I did it again. Two weeks before a marathon, I ran a half marathon. And my left Achilles tendon didn’t feel right, but I didn’t quit. And now I’m hoping for recovery and to be able to go out a few times before the big M.
Why I didn’t quit…?
- The no quitting philosophy
- First race in new age group
- Actually finished the 13.1 mi in a decent time , 1:30 . 3rd in my age group (M50-54)
So now chances are that I won’t run Chevron CityToSurf Marathon Perth if my left ankle isn’t in decent condition. Won’t know until race day…
A few more races in the horizon and an unexpected C2S aftermath. Interested? Continue reading.
Chevron CityToSurf Marathon 2011 recap. Yes, I know I’m a bit late with this, but sitting in front of the computer after this marathon is not what I wanted to do. I you are still interested, keep reading. Show me more.
Chevron CityToSurf (Perth) is over. A fellow runner died at the finish line. I guess that I will ramble on about that. Interested? Keep reading…
I call it “M day -1” . You have lots of time today for chilling out, and even “LIKE” this post, subscribe to my blog and send the link to your friends, maybe enemies too… If you’re running errands today, just leave. If not, keep reading. Show me MORE
If you are an accomplished marathon runner you can continue surfing the internet somewhere else… this is not for you! But if it will be your first time running C2S Perth, maybe your first marathon, keep reading.
My background: more than 10 marathons (including 2 Boston), and 5 years of running and triathlon racing. Not a pro, but with that compelling felling to share with fellow runners and amateur athletes.
C2S is not the easiest course for a beginner. Hopefully by now you know that the first half is fairly flat, while the second has rolling hills. Check the course map in PDF. There is also a course profile at the bottom …Keep reading, there’s a lot more