The night before long runs – be their training or actual marathons, feels similar to those days back in my hometown in Venezuela when I was twelve and used to get nervous and excited at the same time before my Saturday soccer matches. I wouldn’t be able to sleep until too late in the morning. … Continue reading The night before
Running and finishing my 4th marathon today, The Hong Kong Marathon, was gratifying As well as enjoyable.I barely slept tonight, not because of the emotion or excitement of running another 26.2 miles / 42 kilometers, but rather for the lack of tiredness. However, I still slept some hours which gave me enough energy to feel … Continue reading Hong Kong #19: Hong Kong Marathon.
Some of my friends have asked me, "How can you run a marathon – 26.2 miles – without stopping? I cannot even run two miles. You are so crazy!" And my most frequent answer is, "You should start taking more walks instead of buses and driving, running one mile, then three, then go back to … Continue reading Timeline: Running Adventures
It's been a long time since I have woken up so early in the morning to go for a run; however, running with my running group – Run 365 – and seeing so many familiar faces and meeting new friends make everything relatively easier. Running and hitting a mile after another mile is much more … Continue reading Final Days in San Francisco before Departure #2: Running, Rock Climbing, and Surprises!