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Races and PRs

PRs in red

10/18/12 - RRS 10 Miler #2 - 1:27:56
10/4/12 - RRS 10 Miler #1 - 1:30:45
9/23/12 - RRS 10k #2 - 1:18:41 (We ran the Warrior Dash in Nashville the day before)
9/9/12 - RRS 10k #1 - 1:14:53
8/26/12 - RRS 5 Miler #2 - 58:54
8/18/12 - Munford Celebrate 5k - 22:15 Playlist/recap
8/12/12 - RRS 5 Miler #1 - 59:26
7/22/12 - RRS 5k #2 - 35:07
7/8/12 - RRS 5k #1 - 35:53 recap
3/18/12 - Germantown Half Marathon - 1:55:12 recap

12/3/11 - St. Jude Marathon - 4:34:23 recap
11/20/11 - RRS Half Marathon #2 - 1:56:31 recap
11/6/11 - RRS Half Marathon #1 - 1:52:08 recap
10/23/11 - RRS 10 Miler #2 - 1:19:43 recap
10/9/11 - RRS 10 Miler #1 - 1:25:05 recap
9/25/11 - RRS 10k #2 - 1:14:29 recap
9/11/11 - RRS 10k #1 - 1:12:21 recap
8/28/11 - RRS 5 Miler #2 - 58:04 recap
8/20/11 - Munford Celebrate 5k - 22:04 (3rd place M 30-34; 10th Overall) recap
8/14/11 - RRS 5 Miler #1 - 59:06 recap
7/24/11 - RRS 5k #2 - 22:31 recap
7/10/11 - RRS 5k #1 - 35:16 recap
3/26/11 - Mito-What? 5k - 21:14 (2nd place M 30-34; 7th overall)
3/20/11 - Germantown Half Marathon - 1:42:38

8/21/10 - Munford Celebrate 5K - 22:14 (2nd place M 30-34; 11th overall)
3/27/10 - Mito-What? 5k - 21:28 (2nd place M 30-34; 7th overall) A story from this race
3/21/10 - Germantown Half Marathon - 1:38:27

12/5/09 - St.Jude Marathon - 4:08:20 A story from this race
11/22/09 - Road Race Series Half Marathon #2 - 1:38:04
11/19/09 - Navy Turkey Trot - 21:27 (1st place overall)
11/8/09 - Road Race Series Half Marathon #1 - 1:39:09
10/25/09 - Road Race Series 10 Miler #2 - 1:19:25
10/11/09 - Road Race Series 10Miler #1 - 1:19:12
9/27/09 - Road Race Series 10k #2 - 47:48
9/13/09 - Road Race Series 10k #1 - 1:19:41 (hungover)
8/23/09 - Road Race Series 5 Miler #2 - 36:59
8/9/09 - Road Race Series 5 Miler #1 - 37:49
8/8/09 - Munford Celebrate 5k - 22:14 (2nd M 30-34; 10th overall)
7/26/09 - Road Race Series 5k #2 - 22:07
7/12/09 - Road Race Series 5k #1 - 23:40
3/15/09 - Germantown Half Marathon - 1:44:16

11/20/08 - Navy Turkey Trot - 24:42 (First race ever)

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