Races – Past

At the beginning of 2010, I decided that I want to run at least one race per month this year.  So far, so good!

Eleventh race:

July 27, 2010
Memorial Scholarship 5k
Race Recap
Norfolk, VA
Time: 28 min 05 sec

Tenth race:

July 20, 2010
Summer Series III – Predict your time 6k
Race Recap
Norfolk, VA
Predicted: 35 minutes
Actual: ~ 34 min 40 sec

Ninth race:

June 26, 2010
House of Esther Ministries 5k
Race Recap
Virginia Beach, VA
Distance: 5k
Time: 28 min 07 sec
Place: 3rd place female overall

Eighth race:

May 31, 2010
Yorktown Freedom Run
Race Recap
Yorktown, VA
Distance: 5k
Time: between 28 min 28 sec
Place: 2nd place 20-24 female age group

Seventh race:

April 17, 2010
CrossOver Challenge
Race Recap
Richmond, VA
Distance: 15k
Garmin Time: 1 hr 27 min
Official Time ~ 1 hr 29 min

Sixth race:

April 3, 2010
Yorktown Victory Run 8 Miler
Race Recap
Newport News to Yorktown, VA
Distance: 8 miles
Garmin Time: 1 hr 12 min 39 sec
Official Time:
1:12:52


Fifth race:

March 27, 2010
Monument 10k
Expo recap & Race recap
Richmond, VA
Distance: 10k
Official time: 55:48

Forth race:

February 27, 2010
Stop Child Abuse Now 5k
Race recap
Richmond, VA
Distance: 5k
Official Time: 27:28
Garmin Time: 27:17

Third race:

January 1, 2010
New Years Day 10k
Race recap
Midlothian, VA
Distance: 10k
Official Time: 1 hour 49 seconds

Second race:

October 17, 2009
Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure
Location: Virginia Beach, VA
Distance: 5k
Time: 27 minutes 49 seconds
This course was completely flat which probably is part of the reason my time was so much better after only a week.  Ran this one with my mom and boyfriend at the time.
race for the cure 09
It was FREEZING that day and I had a major debate with myself about whether or not I should wear my jacket.  I decided not to which was perfect because I ended up getting too hot without it!

My first race:

October 10, 2009
Hog Jog
Location: Smithfield, VA
Distance: 5k
Time: 30 minutes 35 seconds
Came in 8th place for women’s 15-19
Overall, I was extremely happy with my time.  My dad and I practiced the course a couple days before the race & my time was 33 minutes (I don’t remember the seconds) which means that the race time was a total improvement!  Before it started I was terrified because the practice run was so hard I felt like crying but I felt amazing during the race!  I almost ran over a little kid at the water station (oops!) but it wasn’t really completely my fault since he stopped right in front of me!

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6 responses to “Races – Past

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  2. Hi
    I’m Melinda’s aunt – not sure if you remember me? I have too become to love to run – I just signed up to run the Nashville, TN Music 1/2 marathon. Last year I ran 2 1/2 marathon’s and a handful of 5K, 10K, and benefit runs. I’ll be coming to VA on weekend o 3/26. I was going to run in the VA beach 1/2 but they were filled up (on the weekend before) i’ll be training for the 1/2 so if you’d like to get together and run with me when I come up to visit it would be great! LOVE your site. I too have a zillion healhty meals – loved to share a few with you.
    taks care
    Jeanne

    • Hey Jeanne! Melinda told me that you run a lot. I’d love to meet up with you for a run while you’re in town! I’m running a 10k in Richmond the weekend that you’ll be in town (the race is march 27th). I’m still working on getting healthier when it comes to eating. I’d love to hear about some of your favorite recipes! Thanks for checking out my site! I’ll have to thank Melinda for telling you about it 🙂 Get my cell phone number from Melinda and we can set something up for while you’re in Virginia. -Sammi

  3. We were both at the Susan G. Komen race in VB!! I’m shooting for the Shamrock 8K on March 20th and the Wicked 10k on Halloween.

    • I’m doing the monument 10k in Richmond on March 27th and then the Yorktown 8 miler on April 3rd (exactly a week apart!) which is why I didn’t even think about the Shamrock! Maybe next year 🙂 I did read about the Wicked 10k though! That one sounds like a lot of fun. Looks like I may have to look into it more!

  4. I recently ran my first half marathon, in my second half marathon i dropped 4 minutes off of my time with hills 🙂 I run xc and track at my school, and i recently injured my leg, so i cant run.:( normally i cant go a day with out running. check my blog out!

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