Med City Marathon

It was a crazy day. Temperatures began over 70 degrees and crept up from there. At the beginning of the race the race officials gave us a black flag signifying the worse conditions and warned us to drink a lot of water. Sandi and I ran the first block together before I set out to run a personal record. The heat would keep us from even finishing as the officials cancelled the race after 3.5 hours. I had made it to mile 21 and Sandi was around mile 18. They let us walk/run all but a 3 mile loop if we proceeded at our own risk. It was a fun but disappointing day since we had trained for over 4 months to get ready for the day and then we couldn

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