There’s less than a week left until the Rehoboth Beach Seashore Marathon. I’m only planning to run two more times before race day on Saturday, Dec. 6 — two three-milers, most likely on Monday and Wednesday. I ran about 8.6 miles for my last longer-length run of the training period, on Saturday in Hampstead, Maryland. Advertisements
I’m the kind of person that likes to wait until after Thanksgiving to start thinking about Christmas — or at least before celebrating Christmas — but when it comes to races, it’s good to have some notice. The Christmas-, holiday- and winter-themed races are starting soon, and here’s a roundup of some local ones to … More Holiday races coming up on Delmarva
My marathon training, combined with daylight saving time leaving few available running hours during non-work time, has resulted in running many, many miles in Salisbury. So, for my last really long run before the Rehoboth Beach Seashore Marathon, I decided to run my 20 miles in Chincoteague Island last Saturday, Nov. 15. (I still have a … More Chincoteague Island offers fun atmosphere for 20-miler
If you are looking for a race to run on or near Thanksgiving, and you live on Delmarva, you’re in luck, as there are plenty of them going on. Here are Thanksgiving races I’ve found information for, in order of when they’re taking place.
Looking for a race this November? Here are the remaining non-Thanksgiving races this month that I know of locally. Thanksgiving-themed races will be the topic of the next post.
For the first time since I began running, I’ve managed to hit the 1,000-mile mark in a year. With a 3-miler on Monday, Nov. 10, I was able to bring this year’s total to just more than 1,002 miles. And I’m not done running for 2014: I still have a marathon ahead, on Dec. 6. I’ve been running … More 1,000-mile goal met for 2014
While I do my fair share of driving across the Bay Bridge, it’s not often that I get to run across it. So, I took that opportunity on Sunday, and participated in the Across the Bay 10K with thousands of other runners. As I believe I noted in a previous blog post on The Road … More Run across the Bay Bridge a unique experience
I run in downtown Salisbury all the time. But Saturday was my first chance to do an urban-style race that was completely within the downtown area. Plus, I got to help veterans through my race entry fee. I’ve been in Salisbury for a little more than six years, including college, and I’d never heard of a run … More HERO 5K a fun chance to race downtown
Running is a huge part of my life, and I’m happy to be able to share that part of my life with you, the readers, through my new running blog — She Runs by the Seashore. Since the end of January 2013, I have been blogging at The Road to a Marathon on the website of … More Learn about my new blog