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@seagroves87

Salem, NH Raving since 2020 50 States hopeful/finisher, 100 Half Marathons Club, Seven Continents Club, Marathon Maniacs #15648, Half Fanatics #18410 Active 5 hours, 10 minutes ago

About Me

  • Running club(s):

    NYRR, Greater Rochester Track Club, Greater Derry Track Club, 50 States Half Marathon Club

  • Rave race:

    Los Angeles Marathon 2020

  • Race that's calling my name:

    New York City Marathon

  • I run because:

    Running changed my life! I started running again after a many year hiatus to curb some bad habits and get a more positive outlook on life. As a result I am a much happier, healthier person since I started running again in Fall 2018 and I have no plans to stop any time soon! My ultimate goal is to run a half marathon or longer in every state, province and continent!

My Races

Organize, track & review your races and personal bests here.

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Half Marathon

Marathon

Ultramarathon

(Marathon or Ultra) + Half

Marathon + Ultra

Other

Future Races

Personal Bests (36)

Race Distance Location Date Result
Sprint Silver Lake, NY Sep 26, 2021 2:38:44
12 hr Rush, NY Jul 17, 2021 17.12 mi
9 hr Victor, NY Jun 10, 2023 13.68 mi
6 hr Shortsville, NY Nov 20, 2021 16.1 mi
Marathon Los Angeles, CA Mar 8, 2020 5:20:34
30K Lake View Terrace, CA Feb 9, 2020 3:45:00
25K Bath TWP, OH Nov 22, 2020 3:16:29
14 Miler White Sands, NM Mar 16, 2024 4:07:21
Italian Stallion Challenge (10 Mile + 5K) Philadelphia, PA Nov 11, 2023 3:00:51
Half Marathon Pasadena, CA Jan 19, 2020 2:21:41
10 Miler Huntington Beach, CA Sep 21, 2019 1:48:52
10 Mile Relay Auburn, NH Aug 27, 2022 1:52:38
9.3 Challenge (5K + 10K) Los Angeles, CA Jan 5, 2020 1:39:01
15K Philadelphia, PA Apr 2, 2022 1:50:28
8 Miler Ellicottville, NY Aug 16, 2020 1:56:45
Quarter Marathon Liverpool, NY Feb 12, 2022 1:25:37
10K Los Angeles, CA Nov 28, 2019 59:39
6 Miler Albany, NY Oct 31, 2021 1:42:19
9K Boston, MA Jul 22, 2023 1:23:04
5 Miler Cooperstown, NY Nov 21, 2020 51:54
8K Rochester, NY Jul 21, 2021 52:28
7.7K Salem, NH May 20, 2023 56:41
4.5 Miler Honeoye Falls, NY Oct 18, 2020 1:06:04
4.4 Miler Webster, NY Nov 25, 2021 45:24
7K Gulf Shores, AL Jan 28, 2023 48:20
4 Miler New York City, NY Dec 13, 2020 45:07
3.5 Miler Webster, NY Sep 4, 2021 54:14
3.4 Miler Lewiston, NY Aug 9, 2021 45:06
3.3 Miler Brooklyn, NY Dec 12, 2020 36:28
3.14 Miler Baldwinsville, NY Mar 14, 2021 32:44
5K Miami, CA Dec 14, 2019 28:40
3 Miler Bedford, NH Jan 17, 2021 31:03
2.2 Miler Auburn, NY Sep 19, 2021 25:02
2 Miler Manchester, NH Mar 26, 2023 33:48
3K Manchester, NH Oct 28, 2023 22:52
1 Miler Londonderry, NH Jan 1, 2021 7:55

Future Races (39)

Race Distance Location Date Paid
5K Fargo, ND May 31, 2024
Half Marathon Fargo, ND Jun 1, 2024
5K Boston, MA Jun 8, 2024
Half Marathon Sanford, ME Jun 15, 2024
Half Marathon Ocala, FL Jun 22, 2024
Half Marathon Smithfield, RI Jul 7, 2024
5K Concord, NH Jul 13, 2024
Half Marathon Easton, MA Jul 14, 2024
Half Marathon Hamlin, NY Jul 20, 2024
Half Marathon Wellsboro, PA Jul 27, 2024
Half Marathon Emporium, PA Jul 28, 2024
Half Marathon De Ruyter, NY Aug 10, 2024
Half Marathon Geneva, NY Aug 11, 2024
5K Londonderry, NH Aug 17, 2024
Half Marathon Grand Island, NE Aug 24, 2024
Half Marathon Sioux Falls, SD Aug 25, 2024
Half Marathon Koloa, HI Sep 1, 2024
Half Marathon Bird In Hand, PA Sep 7, 2024
Half Marathon Montreal, Canada Sep 21, 2024
Half Marathon Keene, NH Sep 29, 2024
Half Marathon Le Roy, NY Oct 5, 2024
Half Marathon Bath, NY Oct 6, 2024
Half Marathon London, United Kingdom Oct 13, 2024
Half Marathon Concord, NH Oct 20, 2024
Half Marathon Newburyport, MA Oct 27, 2024
6 hr New Boston, NH Nov 2, 2024
Half Marathon Bristol, RI Nov 3, 2024
Half Marathon Manchester, NH Nov 10, 2024
Half Marathon Washington, DC 2024
5K Lowell, MA 2024
Half Marathon Hamilton, Bermuda Jan 19, 2025
Half Marathon King George Island, Antarctica Mar 25, 2025
Half Marathon Eugene, OR Apr 26, 2025
Half Marathon Indianapolis, IN 2025
Marathon Athens, Greece 2025
Half Marathon Bosveld, South Africa 2026
Half Marathon Southport, Australia 2027
Half Marathon Singapore, Singapore 2027
Half Marathon Torres del Paine, Chile 2028

Past Races (345)

