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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 1:04 pm

At the FINISH:
Michael - 3:00:51, 6:54 final pace 

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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 1:16 pm

At the 30K:
John - 2:30:08, 8:42 pace (slowed +24 seconds over 25K)

Fostever is overdue to the 25K mat

At the 25K:
1L - 2:15:19, 8:39 pace (slowed +4 over 20K time)
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 1:29 pm

At the 35K mark:
John - 2:58:27, 9:07 pace (slowing +25 since 30K and +59 seconds since the Half)
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 1:32 pm

At the 20K mark:
Kelli - 2:13:51, 11:33 pace (slower +32 over 15K pace)
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 1:48 pm

At the 30K mark:
Miche1e - 2:43:02, 8:56 pace (slowing +17 over 25K)


At the HALF:
Kelli - 2:21:46, 11:36 pace

No new time for Fostever.
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:00 pm

At the 40K mark:
John - 3:26:59, 9:12 pace (steady, +5 over 35K mark)
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:11 pm

At the FINISH:
John - 3:40:38, 8:25 overall pace.

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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:19 pm

At the 35K mark:
Miche1e - 3:12:53, 9:37 (slowing +41 seconds over 30K mark...must've seen someone)

At the 25K mark:
Kelli - 2:50:15, 11:45 pace (slowing a bit +13 seconds over 20K mark)
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  Mike MacLellan on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:37 pm

Just texted with my brother a bit.  Apparently the hills are hard - I had told him not to worry about them, oops - and it was very warm.  He said he was shivering from the heat (? sounds like heat exhaustion/dehydration) before the halfway point.  He's doing alright now, I think.  Just a couple minutes off his PR on pretty limited training.  

Forgot that his GF was running it, too.  She's had some knee issues, but ran a 3:44.  Slowed a bit from HM-30k but stabilized for the finish.
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  Mark B on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:41 pm

Great job tracking these folks, Ounce! Lots of sub-3s and one so close it hurt!

Cheers to everbody still out there.

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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:44 pm

At the 40K mark:
Miche1e - 3:42:06, 9:25 pace (faster -8 seconds over 35K mark)
edit:  Projected finish of 3:54:18


Mike, yeah, I'd say he is negatively affected due to the heat.  Hope he got some help.
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:51 pm

At the FINISH:
Miche1e - 3:56:01, 9:00 overall pace

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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 2:58 pm

At the 30K mark:
Kelli - 3:28:50, 12:25 pace (slower +40 seconds over 25K)


Steve Foster has probably pulled up lame.  He was projected to cross the finish line at 2:08 ET or about an hour ago.
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Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 3:37 pm

At the 35K mark:
Kelli - 4:11:46, 13:50 pace (doing her best to finish)
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 4:51 pm

It's been an hour and 15 minutes, Kelli hasn't hit the 40K mat, yet.

I don't hold out any hope for Steve.
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  nkrichards on Mon Apr 18, 2016 4:53 pm

Thanks for the tracking Doug.  I wasn't able to follow during the race but it was fun to come back in and get a blow by blow.

Nice races all!

Hope Kelli is OK...
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Mon Apr 18, 2016 5:16 pm

I PM'd John on Facebook and he says that Kelli finished in 5:08:xx.  He says she hooked up with a ~58 lady who finally qualified and they were doing a Galloway run/walk.
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  nkrichards on Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:39 pm

ounce wrote:I PM'd John on Facebook and he says that Kelli finished in 5:08:xx.  He says she hooked up with a ~58 lady who finally qualified and they were doing a Galloway run/walk.

Thanks for the update Doug.

And thanks again for the tracking...
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  Julie on Tue Apr 19, 2016 3:20 pm

Congratulations everyone!
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  Mark B on Tue Apr 19, 2016 4:16 pm

Great job, everyone! And thanks to Doug for keeping track of you all. He'd make a good sheepdog.

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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  Michele "1L" Keane on Tue Apr 19, 2016 8:14 pm

Thanks all for tracking.  It was quite warm out there and I struggled to stay hydrated as it was also very dry.  Stomach was not happy and was forced to make a code brown stop just after Heartbreak Hill.  Kept thinking I could out run it, but nope.  Stopped to grab a drink from my daughter around mile 24 and then just willed myself to the finish as the wheels fell off around Fenway and I went up on blocks.  Not my worst and not my best and I was pleased for holding it all together in what felt very, very warm to someone coming out of a mild, but not warm winter.  My 50th marathon is complete!  I ran another sub-4, a BQ (for my old and new AG), and I'll be back.  I was due an ok race and I got it.


