Very nice race for you and Ann! I agree with others that I was having trouble keeping things straight. In the end, I sensed you ran a lot of good miles ...well done! It did remind me of the latter stages of my marathon yesterday. I cannot do math in my head when I'm that tired. I kept asking my running partners to figure out where I was with time given my pace and the distance remaining. It all worked out in the end though, just as it did with you, Ann and family. Continued good luck with your training and in Detroit.
Tom – I love the comment that the whole family had training plans to meet – how awesome to have a family of runners! Congratulations to your daughter on her distance PR, and nice that you got to share it with her. Another great race and report!
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