Race Distance Location Date Result My Raves My Performance
Half Marathon Buffalo, NY May 26, 2024
5K Buffalo, NY May 25, 2024
Half Marathon Fredericksburg, VA May 19, 2024 3:11:41
Half Marathon St. Michaels, MD May 18, 2024 3:21:34
Half Marathon Hiawatha, KS May 12, 2024 3:49:49
Half Marathon Bucyrus, KS May 11, 2024 3:34:34
5K Concord, NH May 8, 2024 41:43
Half Marathon Conway, NH May 5, 2024 3:22:04
Half Marathon Wells, ME May 4, 2024 3:15:56
Half Marathon Amesbury, MA Apr 21, 2024 3:24:56
Half Marathon Derry, NH Apr 20, 2024 3:10:00
5K Concord, NH Apr 19, 2024 41:58
Half Marathon Rehoboth Beach, DE Apr 14, 2024 3:34:13
Half Marathon Newport, RI Apr 13, 2024 3:25:32
Half Marathon Newmarket, NH Apr 7, 2024 3:22:34
Half Marathon Gloucester, MA Apr 6, 2024 3:22:29
Half Marathon Potomac, MD Mar 31, 2024 3:25:02
Half Marathon Philadelphia, PA Mar 24, 2024 3:24:54
Half Marathon Newark, DE Mar 23, 2024 3:23:12
14 Miler White Sands, NM Mar 16, 2024 4:07:21
5K Portsmouth, NH Mar 10, 2024 57:13
Half Marathon Richmond, VA Mar 9, 2024 3:20:43
4 Miler Lawrence, MA Mar 3, 2024 53:56
Half Marathon New York City, NY Feb 25, 2024 3:25:58
Half Marathon Austin, TX Feb 18, 2024 3:37:48
Half Marathon Melbourne, FL Feb 11, 2024 3:21:38
Half Marathon Ave Maria, FL Feb 10, 2024 3:20:03
Half Marathon Jacksonville Beach, FL Feb 4, 2024 3:25:38
Half Marathon Pasadena, CA Jan 21, 2024 3:25:22
Half Marathon Las Vegas, NV Jan 20, 2024 3:43:58
Half Marathon Anaheim, CA Jan 14, 2024 3:35:28
Half Marathon San Diego, CA Jan 13, 2024 3:06:50
5K New York, NY Jan 7, 2024 57:36
10K New York, NY Jan 6, 2024 1:27:46
1 Miler Londonderry, NH Jan 1, 2024 10:35
5K Lowell, MA Jan 1, 2024 41:23
5K Swampscott, MA Dec 17, 2023 42:48
Half Marathon Biloxi, MS Dec 10, 2023 3:22:22
5K Biloxi, MS Dec 9, 2023 44:38
Half Marathon Nashville, TN Dec 3, 2023 3:28:48
Half Marathon Memphis, TN Dec 2, 2023 3:20:14
Half Marathon Oaks, PA Nov 26, 2023 3:33:55
5K Manchester, NH Nov 23, 2023 37:55
Half Marathon Norfolk, VA Nov 19, 2023 2:57:25
Half Marathon Williamstown, NJ Nov 12, 2023 3:24:56
Italian Stallion Challenge (10 Mile + 5K) Philadelphia, PA Nov 11, 2023 3:00:51
5K Cambridge, MA Nov 5, 2023 35:51
Half Marathon Newburyport, MA Oct 29, 2023 2:50:37
3K Manchester, NH Oct 28, 2023 22:52
Half Marathon Concord, NH Oct 22, 2023 3:08:01
5K Manchester, NH Oct 21, 2023 39:48
Half Marathon Lowell, MA Oct 15, 2023 3:16:16
Half Marathon Baltimore, MD Oct 14, 2023 3:23:29
Half Marathon Staten Island, NY Oct 8, 2023 3:04:59
Half Marathon Milwaukee, WI Oct 1, 2023 3:09:02
Half Marathon Keene, NH Sep 24, 2023 3:24:51
5K Moultonborough, NH Sep 23, 2023 50:48
5K Manchester, NH Sep 17, 2023 40:51
Half Marathon Westerly, RI Sep 10, 2023 3:25:09
5K Bristol, RI Sep 9, 2023 50:13
Half Marathon New Haven, CT Sep 4, 2023 3:26:22
Half Marathon Swanzey, NH Sep 3, 2023 3:28:34
5K Waterville Valley, NH Sep 2, 2023 1:21:46
Half Marathon St George, ME Aug 27, 2023 3:37:37
10 Mile Relay Manchester, NH Aug 26, 2023 2:41:49
Half Marathon Stillwater, MN Aug 12, 2023 3:24:00
Half Marathon Rockport, MA Aug 6, 2023 3:29:12
10K Cape Elizabeth, ME Aug 5, 2023 1:28:44
5K Bedford, NH Aug 3, 2023 52:46
10 Miler Newburyport, MA Aug 1, 2023 2:21:09
Half Marathon Estes Park, CO Jul 29, 2023 3:26:24
5K Estes Park, CO Jul 28, 2023 44:43
5 Miler Merrimack, NH Jul 23, 2023 1:24:33
9K Boston, MA Jul 22, 2023 1:23:04
4 Miler Salem, MA Jul 21, 2023 1:03:17
10K New London, CT Jul 15, 2023 1:28:57
Half Marathon Waitsfield, VT Jul 9, 2023 3:40:09
10K Derry, NH Jul 4, 2023 1:31:11
5K Anchorage, AK Jun 24, 2023 38:33
Half Marathon Anchorage, AK Jun 17, 2023 3:20:55
Half Marathon Lake Placid, NY Jun 11, 2023 3:48:44
9 hr Victor, NY Jun 10, 2023 13.68 mi
1 Miler Rochester, NY Jun 9, 2023 11:06
5K Rochester, NY Jun 9, 2023 40:35
5K Savannah, NY Jun 4, 2023 42:32
5K Henrietta, NY Jun 3, 2023 39:18
4 Miler Mendon, NY Jun 2, 2023 1:33:50
Half Marathon Potomac, MD May 29, 2023 3:09:21
Half Marathon Buffalo, NY May 28, 2023 3:10:28
5K Buffalo, NY May 27, 2023 36:34
5 Miler Rochester, NY May 24, 2023 1:04:56
Half Marathon Mystic, CT May 21, 2023 2:56:33
7.7K Salem, NH May 20, 2023 56:41
5K Dryden, NY May 14, 2023 41:44
Half Marathon Ellicottville, NY May 13, 2023 3:09:50
5 Miler Henrietta, NY May 7, 2023 1:36:10
5K Naples, NY May 6, 2023 38:33
Half Marathon Oklahoma City, OK Apr 30, 2023 3:10:07
Half Marathon Rochester, NY Apr 23, 2023 3:08:19
Half Marathon Derry, NH Apr 16, 2023 3:15:06
Half Marathon Albany, NY Apr 15, 2023 2:58:56
Half Marathon Cleveland, OH Apr 8, 2023 3:29:42
5K Rochester, NY Apr 2, 2023 44:11
5K Syracuse, NY Apr 1, 2023 39:29
2 Miler Manchester, NH Mar 26, 2023 33:48
Half Marathon Manchester, NH Mar 25, 2023 2:56:29
Half Marathon Virginia Beach, VA Mar 19, 2023 3:19:09
Half Marathon Washington, DC Mar 18, 2023 3:17:53
Half Marathon Burlington, Canada Mar 5, 2023 2:54:59
Half Marathon Tucson, AZ Feb 18, 2023 3:34:05
