Ultimate Running Date #43

It’s a new month, in a new year, you know what that means! Running Date.

Strap on those shoes that you got from Santa, and let’s go running!

Running in 2017 for me was a roller coaster.  Starting off the year injured I had no idea how I was going to perform.

That’s why I set a goal just to enjoy the run, and that I did.

Gold Rush 2017My last event for the year was Gold Rush.

It was hot (I ran in just my crop), but I had so much fun.

I ran slower than I did at Surf Coast, but I put that down to the heat.

That and I was less motivated because of the warmer weather.

December Running Statistics

Distance – 150 km
Total Hours – 19
Longest Distance 
– 24 km
Number of Activities 
– 22

Overall Running Statistics

Total Running Distance – 1458.1 km
Monthly Average – 121.51km

Not bad considering the first 3 months of the year were really low, while learning to run again.

So what’s in store for 2018?

My plan is to transition back to road races, and have a crack at breaking my half marathon personal best.  It currently stands at 1h49m23s, which was done at Run Melbourne in 2013.

The goal is a sub 1h45m half marathon (5:00 pace).  The first race to tackle this Canberra in April.

Right now, I’m just having fun with running and having a play with different types of sessions.

Training for Canberra starts at the end of January.


How was running for you in 2017?
Did you get your goals?
Plans for 2018?

 

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