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The way you persevered through all that and Sometimes I get road rage walking behind people in the grocery store shirt still finished the race the way you did says a lot about your character. You deserved a better result than what you got. Your fortunes will improve in your next race, and it’s going to feel so damn good when you crush the next one. That mental toughness to train in the desert, on treadmills, in sandstorms, then to get screwed in the race itself – this just sets you up to absolutely crush your next marathon.
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Congrats on an incredible finish! I don’t know which part of the story was the most inspirational actually. Toughing it out mentally in a marathon where Sometimes I get road rage walking behind people in the grocery store shirt race hard and had to run an extra mile? Or that brutal training in Africa? Or the part where you had to accept the downtime because of how hard it is to stop. As others said, it’s clear that you have much greater things in your future! As a follower of your training for so long, I can only imagine how disappointing this race was for you. I’m really sorry how it all played out. Pushing through despite the circumstances was really strong of you. Ugh, reading this is heartbreaking. I totally believe you would have help pace through the end without the mental struggle of knowing you were running a 27.2-mile race.
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Frankly, Sometimes I get road rage walking behind people in the grocery store shirt impressed you held your pace as well as you did with that kind of mental hurdle to contend with. I hope Glass City gives you the day you deserved this weekend. I’m pretty sure missing that turnaround would have mentally broken me but you stuck with it. Can’t wait to see what happens at Glass City! Some people say that the slower runners suffer as much as the faster runners. In general, I think that’s a bunch of BS — we could have a big discussion on it but my one sentence take is that casual runners aren’t well-trained enough to reach the depths of suffering that pro runners can reach. You’re an example of a slower-than-pro runner who is an exception (there are a lot around here, but you might be the best example) and pros could even learn something from this report. Really awesome commitment during your training cycle and finishing the race.
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You’re such a beast for getting that kind of training in under those conditions, and the eggs-on-Fuego were so well-deserved! Sometimes I get road rage walking behind people in the grocery store shirt get that sub-2:40 next time. In a race with volunteers who aren’t dumb. I also went off course and ended up 4th OA in one of my A races last year. I feel your pain and I missed the podium by 10 seconds in the end. That was a tough one to swallow.