Half Marathon Melbourne, FL Feb 12, 2023 3:26:12
3 Miler Rochester, NY Feb 5, 2023 42:00
Half Marathon Gulf Shores, AL Jan 29, 2023 2:55:44
7K Gulf Shores, AL Jan 28, 2023 48:20
Half Marathon New York, NY Jan 22, 2023 3:24:07
Half Marathon Daufuskie Island, SC Jan 14, 2023 3:05:47
Half Marathon Rochester, NY Jan 7, 2023 3:08:26
1 Miler Londonderry, NH Jan 1, 2023 9:24
3 Miler Rochester, NY Dec 18, 2022 39:27
5K Rochester, NY Dec 10, 2022 36:23
Marathon Folsom, CA Dec 4, 2022 6:33:57
Half Marathon Seattle, WA Nov 27, 2022 3:10:43
1 Miler Shortsville, NY Nov 19, 2022 19:06
Half Marathon Kitty Hawk, NC Nov 13, 2022 3:39:26
5K Kitty Hawk, NC Nov 12, 2022 1:00:58
Half Marathon Louisville, KY Nov 6, 2022 3:27:19
Half Marathon Indianapolis, IN Nov 5, 2022 3:00:23
Half Marathon Portsmouth, NH Oct 30, 2022 2:52:30
5K Rochester, NY Oct 29, 2022 39:03
5K Bridgeport, NY Oct 23, 2022 34:43
5K Hamlin, NY Oct 22, 2022 38:37
5K East Rochester, NY Oct 22, 2022 35:55
Half Marathon Des Moines, IA Oct 16, 2022 2:54:09
Half Marathon Kansas City, MO Oct 15, 2022 3:24:06
7K Le Roy, NY Oct 8, 2022 57:18
Half Marathon Portland, ME Oct 2, 2022 3:19:24
Half Marathon Bristol, NH Oct 1, 2022 3:02:48
Half Marathon Rochester, NY Sep 25, 2022 3:10:21
Half Marathon Randolph, NY Sep 24, 2022 3:33:03
10 Miler Bronx, NY Sep 18, 2022 2:31:32
Half Marathon Southampton, NY Sep 17, 2022 2:48:30
10K Spicewood, TX Sep 9, 2022 1:57:18
10K Rochester, NY Sep 4, 2022 1:21:35
5K Canandaigua, NY Sep 3, 2022 46:02
5K Webster, NY Sep 2, 2022 43:23
10 Mile Relay Auburn, NH Aug 27, 2022 1:52:38
5K Honeoye Falls, NY Aug 24, 2022 44:27
1 Miler Rochester, NY Aug 23, 2022 9:36
5K Chicago, IL Aug 20, 2022 40:30
5K Rochester, NY Aug 17, 2022 37:34
5K Bergen, NY Aug 13, 2022 39:03
15K Buffalo, NY Aug 7, 2022 2:07:38
5K Phelps, NY Aug 6, 2022 44:09
5K Honeoye Falls, NY Aug 3, 2022 42:46
5K Washington, DC Jul 31, 2022 41:25
Half Marathon Penn Yan, NY Jul 23, 2022 3:42:22
8K Rochester, NY Jul 20, 2022
5K Rochester, NY Jul 17, 2022 39:23
5K Hamlin, NY Jul 16, 2022 41:36
12 hr Honeoye Falls, NY Jul 16, 2022 7 mi
15K Utica, NY Jul 10, 2022 2:17:55
2 Miler Rochester, NY Jul 4, 2022 38:49
5K Sodus Point, NY Jul 2, 2022 57:57
5K Irondequoit, NY Jun 25, 2022 51:52
Half Marathon West Yellowstone, MT Jun 11, 2022 3:43:28
5K West Yellowstone, MT Jun 10, 2022 49:52
Half Marathon St Charles, ID Jun 9, 2022 3:22:27
Half Marathon Wilson, WY Jun 4, 2022 3:22:58
5K Wilson, WY Jun 3, 2022 40:01
Half Marathon Buffalo, NY May 29, 2022 3:24:34
5K Buffalo, NY May 28, 2022 35:50
Half Marathon Chicago, IL May 22, 2022 3:07:36
5K Williamson, NY May 20, 2022 38:34
5K Geneva, NY May 14, 2022 36:53
Half Marathon Oakhurst, CA May 7, 2022 3:20:45
Half Marathon Newport Beach, CA May 1, 2022 2:53:34
5K Costa Mesa, CA Apr 30, 2022 39:27
Half Marathon Rochester, NY Apr 24, 2022 2:57:21
Half Marathon Derry, NH Apr 10, 2022 2:44:42
5K Concord, NH Apr 9, 2022 53:00
Half Marathon Atlantic City, NJ Apr 3, 2022 2:45:37
15K Philadelphia, PA Apr 2, 2022 1:50:28
Half Marathon New York City, NY Mar 20, 2022 2:56:31
Half Marathon New Port Richey, FL Mar 13, 2022 2:42:56
Half Marathon Little Rock, AR Mar 6, 2022 2:58:54
5K Little Rock, AR Mar 5, 2022 53:03
Half Marathon Atlanta, GA Feb 27, 2022 3:07:16
5K Atlanta, GA Feb 26, 2022 54:16
5 Miler Webster, NY Feb 20, 2022 1:44:39
4.4 Miler Webster, NY Feb 19, 2022 56:27
Quarter Marathon Liverpool, NY Feb 12, 2022 1:25:37
Half Marathon Miami, FL Feb 6, 2022 3:09:45
5K Miami, FL Feb 5, 2022 36:48
Half Marathon Baton Rouge, LA Jan 16, 2022 2:57:09
5K Allen, TX Jan 1, 2022 53:32
5K Allen, TX Dec 31, 2021 43:59
Half Marathon Allen, TX Dec 31, 2021 3:14:20
5K Montclair, NJ Dec 12, 2021 36:17
Half Marathon New York, NY Dec 11, 2021 2:43:54
Half Marathon Haverhill, MA Dec 5, 2021 2:54:08
3 Miler Manchester, NH Dec 4, 2021 32:31
5K Swampscott, MA Nov 28, 2021 52:55
4 Miler Concord, NH Nov 27, 2021 50:55
5K Amherst, NH Nov 26, 2021 35:08
4.4 Miler Webster, NY Nov 25, 2021 45:24
5K Buffalo, NY Nov 21, 2021 37:45
6 hr Shortsville, NY Nov 20, 2021 16.1 mi
5K Washington, DC Nov 14, 2021 35:03
Half Marathon Richmond, VA Nov 13, 2021 2:37:32
Half Marathon Relay Manchester, NH Nov 7, 2021 2:25:32
5K Manchester, NH Nov 6, 2021 32:51
6 Miler Voorheesville, NY Oct 31, 2021 1:42:19
Half Marathon West Haven, CT Oct 30, 2021 2:42:53
Half Marathon Ann Arbor, MI Oct 24, 2021 2:47:29
5K Akron, OH Oct 23, 2021 32:23
10K Lackawanna, NY Oct 17, 2021 1:14:15
10K Syracuse, NY Oct 16, 2021 1:14:52
Marathon Wichita, KS Oct 10, 2021 5:53:42
Half Marathon Hampton, NH Oct 3, 2021 2:28:50
5K Nashua, NH Oct 2, 2021 34:41
Sprint Silver Lake, NY Sep 26, 2021 2:38:44
Half Marathon Randolph, NY Sep 25, 2021 3:12:46
2.2 Miler Auburn, NY Sep 19, 2021 25:02
5K Watkins Glen, NY Sep 18, 2021 36:00
5K Canandaigua, NY Sep 18, 2021 36:45
Half Marathon Westerly, RI Sep 12, 2021 2:38:56
Half Marathon Manchester Center, VT Sep 11, 2021 2:50:12
