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Run The World Gobal Challenge celebrates running around the the world.   We have changed things a bit.  Starting January 1, 2020 we will be doing monthly RTW Challdnges.  We will also continue to keep track of miles from when we started as total miles since July 4, 2018.  And of course our weekly log starting on Wednesday and finishing on Tuesday.  The idea is to run or walk and then log those miles on your My Best Runs account. There is no entry fee.  You just need a MBR account and that’s Free too.  Once you sign up you log your miles on your account.  

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Bob Anderson (72) US, 68 miles

5.00 miles in Los Altos and Mt View (runner profile)

Got in five miles today. The same as I have been doing. Out three times. (Tue 12) / Total Miles 3,113.62 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 121 miles

11.10 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Winfield’s dragon in the kiddie pool (Tue 12) / Total Miles 5,417.86 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 75 miles

6.41 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Wet foggy morning. (Tue 12)
Time: 1:13:52 Pace: 11:32 / Total Miles 3,482.17 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 63 miles

4.00 miles in Los Altos and Mt View (runner profile)

Got out three times for a total of four miles. These 30 plus mile weeks starting the first week in March seems to be working. I break up the workouts into three parts. I think I am good for distances up to 10k but I will need to get in longer runs to be able to race a half marathon. (Mon 11) / Total Miles 3,108.62 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 110 miles

12.44 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Another dike run. (Mon 11) / Total Miles 5,406.76 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US, 217 miles

12.80 miles in Santa Cruz, Ca (runner profile)

Mornings are beautiful. (Mon 11)
Time: 1:46:43 Pace: 8:21 / Total Miles 9,008.73 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 69 miles

2.52 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Cold morning with 21 degrees chill factor. Saw a dead baby raccoon. (Mon 11)
Time: 35:34 Pace: 14:07 / Total Miles 3,475.76 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (63) IN, 55 miles

8.70 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today did 2hrs of aerobic slow run training at a low heart rate of 124 bpm. Try running at a low heart rate of 120 bpm for just 10 minutes and I am sure, initially, most of you will find it difficult to maintain the low HR. Benefits Aerobic running : It saves your body from getting injured. And it trains your body to use fats for energy. Stay Home, Stay Healthy. Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Mon 11)
Time: 2:01:32 Pace: 13:59 / Total Miles 2,341.74 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 59 miles

1.50 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

Got in another 1.5 miles before dark. Photo taken at Stanford. They really need to get their gardens back. (Sun 10) / Total Miles 3,104.62 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US, 204 miles

25.54 miles in Los Gatos, Ca (runner profile)

Good day.. flatlands and smaller hills. (Sun 10)
Time: 3:19:20 Pace: 7:49 / Total Miles 8,995.93 since 7/4/18
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Well done James. 204 miles already for May! 5/10 9:43 pm
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 58 miles

6.62 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Daisy and I ran over to Stanford again. Lots of people out on the path. Another perfect day for running. First mile was just a warmup (11:52) and then we picked it up a bit. Daisy gets a treat when we finish. Catherine is picking us up and then we are going to the grocery store. Sure miss not being able to race.... (Sun 10)
Time: 1:00:52 Pace: 9:12 / Total Miles 3,103.12 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 66 miles

7.41 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Mothers Day run with Weston along the Greenway. (Sun 10)
Time: 1:25:00 Pace: 11:29 / Total Miles 3,473.24 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 51 miles

3.50 miles in Los Altos and Stanford (runner profile)

Got in another mile before dark. Plus the miles earlier. Good day. Just another Saturday mostly at home minus the running/walking. (Sat 9) / Total Miles 3,096.50 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 98 miles

12.85 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Along the flowing river. (Sat 9) / Total Miles 5,394.32 since 7/4/18
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Always nice to run along a river 5/10 9:44 pm
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James Kalani (54) US, 178 miles

42.36 miles in Los Gatos, Saragoga,Ca (runner profile)

Today was a great day!! Happiness is when you run downhill after a long uphill climb and a truck leads the way downhill so you can run in the middle of the road unhindered! (Sat 9)
Time: 5:27:46 Pace: 7:45 / Total Miles 8,970.39 since 7/4/18
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Great pace for 42 miles! You are amazing! 5/10 9:45 pm
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 48 miles

4.65 miles in Palo Alto (runner profile)

Daisy and I ran and walked over to Stanford. Stopped the watch at one point while Daisy was taking a pit stop and didn’t start it for a half mile. Added that and estimated my pace for that section. We also did another 2.1 miles and will post that along with or mike or so before dark. Perfect day for running. Photo just to the right of the Coupa Cafe. (Sat 9)
Time: 46:49 Pace: 10:05 / Total Miles 3,093.00 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 59 miles

6.20 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Ran with the lads from Golds Gym parking lot. Rain began just when we finished. πŸƒ‍β™‚οΈπŸ˜Šβ€οΈπŸ™πŸ» (Sat 9)
Time: 1:11:03 Pace: 11:28 / Total Miles 3,465.83 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (63) IN, 46 miles