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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  Tim C on Tue Apr 19, 2016 9:01 pm

Michele \"1L" Keane wrote:Thanks all for tracking.  It was quite warm out there and I struggled to stay hydrated as it was also very dry.  Stomach was not happy and was forced to make a code brown stop at the bottom of Heartbreak Hill.  Kept thinking I could out run it, but nope.  Stopped to grab a drink from my daughter around mile 24 and then just willed myself to the finish as the wheels fell off around Fenway and I went up on blocks.  Not my worst and not my best and I was pleased for holding it all together in what felt very, very warm to someone coming out of a mild, but not warm winter.  My 50th marathon is complete!  I ran another sub-4, a BQ (for my old and new AG), and I'll be back.  I was due an ok race and I got it.

Nice job, Michele and a big congrats on completing your 50th!  You have no idea how badly I want to run that race next year.  I'm rehabbing the knee and have my fingers crossed it will hold up.
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Wed Apr 20, 2016 9:41 am

Michele \"1L" Keane wrote:Thanks all for tracking.  It was quite warm out there and I struggled to stay hydrated as it was also very dry.  Stomach was not happy and was forced to make a code brown stop at the bottom of Heartbreak Hill.  Kept thinking I could out run it, but nope.  Stopped to grab a drink from my daughter around mile 24 and then just willed myself to the finish as the wheels fell off around Fenway and I went up on blocks.  Not my worst and not my best and I was pleased for holding it all together in what felt very, very warm to someone coming out of a mild, but not warm winter.  My 50th marathon is complete!  I ran another sub-4, a BQ (for my old and new AG), and I'll be back.  I was due an ok race and I got it.
I'm curious about whether you maintained your fat-adapted state prior to the marathon?  If so, how do you think it helped or hurt during the race?

Gratz on your 16th Boston, too!!
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  Michele "1L" Keane on Wed Apr 20, 2016 10:12 am

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Michele \"1L" Keane wrote:Thanks all for tracking.  It was quite warm out there and I struggled to stay hydrated as it was also very dry.  Stomach was not happy and was forced to make a code brown stop at the bottom of Heartbreak Hill.  Kept thinking I could out run it, but nope.  Stopped to grab a drink from my daughter around mile 24 and then just willed myself to the finish as the wheels fell off around Fenway and I went up on blocks.  Not my worst and not my best and I was pleased for holding it all together in what felt very, very warm to someone coming out of a mild, but not warm winter.  My 50th marathon is complete!  I ran another sub-4, a BQ (for my old and new AG), and I'll be back.  I was due an ok race and I got it.
I'm curious about whether you maintained your fat-adapted state prior to the marathon?  If so, how do you think it helped or hurt during the race?

Gratz on your 16th Boston, too!!
I did Doug - and I think I ran out of fuel.  I also think my bathroom issue was due to taking in gels like I normally do.  Always a work in progress!!
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Re: 2016 Boston Marathon tracking thread

Post  ounce on Wed Apr 20, 2016 2:42 pm

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Michele \"1L" Keane wrote:Thanks all for tracking.  It was quite warm out there and I struggled to stay hydrated as it was also very dry.  Stomach was not happy and was forced to make a code brown stop at the bottom of Heartbreak Hill.  Kept thinking I could out run it, but nope.  Stopped to grab a drink from my daughter around mile 24 and then just willed myself to the finish as the wheels fell off around Fenway and I went up on blocks.  Not my worst and not my best and I was pleased for holding it all together in what felt very, very warm to someone coming out of a mild, but not warm winter.  My 50th marathon is complete!  I ran another sub-4, a BQ (for my old and new AG), and I'll be back.  I was due an ok race and I got it.
I'm curious about whether you maintained your fat-adapted state prior to the marathon?  If so, how do you think it helped or hurt during the race?

Gratz on your 16th Boston, too!!
I did Doug - and I think I ran out of fuel.  I also think my bathroom issue was due to taking in gels like I normally do.  Always a work in progress!!
I wouldn't say that you ran out of fuel, rather your adaption was not deep or long enough to see you through the race.  You probably needed to train in a deeper adapted state than you did.  You had enough fat cells to see you through the race.  I can't speak to the GI issue.  But it truly is a work in progress.
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