5K Groton, NY Sep 6, 2021 37:09
5K Geneseo, NY Sep 5, 2021 35:55
3.5 Miler Webster, NY Sep 4, 2021 54:14
5K Webster, NY Sep 3, 2021 30:49
Half Marathon Mendon, NY Aug 29, 2021 2:38:43
5K Weedsport, NY Aug 28, 2021 33:35
1 Miler Rochester, NY Aug 26, 2021 8:28
5K Rochester, NY Aug 25, 2021 35:58
5 Miler Henrietta, NY Aug 21, 2021 1:12:03
5K Honeoye Falls, NY Aug 18, 2021 37:25
5K Chicago, IL Aug 14, 2021 32:36
5 Miler Churchville, NY Aug 11, 2021 1:14:03
3.4 Miler Lewiston, NY Aug 9, 2021 45:06
Half Marathon Emporium, PA Aug 8, 2021 2:44:35
10K Emporium, PA Aug 7, 2021 1:13:49
5K Emporium, PA Aug 7, 2021 35:00
5K Batavia, NY Aug 5, 2021 32:38
5K Honeoye Falls, NY Aug 4, 2021 35:03
Half Marathon Washington, DC Aug 1, 2021 2:44:07
5K Kennedyville, MD Jul 31, 2021 35:55
5K Wilkes-Barre, PA Jul 31, 2021 34:14
Half Marathon Mt Jewett, PA Jul 25, 2021 2:55:36
5K Liverpool, NY Jul 24, 2021 32:26
5K Mt Jewett, PA Jul 24, 2021 36:42
8K Rochester, NY Jul 21, 2021 52:28
5K Mendon, NY Jul 17, 2021 41:28
12 hr Honeoye Falls, NY Jul 17, 2021 17.12 mi
5K Auburn, NY Jul 14, 2021 34:49
10K Palmerton, PA Jul 11, 2021 2:22:32
Half Marathon Hamlin, NY Jul 10, 2021 2:35:07
5 Miler Webster, NY Jul 7, 2021 1:30:38
10K Rochester, NY Jul 4, 2021 1:14:27
5K Fairport, NY Jul 3, 2021 33:27
5K Savannah, NY Jun 27, 2021 36:56
5K Buffalo, NY Jun 26, 2021 32:08
5K Hampton, NH Jun 20, 2021 34:19
Half Marathon Rochester, NY Jun 19, 2021 2:40:27
5K Rochester, NY Jun 16, 2021 32:31
Half Marathon Wilmington, DE Jun 13, 2021 2:46:00
Half Marathon Philadelphia, PA Jun 12, 2021 2:46:31
5K Dundee, NY Jun 6, 2021 42:37
5K Henrietta, NY Jun 5, 2021 33:55
4 Miler Mendon, NY Jun 4, 2021 1:17:00
Half Marathon Potomac, MD May 31, 2021 2:39:24
5K Lorton, VA May 30, 2021 36:56
Half Marathon Purcellville, VA May 29, 2021 2:44:02
10K Rochester, NY May 23, 2021 1:10:59
Marathon Cary, NC May 15, 2021 5:49:31
Half Marathon Shelburne, VT May 8, 2021 2:44:57
5 Miler Rochester, NY May 5, 2021 54:45
Half Marathon Canton, OH May 2, 2021 2:44:45
5K Canton, OH May 1, 2021 32:30
Half Marathon Gettysburg, PA Apr 25, 2021 2:37:11
5K Bronx, NY Apr 24, 2021 56:54
5K Baldwinsville, NY Apr 18, 2021 32:25
50K Virgin, UT Apr 10, 2021 9:44:46
10 Miler Salt Lake City, UT Apr 3, 2021 2:10:00
5K Albion, NY Mar 27, 2021 30:42
Half Marathon Virginia Beach, VA Mar 21, 2021 2:34:15
8K Virginia Beach, VA Mar 20, 2021 57:05
3.14 Miler Baldwinsville, NY Mar 14, 2021 32:44
10K Washington, DC Mar 7, 2021 1:10:26
10K Lorton, VA Mar 6, 2021 1:14:18
Marathon Las Vegas, NV Feb 27, 2021 5:57:07
5 Miler Webster, NY Feb 20, 2021 1:51:20
3 Miler Rochester, NY Feb 14, 2021 41:37
Half Marathon Melbourne, FL Feb 7, 2021 2:42:08
3 Miler Bedford, NH Jan 17, 2021 31:03
5K Johnson City, NY Jan 10, 2021 35:27
Half Marathon Fairmont, WV Jan 9, 2021 2:29:49
1 Miler Londonderry, NH Jan 1, 2021 7:55
Half Marathon Brooklyn, NY Dec 20, 2020 2:41:51
5 Miler New York City, NY Dec 19, 2020 52:28
4 Miler New York City, NY Dec 13, 2020 45:07
3.3 Miler Brooklyn, NY Dec 12, 2020 36:28
5K New York Mills, NY Dec 6, 2020 32:53
Half Marathon Mahwah, NJ Dec 5, 2020 4:24:42
5K Henrietta, NY Nov 28, 2020 34:43
25K Bath TWP, OH Nov 22, 2020 3:16:29
5 Miler Clyde, NY Nov 21, 2020 51:54
3 Miler Honeoye Falls, NY Nov 13, 2020 55:05
5K Honeoye Falls, NY Nov 11, 2020 34:47
Marathon Manchester, NH Nov 8, 2020 5:48:56
5K Manchester, NH Nov 7, 2020 34:54
5 Miler Rochester, NY Oct 31, 2020 59:26
Half Marathon Ellicottville, NY Oct 24, 2020 2:29:16
4.5 Miler Honeoye Falls, NY Oct 18, 2020 1:06:04
5 Miler Erie, PA Oct 17, 2020 56:43
Half Marathon Concord, NH Oct 11, 2020 2:24:36
5K Rochester, NY Oct 10, 2020 32:22
Half Marathon Victor, NY Sep 27, 2020 3:28:33
Half Marathon Randolph, NY Sep 26, 2020 2:54:30
5 Miler Victor, NY Sep 25, 2020 1:26:12
5 Miler South Hero, VT Sep 20, 2020 52:46
Marathon Wellsboro, PA Sep 12, 2020 5:33:25
4.5 Miler Henrietta, NY Sep 9, 2020 1:09:08
10 Miler Auburn, NH Aug 29, 2020 1:55:30
3 Miler Henrietta, NY Aug 22, 2020 36:03
8 Miler Ellicottville, NY Aug 16, 2020 1:56:45
Half Marathon Hamlin, NY Aug 8, 2020 2:28:55
Half Marathon Canandaigua, NY Jul 24, 2020
Half Marathon Virgin, UT Jun 6, 2020 3:02:56
Marathon Los Angeles, CA Mar 8, 2020 5:20:34
10K Lake View Terrace, CA Feb 23, 2020 1:03:29
10K Los Angeles, CA Feb 16, 2020 1:06:04
30K Pacoima, CA Feb 9, 2020 3:45:00
Half Marathon Huntington Beach, CA Feb 2, 2020 2:26:29
Half Marathon Pasadena, CA Jan 19, 2020 2:21:41
9.3 Challenge (5K + 10K) Los Angeles, CA Jan 5, 2020 1:39:01
5K Los Angeles, CA Dec 14, 2019 28:40
10K Los Angeles, CA Nov 28, 2019 59:39
Marathon Long Beach, CA Oct 13, 2019 5:33:45
10 Miler Huntington Beach, CA Sep 21, 2019 1:48:52
10K Santa Monica, CA Sep 8, 2019 1:06:11
10K Los Angeles, CA Aug 10, 2019 1:05:57
10K Coto de Caza, CA Jun 28, 2019 1:23:38
Half Marathon San Diego, CA Jun 2, 2019 2:26:59
Half Marathon Irvine, CA Mar 17, 2019 2:30:24

