"Completed with Kim Vazquez (her first race) and Karen Tutt
Cold 32-34 degrees, drizzle all the way, slushy/icy patches to watch for on the roads
PLUS I had to unlayer when I go sweaty and then forgot my heart rate watch on the medic table and had to run back and get it (retrace my steps) Lost time. So, I believe my time would've been at least the same as 5-10-14 Chisholm, if not a few minutes better.
Wasn't in the best of shape, training wise
Healthwise, just coming off candida episode and 5 days out from having had stomach virus"
"Official time was 3:28:20. The last mile was the hardest. I had trained on gravel surfaces. The marathon was concrete/asphalt. The step impact was difficult in the last mile or so. I kept asking the medical stations I past for any body parts they might have I could swap, but alas... All in all it was a good race for my first. I think I had a decent time too."