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5K Here I Come

Tomorrow I am running the Hurricane Half 5K, and I am already feeling the butterflies. I ran my last 5K almost three years ago, not long after I started running. My time was 31:20. Tomorrow should easily be a PR, but I want more than that. I want something that I will have to work to beat in future 5Ks.

Good luck to everyone racing this weekend and those running everywhere!

RUN: My calves have been unusually sore. Wondering if it is from pushing my girls in the double jogger.


  1. Good luck...I know you will do well.

    Looking forward to reading about a PR!

  2. Good luck, looking forward to hearing about your speedy PR!

  3. For some reason I think you are going to run crazy fast tomorrow! Good luck!

  4. Have a great time and good luck!!! Hope your calves feel good for the run tomorrow.

  5. GOOD LUCK tomorrow! Hope you rock the race!

  6. Good luck tomorrow looking to the new PR and race report. :)

  7. Good luck Candice! You will be GREAT!

  8. Good luck!!! My calves hurt, too! But mines from running huge hills last weekend and then wearing heals Sunday night.

  9. Good luck! May your PR and have a great run :)

  10. Good luck to you! Can't wait to hear how it goes!

  11. Have fun shattering your PR today.
    Oh, and my calves hurt just thinking about pushing a jogging stroller.

  12. Can't wait to hear how it went!


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