Runner's Page 2010 -----

  • Boston Marathon 2010

    Boston Marathon 2010

    Finishing the Boston in 2010. - Love that feeling! After training, qualifying, traveling and waiting together at the starting area , I lost Dave at the start and didn't see him again until I returned to the hotel! Two F-15 fighter planes zoomed overhead of the crowd at the beginning of the race in the village of Hopkinton. After the crowd stopped cheering few seconds later, the announcer let us all know that "the jets have just crossed over the finish line in Boston. Have a great race!." It obviously had never warmed up that day. Boston is both the coldest and warmest marathon I have run in. You never know whether to expect snow or sunburns.

  • Boston Marathon 2010

    Boston Marathon 2010

    Dave Taccone and I waiting at the staging area in the town of Hopkinton, 26 mile outside of Boston. Obviously still a little chilly still, despite the later starting time at Boston. It is truly an international race, with runners from absolutely everywhere gathered at the start. Ask me sometime about the crazy group of Italian runners we sat next to here at the fields.

  • St. George Marathon 2010

    St. George Marathon 2010

    Heading down the sweeping right into Snow Canyon- already hot that day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • St. George Marathon 2010

    St. George Marathon 2010

    You never really can explain the feeling of arriving at the finish line of a marathon.

  • FONTANA HALF MARATHON 2010

    Kelly Juell, Jeff Katz, Rod Parker, Lisa Gensel

  • Fontana Days Half Marathon 2010

    Fontana Days Half Marathon 2010

    They say it can get hot in Fontana in early summer. They were not kidding. It pays to finish earlier as opposed to later when the temperature soars. Where's the hat?