12.43 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Confidence is nothing more than believing in yourself, and believing in yourself is about doing the things you once didn’t believe you could do. You just need a little confidence, so don’t be lazy, get up and start with your workouts to improve your immunity and beat the deadly virus. It is for your benefit. Today did the weekend long run (Indoor) of 20kms in 2:25:27 hrs at a pace of 7:16 min/km. Stay Home, Stay Healthy. Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sat 9)
Time: 2:25:27 Pace: 11:43 / Total Miles 2,333.04 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 41 miles

6.00 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

Got out three times today. Like this habit. Beautiful weather to get out. Eat lunch at a park on the way home. Hardly a soul there. (Fri 8) / Total Miles 3,085.85 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 85 miles

11.36 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Clydesdale having something to eat. (Fri 8) / Total Miles 5,381.47 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 53 miles

3.93 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Very windy yesterday and last night. Large tree branch in Lions Park broke off. (Fri 8)
Time: 46:13 Pace: 11:46 / Total Miles 3,459.63 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 43 miles

2.50 miles in Mountain View and Los Altos (runner profile)

Got out two more times today. Lunch and then my evening outing with Daisy. Keeping it above 30 miles per week since first week in March. (Thu 7) / Total Miles 3,088.35 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 73 miles

13.28 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Jinx is poised to strike atop the Southwestern gym. (Thu 7) / Total Miles 5,370.11 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 26 miles

1.86 miles in Los Altos, Ca (runner profile)

Will be going out a couple more times today but I wanted to share this photo. The light was just perfect this morning. This is one of several of our iris we have growing in our garden. (Thu 7) / Total Miles 3,070.76 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 49 miles

3.70 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Easy walk/jog. (Thu 7)
Time: 1:01:00 Pace: 16:30 / Total Miles 3,455.70 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (63) IN, 34 miles

9.32 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today did 15kms of Indoor aerobic running at a low heart rate of 129 bpm in 2:02:00 hrs. The problem in aerobic running is that the moment you start running fast your HR shoots up. Tried my best to keep it around 125 bpm (my maximum aerobic HR limit) by slowing down constantly @ 8:08 min/km. But once you mould your heart to beat at a slower rate by aerobic training, then even if you run fast, your HR will not shoot up and save you from injury, but it will take a couple of years of slow running to do that. Stay Home, Stay Healthy. Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Thu 7)
Time: 2:02:00 Pace: 13:06 / Total Miles 2,320.61 since 7/4/18
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You certainly are making the best of it. You have covered a lot of ground in your place. Stay and be safe! 5/7 9:03 am
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 30 miles

4.69 miles in Los Altos and Mt View (runner profile)

Got out three times again today. These are all short ones and only about half is running. But I do hit it pretty hard for a mile of this. I seem to be stronger but I won’t know until I run without Daisy or in a race whenever that might be. (Wed 6) / Total Miles 3,075.45 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 60 miles

11.38 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Clydesdales in Winfield (Wed 6) / Total Miles 5,356.83 since 7/4/18
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You do pass by a variety of places! 5/7 9:04 am
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 45 miles

1.45 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

First double workout of the year. (Wed 6)
Time: 27:33 Pace: 19:00 / Total Miles 3,452.00 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 43 miles

3.10 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Cross training in Lions Park with sprinting between stations. (Wed 6)
Time: 33:45 Pace: 10:54 / Total Miles 3,450.55 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 35 miles

4.40 miles in Los Altos and Mountain View (runner profile)

It seems that in this crisis I do the same thing day in and day out. Got out three times and pretty much covered the same ground. The only difference today was I went to Erik’s for take out at lunch. (Tue 5) / Total Miles 3,079.85 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 49 miles

10.78 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Happy cinco de Mayo (Tue 5) / Total Miles 5,345.45 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 40 miles

6.78 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Jog/walk around Lions Park, Frontier Park, and County Club. (Tue 5)
Time: 1:22:00 Pace: 12:06 / Total Miles 3,447.45 since 7/4/18
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Cool photo. I think you posted this before? 5/7 9:04 am
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (63) IN, 24 miles

11.18 miles in Krishna Tower,Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

“Watermelon is Wonderful” Did the morning run of 18kms in 2:15:42 hrs @ 7:32 min/km pace at a HR of 137 bpm. I prefer natural foods instead of supplements for recovery, so after the run enjoying my favourite summer fruit, amazingly sweet, juicy and ripe watermelon. There are a lot of nutritional benefits of watermelon especially for runners, so we should eat it more because it has more than 90 percent water, it is incredibly hydrating. Eating watermelon pre or post run can help you rehydrate. The juicy fruit is also loaded with vitamins A, B6, and C, to boost your immunity. Watermelon juice is rich in the amino acid L-citrulline. Drinking watermelon juice postrun helps to reduce muscle soreness and cramps. It also has potassium and electrolytes, which are critical after a long, hot summer run. Eating Watermelon improves your running performance by increasing your ability to use oxygen efficiently because, like beetroot, it also contains nitric acid, which can improve blood flow and oxygen uptake improving your VO2 Max levels. Post-run carbs are crucial for replenishing glycogen and with 21 grams of carbs per serving, watermelon is great to boost the recovery. So reaching for a refreshing watermelon after your next run is a great way to rehydrate your stores. Stay Home, Stay Healthy. Keep Fit, Keep Running. (Tue 5)
Time: 2:15:42 Pace: 12:08 / Total Miles 2,311.29 since 7/4/18
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I love watermelon! I eat it often. Really good ones in Mexico. 5/7 9:06 am
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 24 miles