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This race has been on my bucket list and I decided to do it this year as I had the weekend off and found a race in Maryland the day … MORE

This race has been on my bucket list and I decided to do it this year as I had the weekend off and found a race in Maryland the day before. I was particularly intrigued when it was voted the best half in VA over Richmond and Shamrock which are two of my all time favorite half marathons. Fredericksburg is about an hour outside DC depending on traffic and was about 2.5 hours from St Michael’s, MD. I flew in and out of Baltimore as that was more convenient for St. Michael’s but DC would be the best place to fly into for the race. There is good pre race communication though I don’t find the Marine Corps race website the most user friendly as some information is in the race specific section and other information (such as time limit which is a 17:30 pace) is in the generic FAQs for all races though I was eventually able to find all the info I needed. There is packet pick-up at the convention center in Fredericksburg Friday or Saturday before the race or you can pay extra for race day. I had plenty of time after St. Michael’s so I picked it up Saturday. Expo was pretty good. Kind of a medium sized expo. Packet pick-up was pretty efficient and I got bib and shirt. The shirt is fine and a nice quality tech shirt though I don’t love the design. For the race I stayed at the Holiday Inn which was about a 5 minute drive from the start. I think there may be some hotels within walking distance but parking was really easy. The race starts at 6am near a huge shopping center and you just park in any of the parking lots since the stores don’t open until after the race. This probably had the easiest parking of any race I have done that is this large. It is a large but not huge race with a few thousand runners. Race organization was outstanding. The start area was quite organized. Porta-potty lines were not very long for the size of the race. The race starts with announcements and anthem. You line up by pace and runners left in waves. The slowest pacer was 3:10. My finish goal was 3:15 and I knew looking at the elevation profile of the race the best strategy to get my goal was to stick with the 3:10 pacer until mile 11 with the big hills so I lined up with the 3:10 pacer. Race started on time and the waves left pretty efficiently. Weather was overall very nice today but it was a bit humid for me. The roads were all closed off so there was space to spread out. The course is pretty nice and varied through different neighborhoods and areas in Fredericksburg. I can’t say it was the most exciting or iconic course I have run but it was overall a very nice course. There was good spectator support and lots of areas with marines cheering us on. The beginning is a bit quiet since it starts at 6am but there is a ton of support by the end. There were frequent aid stations with water and electrolyte drink. There was also a donut stop and a food station with apple sauce and sports bean jelly beans. Organization was pretty much flawless. It was well marked. Had several timing mats on the course for runner tracking and accurate mile markers. The elevation profile is not ideal though. The first few miles are mostly downhill and the pacer did these a bit faster to bank time for the uphill (she clearly explained this was her strategy), the middle is flat and we were perfectly on pace and I was able to easily keep up with the 3:10 pacer the first 11 or so miles. Then around mile 11 you get to Hospital Hill. While the hill is brutal there is a ton of support at this area. After Hospital Hill it is still mostly uphill and there is another mean hill around mile 12. It’s a brutal ending. While I do think if I used all my energy I could have stayed with the pacer until the end, I have a lot of races left and purposefully decided to walk most of the race starting with Hospital Hill. I still managed to get an excellent finish time and was well under 3:15. This was my third fastest half this year and this was probably my third hardest. Race was also very back of the pack friendly with lots of people finishing behind me. At the finish you are given you medal by a marine. The medal is really nice. There are snacks and water immediately after you finish and a finish festival. The finish festival seemed nice but I didn’t stay long as I had plans in DC in the afternoon. Overall I thought this was an excellent race with some of the best organization I have seen. Was it better than Richmond or Shamrock? I am not sure as those are such fun races with such a party environment but this was definitely a great race. I would highly recommend all 3 of these Virginia races and I’m not sure I can pick a favorite so you should just come to Virginia a few times and do all 3. I really enjoy visiting the DC area so I am sure I will return and do this race again.

