It took longer to decide on which race to do then to do the event itself, in the end went with the 10k maintaining the speed team focus. The race started with some kinks to be worked out, felt smooth through 4 to 6km, faded from 6 to 9km and then came back in the last k for the sprint finish to take the 40-49 category in 35:58.
Had thought about doing the marathon in prep for the World 100k but in the end decided two things, I was enjoying the speed work more and was just not ready to increase the distance in terms of the stiffness in my achilles.
Next up will be the Saucony XC Series and the Eastside 10k.
Passionate runner and nordic skier who happens to own a run & ski shop!