A good friend, Todd Stabenow, is participating in his first Ironman (Chattanooga) this year and raising money for a great cause. I’m supporting him not only because of our friendship, he is also putting up a $1,500 4-night stay in Charleston to one lucky winner.
Every $30 donation gives you an entry where you have no worse than a 1/100 chance of winning a stay Sept-May in this beautiful Charleston home.
You can make an easy tax-free donation through the following link: http://goo.gl/IZ4wdO
Below is my 2014 tentative race calendar. Provided I stay injury free, the following are on my radar with New York City Marathon confirmed.
Charleston Half-Marathon (Jan 18) 1:18:45 (New Half-Marathon PR, 2nd overall)
BB&T Corp Cup Team 5K (Mar 8) 17:31 (3rd overall)
Charlotte 10 Miler (Mar 23) 17:15 (New 10 Mile PR, 1st overall)
Know Your Craft 5K (Apr 5) 17:15 (3rd overall)
CPCC Skyline 5K (Apr 26)
Blue Ridge Relay (Sep 5-6)
Lynchburg 10 Miler (Sep 27)
New York City Marathon (Nov 2) [Confirmed]
Do you have a race calendar in place for 2014?
National Running Day is celebrating its fifth anniversary, and I encourage you to invite a friend or organize a group run to support running.
This morning starting from the Dowd YMCA, I was joined by Chad and Danielle Crockford, Bill Shires and Hanna who just moved to Charlotte, NC from Arizona. We started at 6am and enjoyed 8 miles together through the beautiful streets of Charlotte.
Let me know how you plan on celebrating today.
I just landed in Denver Colorado. Over the next 3 days I will be teaming up with two other great snowboarders from Charlotte, NC and one from Colorado; we will be riding Steamboat Monday and Tuesday [Pictures Soon]. This will also be my last snowboarding trip of the season; spring training is coming up 🙂
When I return, I will be joining my wife Adrienne, in training for Cooper River Bridge Run in Charleston SC on March 28th. This will be her first 10k, just a tad longer then a 4 miler, which she enjoys doing. Here is a copy of her program for anyone interested, 10-K Training
During the months of January & February, I scaled my running back to 10-14 miles per week. Gym work has consisted of 4 workouts per week, mostly free weights- involving heavy core work. During my last few runs, my body has felt refreshed and strong.
Off to the mountains…