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5
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This is a 5K, 10K or half marathon located in Maryland along the Chesapeake Bay and is about 1-1.5 hour drive from Baltimore. I have already done a few half … MORE

This is a 5K, 10K or half marathon located in Maryland along the Chesapeake Bay and is about 1-1.5 hour drive from Baltimore. I have already done a few half marathons in MD but I was looking for a double and this was the day before the Marine Corp Historic Half which was on my bucket list. I flew into Baltimore Friday night. Most of the hotels are not in St Michael’s but in a town called Easton which is about 15-20 minutes from St. Michael’s. I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express there. Pre race communication was good though I found the parking instructions a bit confusing they were just kind of like go to town we will direct you and you may need to take a shuttle or you may park at the finish and have a short walk to the start. That did summarize the parking situation but I prefer a specific address to put in your GPS more than a just drive into town if I am driving to a town I’ve never been to. I woke up early think I could get prime parking at the finish and avoid the shuttles. However they directed the earlier arrivers to the shuttle areas since it made traffic flow better. I was able to park right at the shuttle stop and the shuttle was there right away so it was not a big deal but I’d probably have slept in more if I knew this. The race starts at the high school in town and ends near the Maritime museum which is less than 1 mile from the start. There is race day packet pick-up which is great but also the option for earlier packet pick-up or packet mailing. I got race day packet pick-up. Packet included a nice jacket along with bib. The only negative about race day packet pick-up is I had to do bag check which I usually don’t do as I couldn’t get back to my car since I took the shuttle. There were a good amount of porta potties near the start. There were lines but they were shorter than most races I’ve done of similar size. This was mid-sized race with about 1000 in the half marathon. The start was pretty well organized and there were pacers to help you line up. I lined up a bit behind the 3 hour pacer. I was planning to take the race pretty easy since it had a 3:30 time limit so wasn’t planning to try to keep up with them. the course is fairly nice but very boring. There were no waterfront views but it had woods, fancy houses, some farmland, some golf courses and lots of greenery. It was just a bit monotonous as a lot felt the same. The course is also pancake flat which makes it easy but doesn’t help the monotony. The course also had some random loops and out and backs to make the miles work. Overall it was well marked and well organized. Roads were mostly coned off and it felt safe. There were plenty of police support and course marshals directing traffic. A few mile markers were slightly off which would be one minor production issue. There were good aid stations except there was one stretch that went a little long between aid stations 2 and 3. Aid stations had water, electrolyte and there were gels at at least one of them. It was a rainy day so it wasn’t the best running weather and there were little spectators. Not sure this is always the case or just because of the rain. I had no issues being back of the pack and there were plenty of people my pace. They also weren’t strict with the time limit as some people were over 3:30 and got finishing times. My finishing time was fine. It wasn’t bad but I feel like I could have been faster on such a flat course though I do find I tend to actually finish faster in races with some mild elevation changes as I get stuck in a slow, steady pace on flat courses. The finish line was good and you get the medal which I would say is average. There were a few snacks at the finish line but most of the food at the post race party. I did thinks signage at the finish line could be a little better. There were clear directions to the finish festival. However I wasn’t sure if the bag drop pick-up and shuttle were at the finish line or the festival. I’m sure it was in the race guide so this is partially on me but it’s hard to recall these type of things right after you finish a long race. I didn’t see the shuttle or bag drop so assumed they were at the finish festival and luckily was correct. The finish festival was nice and had additional snacks, pizza (including cheese), beer, soda and live music. The bag drop was also there and there was no line. One thing that could be better is a sign for shuttle pick up. I just saw a group of runners waiting for something and assumed it was the shuttle pick-up. They said they thought it was but no one seemed 100% sure. Luckily it was. The shuttle wasn’t too bad. I did wait about 15 minutes as traffic was slow in town and it was just one shuttle going back and forth. Overall I thought this was a very nice though slightly boring race. I would definitely recommend this race to locals and it is not a bad choice for Maryland especially if you like flat races. Personally I enjoyed Baltimore Running Festival a little more as the scenery was more varied and there was a ton of spectators but I could see how if you prefer more mid-sized races and hate hills how you could prefer this race to Baltimore. This also worked great as a double with Marine Corp Historic Half so if you are looking to get MD and VA in the same weekend I doubt you can find a better double than that.

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Mainly marathons is a series of races that take place all over the country in all 50 states. They produce several series for different regions of the country so runners … MORE