4.00 miles in Los Altos and Mt View (runner profile)

Got out three times again today. Glad to get it n the miles, the weather is nice, I like taking Daisy but just don’t like not being able to sit down at a restaurant, watching a movie on the big screen or taking off on an airplane. And the uncertainty of what the new “normal” is going to be is unsettling. Good thing I am a runner.. (Mon 4) / Total Miles 3,068.90 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 38 miles

7.30 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Sunset. (Mon 4) / Total Miles 5,334.67 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US, 83 miles

10.30 miles in Los Gatos/Campbell, ca (runner profile)

Even the cat.. (Mon 4)
Time: 1:23:56 Pace: 8:09 / Total Miles 8,874.83 since 7/4/18
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Good to see you are still getting in mega miles! Everyone safe? 5/7 9:07 am
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 34 miles

2.32 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Recovery day number 2. (Mon 4)
Time: 41:21 Pace: 17:50 / Total Miles 3,440.67 since 7/4/18
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Paul Shimon (73) US, 22 miles

16.91 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Looking down from Southwestern cafeteria (Sun 3) / Total Miles 5,318.72 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 20 miles

1.50 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

Got in another 1.5 miles before dark. Once we got back Catherine had dinner made. Daisy got some wet food she loves. (Sun 3) / Total Miles 3,064.90 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 18 miles

6.60 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Daisy and I did this in two parts. 4.5 miles for the first part and averaged 9:47 for that part even with a 12:08 easy first mile. The second 2.1 mile part was very easy. Beautiful day to be out! (Sun 3)
Time: 1:14:21 Pace: 11:16 / Total Miles 3,063.40 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US, 72 miles

26.60 miles in Los Gatos/Campbell, ca (runner profile)

Hill runs before the masses hit the trails. (Sun 3)
Time: 3:19:12 Pace: 7:30 / Total Miles 8,864.53 since 7/4/18
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The long and lonely road, just the way we like it these days! 5/7 9:08 am
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 31 miles

2.37 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Recovery walk with Bonzer Dog. 🐾🐾🐾 (Sun 3)
Time: 46:12 Pace: 19:30 / Total Miles 3,438.35 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 12 miles

1.50 miles in Los Altos (runner profile)

Got in another 1.5 with Daisy before dark. Then spent the rest of the evening at home. No surprise there, right? The flowers are blooming and Catherine put this together for us. (Sat 2) / Total Miles 3,056.80 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 7 miles

6.60 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Daisy and I ran over to Stanford. First mile was slow (12:12) including a pit stop and then we picked it up. The grass and weeds really need to be attended too at Stanford. I guess they have been off for the last six weeks. But even with this, Stanford is such an amazing campus. (Sat 2)
Time: 1:04:43 Pace: 9:49 / Total Miles 3,047.30 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US, 46 miles

27.34 miles in Los Gatos, Ca (runner profile)

The joy of running.. when starting a run, make sure you turn WiFi mode OFF or you will miss part of your run. (Sat 2)
Time: 3:28:56 Pace: 7:39 / Total Miles 8,837.93 since 7/4/18
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Brent Weigner (70) US, 29 miles

26.57 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

I set two PRs this morning. My first virtual marathon and my first solo marathon. (Sat 2)
Time: 4:58:24 Pace: 11:14 / Total Miles 3,435.98 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (63) IN, 13 miles

13.12 miles in Krishna Tower, Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Today did my weekend long run of 21.1 kms ( HM) in 2:26:32 hrs @ 6:56 min/km pace. The lockdown has been further extended, so still many more days to do the workouts at home. Use exercise or running as a way to relieve stress, feel good, and remove boredom. Boredom often leads to poor food choices, which often lead to low energy and more poor food choices, weight gain and increased inflammation which can weaken the immune system. In contrast, exercise is designed to keep you moving, keep you burning calories, maintaining body weight, and preserving/building muscle tissue,. There are also mental benefits - you get an endorphin rush, relieve stress, and have the satisfaction of knowing you are exercising and doing something positive for your body and brain while you are stuck at home. So Stay Home, Stay Healthy & Stay Fit. (Sat 2)
Time: 2:26:32 Pace: 11:11 / Total Miles 2,300.11 since 7/4/18
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Bob Anderson (72) US, 10 miles

3.50 miles in Los Altos and Mountain View (runner profile)

Got out three times but just got in 3.5 miles today. Catherine always cooks a nice dinner for us. (Fri 1) / Total Miles 3,050.80 since 7/4/18
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James Kalani (54) US, 18 miles

18.36 miles in Los Gatos, Ca (runner profile)

A day off... slept in, now time to do strength training for The Murph Challenge at the end of the month. (Fri 1)
Time: 2:24:37 Pace: 7:53 / Total Miles 8,810.59 since 7/4/18
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