I have only been able to claim two of the races in which I have participated, a 10K and a half marathon. The 10K was part of a bunch of races at the same location that has been doing this for over 25 years and the half marathon is part of a national series of races. For those reasons I think their results are such that I could claim them. The results are interactive, I can do a search for any runner, and when I found my name there is a tab which allowed me to claim my result. The other races have been local 5Ks and haven't been around so long so the results that come up when I try to claim them looks just like a list in .pdf format. I can read them but that is about it. Maybe this has something to do with it, not really sure, but some races have results you can claim and others don't.
To paraphrase Newton, "A body in motion tends to stay in motion", so keep those feet moving ....
Year 2 Year 5K - 12/31 - 1/1
Tinkerbell Half Marathon - 1/29
Rock n Roll Pasadena Half marathon - 2/19
Old Agoura 10K - 3/24
O2O Half Marathon - 6/3
City Impact Half Marathon - 6/16
Channel Islands 10K - 7/4
Disneyland Half - 9/2
Marine Corps Marathon - 10/28
I also found that the easiest way to claim results was to search by my name on the tab to the right. Not every race I had run was there, but my question is about whether there is a faster way to claim multiple results? So far all I could do was click on each race individually. Anybody found a more efficient route?
Current marathon PR: 2:48:54
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