Mainly marathons is a series of races that take place all over the country in all 50 states. They produce several series for different regions of the country so runners can do back to back to back to back to back races and get multiple states in one trip. This race is part of the prairie series which is an 8 day series in the midwest from Oklahoma to Minnesota. This are flexible series so you can do 1 or all 8 days and you can mix and match distances. I just did Kansas as I was in Kansas for Running with the Cows and the Kansas race was the following day. This race takes place in a very small town about 1.5 hours outside Kansas City. I spent the day in Kansas City after Running with the Cows and then drove up in the evening. I stayed at the best western which was convenient and about 1 mile from the start. The start was at a school. These are very laid back and they offer an early start at 6am and a later start at 7am and have no time limits though they do recommend the early start if you think you will be over 6 hours. A lot of people chose the early start option as it was again a very hot day but as I said it my last review I only got like 3-4 hours of sleep Friday night since my flight was delayed so opted for the extra hour of sleep. I was also planning on taking this race extra easy as I had plenty of time to get to the airport afterwards and just needed to finish in around 4 hours to have no stress getting back to the KC airport. It is a very laid back start you get your bib, shirt and you are supposed to get your medal ribbon though they didn’t give it to me at the start (they did give it when I finished). The shirts are really nice and I love the cute prairie dog they use for the prairie series. They do pre race announcements about 10 minutes before the start. It is nice that they announce people meeting milestones and also explain the course. The course though it sucked. Mainly races are typically multiple loops and you take a rubber band to keep track of the number of loops. This one was particularly short and boring even by mainly standards from what I heard. It was just an out and back on a paved walkway on the school grounds that for the half you had to do 9 times. There was one nice farm view but I really didn’t need to see it 18 times. The course was pretty easy though it had some inclines. The big issue was it was again hot and without much shade. Luckily the course is not the reason you do mainly marathons. The reason is the people. With the looped courses, laid back atmosphere and the fact most people are not going very fast as they are doing a lot of races in a row, these are more a social event for runners. It was a ton of fun to chat with some of my runner friends from my running clubs and meet other runners. It made the boring miles go by much faster. There is also a great aid station at the start/finish line with tons of food. It is essentially an ultra station. They always have a hot food including a vegetarian options along with granola bars, candy, PBJ, fruit, cookies, chip, pickles etc. I took the race very easy and just walked at a pretty regular pace. I think I set a personal worst but I did finish under my goal of 4 hours. At the end you ring a bell and let the timing table know you finish. I was happy to be done as I was sick of the course. The medal is really cool. It is on an awesome ribbon and you connect a specific medal for each state and there is also a small medal with the year. The only down side as it is just one huge, medal for the series but I heard you can purchase additional ribbons. Since I just did one race it is a huge medal for one race. Overall this was a very fun, laid back, no stress racing experience but it was an awful course. If you don’t care about the course and prefer more social races I’d definitely recommend the mainly marathon series. Personally I’d prefer a more scenic, interesting course through a major city or beautiful landscapes so these wouldn’t be my first choice for a new state but I also love races that are back of the pack friendly and well supported so these also wouldn’t be my last choice. I am planning to do the race in Maine as it is on a weekend I am free and staying in town and would definitely consider doing more of these races and I think it would be fun to complete a whole series. However as they are often on weekdays, I would need to take several vacation days to do the full series and as I have some ambitious international plans, I’m not sure a mainly marathon series is in the cards for me.

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Kansas is kind of a far place for me to go just for a weekend but I love cows so this race has been on my bucket list. I am … MORE

Kansas is kind of a far place for me to go just for a weekend but I love cows so this race has been on my bucket list. I am also attempting to get to sun level in half fanatics and have a pretty insane half marathon schedule this spring and found 2 back to back half marathons in Kansas with no time limit so it was perfect for a “break” weekend to go and walk these races with no stress about finishing. There was good pre race communication and a simple athlete guide with all the information. For the race you can do early packet pick-up but it is also available race day. I flew into Kansas City Friday evening so got it race day. I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express in Overland Park, KS. It is about 40 minutes from the Kansas City airport and 15 minutes from the race. My flight got delayed so I didn’t get to my hotel room until around 2am so it was a short sleep before the race. The race was easy to get to and parking was easy on a field. Packet pick-up was smooth and there is a nice short sleeved tech shirt. It was the 15th anniversary of the race so the swag and decorations were extra special. There is just a shirt and medal for swag but there is so much food at the end I rounded the swag up to 5 sneakers. There is a bunch of cow decorations and a big cow to take pictures with making it a very fun pre and post race environment. This raises money for a local Catholic school which is where the race starts and finishes. The race has about 400 participants in the half so it is on the smaller side but not super small. For a small, more local, charity type race production and everything was excellent. The race is chip timed and has the same start and finish. There are no waves but there are pacers to help line up. I stayed near the back knowing I would be mostly walking the race as it was my “weekend off.” The course is pretty nice but a bit boring. It is through farmlands and is what you picture when you think of Kansas. The scenery is nice but it gets a bit repetitive as there are some out and back sections. There were some farm animals though I was hoping for a little more. I did love the spectators who brought cows with them. It’s a very rural area so there aren’t a ton of spectators but I appreciate every one out there. It’s kind of a low key, calm race environment. I don’t find races like this very fast but I do find them peaceful and enjoyable. The course has gentle rolling hills. That is actually what it is. It is constant up and downs but they are gentle with no monster hills. The biggest challenge was the heat and it is unshaded. I would say course difficulty is average and a bit above average with the heat but I rounded down to 3 sneakers given there is no time limit. There was excellent aid stations. They were very frequent. There were 6 but 4 you past twice so 10 total so they were almost every mile. All had water and gatorade, many had mini donuts, one had gels and one had fruit snacks. No issues running out of anything at my slow pace. The only production issue I noticed was the mile markers starting with mile 5 were off by 0.1 miles so I thought the course was going to be long but there was only 1 mile between the mile 12 marker and the finish so the course length seemed accurate. I think they may have been placed wrong but at least they were placed so you would end up with a faster finishing time if you relied on the mile markers for pacing. The finish line is nice and they give you water and an excellent cow medal. Definitely a top 10% half marathon medal though I’m not sure it is this nice every year or just because it was an anniversary year. After the finish you go to the cafeteria for a huge buffet with pasta, tacos, pizza, and tons of dessert. There were a lot of vegetarian options. Some options seemed vegan though it wasn’t labeled so I am not 100% sure. There was plenty of food for the later finishers. Overall I thought this was an excellent smaller, charity race with a super fun theme. It also had no time limit which made it stress free and allowed me to just enjoy myself. I have also done Prairie Fire in Kansas (though I did the full not the half). I thought both races were very good. I’d recommend this one if you prefer smaller, rural, low key races and Prairie Fire if you prefer more urban, larger races although you can’t go wrong with either. Kansas is a bit of a trek for a weekend but I’d definitely do this one if I lived closed and I could be convinced to come back and do it again.

