recreation area, the jewel of which is … MORE

Smaller race that was very well run. Expo is basically a packet pick up with friendly volunteers. Race course is through a lovely recreation area, the jewel of which is a unique pedestrian bridge over the river to Council Bluffs, Iowa. Excellent course support with plentiful bike support. Very well-marked course. Lots of food and drink at the end. I loved the long-sleeved tech shirt with a V-neck collar! If this was not 6.5 hours from my hone, I’d definitely do this event again.

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