Final Thoughts about the Half Marathon

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I have spent the past couple of days thinking about everything related to the Half Marathon this weekend. The race was an amazing experience. I have never felt so strong and accomplished. Running those miles was one of the hardest and most rewarding experiences of my life thus far.  After running 13.1 miles I crossed the finish line choking down tears. I am not sure if I was thankful to be DONE running…? Or if I was just so overwhelmed with how lucky I am to have been able to run 13.1 miles in one of the most amazing cities in the world. My legs were sore for three days following the race, and today I miss that feeling a little bit. I can honestly say that I loved every second of the race- the energy, the supporters and the volunteers. It really was an amazing experience. SO amazing that I have already signed up for my next half marathon!

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I will be running the Palio half marathon in my home town this September. I am planning on running other races in-between, but am excited to already have a goal race for the running season. This course shouldn’t be as hilly as central park…and hopefully it will be a little cooler. I am already dreaming about a new PR!

  • http://jenisgreen.com jen

    yeah! so proud of you!!! can’t wait til our 15K!

    • http://www.thewannabefoodie.com Alicia

      thank you!!! I can’t wait either.. so exciting!!

  • http://www.crowleyparty.blogspot.com Alycia (Crowley Party)

    Finishing a half marathon was the best feeling ever! I just signed up to do a full one… eekkk, wish me luck! hahaha

    • http://www.thewannabefoodie.com Alicia

      Good Luck!!!

  • Maryden25

    Kudos to women who have the spirit like yours! How I wish I can do that too. I’m just into walking.

  • Born27

    I do admire you. That’s another goal you’ve reached. Keep on running and never give up your dreams.

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