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3
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5
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3
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This is a weekday evening race in my hometown Concord, NH that raises money for the cancer center there. I have done this race over a decade ago so I … MORE

This is a weekday evening race in my hometown Concord, NH that raises money for the cancer center there. I have done this race over a decade ago so I am technically a repeat runner though I can’t remember much about the first time I ran it. The race was on a Wednesday this year though in the past it had been on Thursdays. Wednesdays work great as I have office hours in the afternoon and can work from home so had time to get ready and drive to Concord for the 6pm start. My mom has a team and was the team captain so picked up the bibs. The packet also has a nice polyblend shirt. The race starts downtown in the grassy area in front of the state house. There were samples of Karma water and also food tents being set up. There is a separate timed run and untimed walk that have the same course but different start/finish lines and the walk starts about 10 minutes after the run. There were signs were to line up for each race. The start was pretty organized but this is a huge race as it seems like the entire town either participated, volunteers or spectated the race. They did have us line up by pace but I do think a few waves could have spread us out better. That is my only production complaint. Course is well marked on closed streets with mile markers and aid station in the middle. It is a fun race with a ton of spectators and a ton of musical acts on the course. There were more musical acts on this 5K course than I’ve seen on Rock’n’Roll half marathons. The course is nice through downtown and the hospital which is appropriate given its charity. However ugh it is hilly. I think this had as much elevation as my two races last weekend. There are a ton of participants and lots of back of packer so it’s fun despite the hills. My finishing time wasn’t great but I was faster than my last 5K a few weeks ago and this was a much harder course. The finish area is fun and there are tons of local restaurants with food sample and you get 2 food tickets. Overall this is a very fun race if you are in Concord, NH the evening of the race. As long as it is an evening I can get to Concord by 6pm I would definitely do this race again.

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I have been wanting to do a Revel race as I have heard good things but they are always out west. So I was very excited an east coast race … MORE

I have been wanting to do a Revel race as I have heard good things but they are always out west. So I was very excited an east coast race was announced and in my home state of NH of all places. They did say this may be a limited event so I am not sure this race will return. I immediately signed up as soon as registration opened. The race is way up north in Conway and is a bit of a trek. It is a little over 2 hours from where I live and a little over 1.5 hours from my parent’s house and not very close to any airports. I initially thought I would stay at my parent’s house but when I saw how early the race started I booked a hotel. There was good pre race communication including an athlete guide. I had plans with my family Saturday afternoon so I didn’t think I would make the expo so I paid extra for race day packet pick-up. The athlete guide gave no info about race day pack pick-up but we did get an email with the info a few days before the race. I booked my hotel through the race website. One issue with this is they oversold the rooms at the hotel I booked and upgraded me to a nicer hotel at the same price. This doesn’t sound like an issue but this was never communicated to me until I arrived at my initial hotel and was told I had to go to another hotel and with the early wake up all I wanted to do was get to bed not drive to another hotel to check in. It all worked out but just a warning you may be better off directly booking with hotel and paying more if you don’t want to deal with this kind of thing. I was nervous about race morning as it involved shuttles after the shuttle fiasco in Maine but Revel seems to have every run very smoothly. If I didn’t know better I would have assumed Maine Coast was the inaugural race and this race had been held for years. There is separate parking for half and full marathoners and shuttles to the start and from the finish. I did arrive very early and everything was a breeze. I got my packet, brought it back to my car and there were no lines so I pretty much immediately boarded the shuttle. Packet included bib, a nice short sleeve tech shirt and a few other things like gloves to keep your warm. I did see lines to get in the parking lot as we were leaving in the shuttle so do try to arrive early if possible. The race is in a small town that does not have a ton of roads so it does take 30-40 minutes for the shuttle to arrive at the start and since the race starts at 6am this is a very early morning. My only production critique of an otherwise perfectly produced race would be the start area. The start area was a bit cramped for the number of runners and did not have enough porta potties. I’m not sure how this can be fixed given limited options for the course to work. I used the porta potty as soon as the shuttle got there and it didn’t have lines but didn’t use it right before the race. A lot of people also complained about how cold the start was. I’m guessing they are not natives of New Hampshire as I was completely fine with the temperature and had no additional layers and was comfortable but it may have been nice to have a heating tent for the out of towners. The race had runners line up by pace and started on time. Not everyone was finished with the porta potties but as it is chipped time they kept the start line open for them. I prefer this to delaying the start. The course is absolutely amazing! It is stunning scenery of mountains and rivers and the beauty of New Hampshire. Definitely a top 5% course in terms of beauty. It also definitely gave you the best views of NH. There aren’t a ton of spectators given the limited entry points for spectators though a few found ways to show up and there are plenty of other runners and such spectacular scenery that the miles fly by. The course is on the Kancamagus Highway and one half of the road is closed off for runners. They had some complicated system to allow traffic on the other side. The race was very easy to follow as except the last maybe half mile it was start down the highway. Everything was very well produced on course. There were aid stations approximately every 2 miles with water, electrolytes and multiple had Gu and/or fruit. There were also plenty of porta potties with no lines at each aid station. There were big mile markers and other encouraging signs. The half marathon course is pretty much all downhill. It is a relatively gradual downhill. The only difficult part is some of the road was on a slant which could be a bit painful on your muscles. I was hoping to have a very fast race and killed the first few miles but didn’t have enough left in the tank to finish strong at all and ended up finishing around 3:20. My main goal was to not get injured as I got injured during a downhill race a couple years ago and I did accomplish that. There is the same time limit for the half and full marathon so there are a ton of back of packers. I also stopped to take some pictures and chat with other participants which didn’t help my time. The last half a mile or so is in town and is well marked with course marshals directing traffic. It was also the correct distance. There is a nice finish area. I really like the medal. It is a very cute, and very New England themed, Moose design. The finish area was pretty good. There was a beer tent and you also got a sweet treat which was just a Dunkin Donut along with a bag of snacks and a water bottle. Dunkin Donuts didn’t seem like the most exciting post-race food but it does fit the New England theme. There was post race food to purchase but I had lunch plans afterwards. I then left for the shuttle and kept my fingers crossed there would be no line. It was an annoying about 1/2 mile walk to the shuttle but there was no line and it went as smooth as possible. As there were some traffic delays from runners crossing the street it does take a bit of time to get back to the parking lot and also a bit of time to get out of town though this seems unavoidable hosting a race in a small town. Overall I though this was an excellent race and I hope it comes back. If it does come back I would definitely recommend this race for NH and would definitely run it again if I had the weekend free. Even if it does not come back I would definitely love to run another Revel Race and would definitely recommend their races from this experience. If this race doesn’t come back, another great (mostly) downhill option for New Hampshire is the New England Half in October.

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