I know I promised you a post on supplements yesterday, but the evening got away from me (6k tempo run, cooking dinner, watching part of 42) and I didn’t get the pictures uploaded in time. Forgive me? 🙂
I’ve been thinking a lot of all the run races out there and am starting to plan my 2014 racing season so I thought it might be fun to put down my running goals on paper.
Nike Women’s Marathon – San Francisco
Nike Women’s Half Marathon – DC (I’m fairly certain I’ll be putting my name in the draw this fall – my cousin lives in DC so I’d have a place to stay and can fly on Airmiles and I really want some of those Special Edition Nike Runners. No, I’m not materialistic, why do you ask?)
SeaWheeze – every year for ever and ever and ever.
New York City Marathon – because New York.
Disney Wine and Dine Half Marathon – my aunt and I have plans to do this once my youngest cousin is out of the nest, so in about 2 years my aunt and I will be getting our wine on!
Half Corked Half – this is truly a fun run. It’s a non-time event and is only 17km, so not even a true half marathon. It’s like a pub crawl, but with wineries and is obviously full of awesomeness. So far it sounds like my aunt, sister and I will be registering for this for 2014. Heck, if we drink too much wine there’s a bus that’ll drive along and pick us up. Seriously. Love it!
Disney Coast to Coast Race Challenge – I suppose I should pick a race in DisneyLand at some point if I’m going to attempt to complete this one……
Goofy Challenge – this is a pipe dream, but how cool would it be to run a half and a full in Disney?!
Boston – definitely more of a pipe dream than the Goofy, but I’m putting it out there. Right now I’m in the 3:35 qualifying group, so hopefully I’ll be able to keep my pace and fitness until I move closer to the 4:00 qualifying group in my 40’s 🙂
I can’t talk about a running bucket list without talking about race times. Some of these are insane, some might be doable. For each distance I’m listing 3 goals from OMG-this-might-be-doable-on-the-most-perfect-day-ever-after-the-most-perfect-training-plan to work really hard and I’ll get there.