Spain has had one of the strictest lockdowns in the world because of the significant amount of coronavirus cases here. Just this past Saturday, after 50 days of lockdown, we were allowed to go for walks (up to 1km) and exercise (up to 1 hour) between 6am-10am and 8pm-11pm. Before this, people were only allowed … Continue reading first taste of freedom
On November 4th, 2018 I ran my first marathon. After months of training, it seemed hard to imagine that it all came down to just a few hours. I couldn't have asked for better weather that day or a better support system. I ran with Fred's Team - a group affiliated with Memorial Sloan Kettering … Continue reading 26.2 miles and a “few” months later…
The lottery for the NYC Marathon opened up today and it's real guys, I'M IN! Through New York Road Runners, I was able to participate in 9 races (I think I ended up doing a total of 15 races) and volunteered at 1 race in order to guarantee my entry. I signed into NYRR.org like … Continue reading it’s official!
Two weeks ago (maybe even to this time), I was crossing the finish line at what was my fastest half marathon. It was a lovely, freezing, 13.1 mile race through all of Central Park's worst hills (sometimes twice or three times). I surpassed my own expectations with the pace and time that I got. It … Continue reading the beginning…ish