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@libertypenguin

Manchester, NH Raving since 2018 Half Fanatics #17379 active 2 days, 8 hours ago

About Me

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    Crow Athletics, Liberland Road Runners, Porcupine Athletic Club

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(Marathon &/or Ultra) + Half

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Personal Bests (6)

Race Distance Location Date Result
6 hr New Boston, NH Nov 4, 2017 32 mi
Marathon Staten Island, NY Nov 4, 2018 4:28:22
Half Marathon Gilsum, NH Sep 30, 2018 1:55:22
8 Miler Brandon, VT 2018 1:43:21
10K Lowell, MA 2018 55:01
5K New York, NY Nov 3, 2018 31:41

Future Races (0)

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Past Races (22)

Race Distance Location Date Result My Raves My Performance
24 hr New Boston, NH Nov 2, 2019
Half Marathon Brooklyn, NY May 18, 2019 2:04:15
Half Marathon North Kingstown, RI Apr 7, 2019 2:03:19
Half Marathon New York City, NY Mar 17, 2019 2:10:40
10K Lowell, MA Jan 1, 2019 55:49
Half Marathon Millinocket, ME Dec 8, 2018 2:04:59
Marathon Staten Island, NY Nov 4, 2018 4:28:22
5K New York, NY Nov 3, 2018 31:41
Half Marathon Bar Harbor, ME Oct 14, 2018 2:04:10
Half Marathon Gilsum, NH Sep 30, 2018 1:55:22
Half Marathon Whitingham, VT Aug 25, 2018 2:18:06
Half Marathon Essex Junction, VT Jul 22, 2018 2:01:31.2
Half Marathon Portland, ME Jun 23, 2018 1:59:55
Half Marathon Kennebunk, ME May 12, 2018 1:59:55
10K Lowell, MA 2018 55:01
8 Miler Brandon, VT 2018 1:43:21
10K Holyoke, MA 2018 56:41
Marathon Millinocket, ME Dec 9, 2017 4:33:21
6 hr New Boston, NH Nov 4, 2017 32 mi
Half Marathon Gilsum, NH Sep 24, 2017 1:56:49
Half Marathon Portland, ME Jul 8, 2017 2:18:11
Half Marathon Claremont, NH May 15, 2017 2:31:56

My Raves

Brooklyn Half Marathon

Brooklyn Half Marathon

I got into the Popular Brooklyn Half by virtue of the NYRR Virtual 6 program. Race starts in Prospect Park with some rolling hills before a nice straight path to … MORE

I got into the Popular Brooklyn Half by virtue of the NYRR Virtual 6 program. Race starts in Prospect Park with some rolling hills before a nice straight path to Coney Island. The finish goes up a ramp to the Board Walk. Unfortunately I didn’t get to celebrate with a Nathan’s Hot Dog – the line was crazy long.

DIFFICULTY
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PRODUCTION
4
SCENERY
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SWAG
4

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Coffee Milk Marathon & Half Marathon (fka Fighting Seabees)

Coffee Milk Marathon & Half Marathon (fka Fighting Seabees)

While this course is "relatively flat" the downhill portions seem flat, while the hills are long slow climbs - the steepest part of the course is going up an overpass. … MORE

While this course is “relatively flat” the downhill portions seem flat, while the hills are long slow climbs – the steepest part of the course is going up an overpass.
If you’re looking for a fun smaller race in Rhode Island, I can’t recommend this one enough!

DIFFICULTY
3
PRODUCTION
4
SCENERY
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SWAG
5
My Media

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Millinocket Marathon & Half

Millinocket Marathon & Half

While this is a "Free Race" it's not, as Race Director Gary Allen says, "a free for all." This is a very well put together race, and the community is … MORE

While this is a “Free Race” it’s not, as Race Director Gary Allen says, “a free for all.” This is a very well put together race, and the community is very welcoming to the hundreds of crazy people who converge in this small mill-town in December to run up a 6.5 mile hill before coming down the backside that was created by MC Escher!

DIFFICULTY
4
PRODUCTION
5
SCENERY
5
SWAG
3

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New York City Marathon

New York City Marathon

When I found out that non-elite athletes could run NYC, I had to do it; and was able to get a charity spot. During the race: I loved all of … MORE

When I found out that non-elite athletes could run NYC, I had to do it; and was able to get a charity spot.
During the race: I loved all of the signs, getting high-5s from hundreds of people; the volunteers, the lady giving out hugs, the Twizzler at m22, coming into Central Park, the crowds, the Finish Line, that heat sheet, the medical staff (cramping & nearing dehydration), the poncho, and being among the crowd at #ProjectFinish!

DIFFICULTY
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PRODUCTION
5
My Report
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5
SWAG
5
My Media

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Mainly Marathons New England Series – Day 6 (NH)

Mainly Marathons New England Series – Day 6 (NH)

This was a good race for a first-timer; there was no "pressure" and it was much more relaxed than a larger event. Other runners were very friendly, and the organizers … MORE

This was a good race for a first-timer; there was no “pressure” and it was much more relaxed than a larger event. Other runners were very friendly, and the organizers were amazing!

DIFFICULTY
2
PRODUCTION
3
SCENERY
2
SWAG
3

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