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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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Paul Shimon (73) US, 17 miles

17.16 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Walking for warmups and cool down. (Wed 1) / Total Miles 5,858.85 since 7/4/18
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Never neglect your grip strength! 7/1 10:35 am
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John Henry (65) US

4.05 miles in Livermore, CA (runner profile)

Easy 4 mile run at Sycamore Park before it got too hot and crowded. (Sat 20)
Time: 35:59 Pace: 8:54 / Total Miles 1,729.87 since 7/4/18
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Looks like a great place to run! 6/28 12:19 pm
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

Today is the 5th day of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 10 Kms of MAF aerobic low Heart Rate indoor running at an average HR of 130 bpm. Love today smooth HR graph. Health is the greatest wealth we will ever have. Without our health, our vitality, our best energy, every part of our lives has the opportunity to suffer. Health is about physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being. They are all connected. They are all important. We need to do exercise to keep or body fit and healthy, not just a simple exercise but a “Regular Exercise”. Everybody could do exercise but there are only a few people who could keep up with regular exercise since most of us are lazy to do it. Doing regular exercise could really contribute a lot with regards to our health. This could make us active, relax, and attentive at the same time. We must ask ourselves - is my job more important than my overall wellbeing? Does the money in the bank mean more to me than my long-term health? To conclude, achieving a healthy lifestyle is well within your control if you start the journey with clear goals in mind and the realisation that it is your greatest wealth. An excellent health will enable you live a long life, have high levels of energy and vitality and more importantly live happily and peacefully, every moment. This will be your best return on your Investment. Happiest people in the world are the ones who have Health and Love in their life. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Wed 24)
Time: 1:17:13 Pace: 12:26 / Total Miles 2,541.76 since 7/4/18
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Wow, what a challenge! Good luck! 6/28 12:18 pm
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James Kalani (54) US

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

Day off morning run. Closing in on 10,000 miles! (Thu 25)
Time: 3:16:55 Pace: 7:57 / Total Miles 9,919.38 since 7/4/18
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Glad to see you are still getting in the mega miles. Well done my friend. 6/28 12:18 pm
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.03 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Neighbors bike all dolled up for July 4th. (Sat 27) / Total Miles 5,831.49 since 7/4/18
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Cool photo. Been meaning to write. Message me her address and I will send her a shirt. What size? Sorry for taking so long on this! 6/28 12:16 pm
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

Today is Day 8 of the 31 days “Run to the Moon” challenge. Did 10 Kms of indoor running at a pace of 6:58 min/km in 1:09: 42 hrs. It's the little things that are vital. Little things make big things happen. Do a little workout each day and see the big difference in you. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sat 27)
Time: 1:09:43 Pace: 11:14 / Total Miles 2,560.39 since 7/4/18
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Good job! 6/28 12:15 pm
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.16 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

The coach at my son’s high school arranged for the XC to carry the torch through town. (Fri 19) / Total Miles 5,768.87 since 7/4/18
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Atlanta Olympics 1996 the wood is Peach ! 6/20 3:05 pm
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.16 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Always wear a helmet when bike riding. (Tue 16) / Total Miles 5,748.49 since 7/4/18
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For sure. I wished I had on a helmet a couple of times I took a fall running. 6/16 9:26 pm
Having fun cycling my foot doesn’t hurt and love doing segments. We have 22 mile per hour Kanza winds so I head north. 6/18 12:18 pm
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John Henry (65) US

4.05 miles in Livermore, CA (runner profile)

Early morning run in Sycamore Park - it was already 70 degrees at 8 AM! (Wed 10)
Time: 33:59 Pace: 8:24 / Total Miles 1,661.57 since 7/4/18
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

Many a times we tend to get so caught up in times/paces/distances, both our own and of others, and the comparisons that we forget to just enjoy the thrill, pain and endorphins of a good run. Today I did an indoor slow MAF HR run of 15 kms with a slow time of 1:54:36 hrs at a low Heart Rate of 136 bpm @ 7:38 min/km pace, a pace which would usually look like as a ‘bad,slow’ run. But the enjoyment reminded me not to become so obsessed about racing against the clock or against my own or even others times. By doing so we forget to appreciate the feeling of a strong run and the feeling of freedom and enjoyment. Dream your goals quietly, focus only on yours, don’t lose the love of the run or take yourself too seriously. Strength and determination can be measured in many ways – find what’s important to you. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Wed 10)
Time: 1:54:36 Pace: 12:18 / Total Miles 2,482.13 since 7/4/18
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I just like your wisdom. 6/16 9:23 pm
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James Kalani (54) US

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

Having to modify eating habits that have become less frequent, resulting in less stamina. Trying to get back on track.. and had a little bit of fun commentary on this run! LOL (Sat 13)
Time: 4:09:06 Pace: 11:03 / Total Miles 9,697.40 since 7/4/18
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It is so hard to focus during these times! 6/16 9:23 pm
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

“26 Virtual Rio De Janeiro Half Marathon” Virtual running events are talk of the town nowadays because the regular events might take a long to restart. Yesterday I took part in 26 Virtual Rio De Janeiro Half Marathon, completed it in 2:42:40 hrs @ 7:43 min/km pace. People from all over the world can take part in these virtual runs. But the problem with me is that I am in a Red Zone hence have to run indoors only. In Indoor running you have to put brakes every few seconds for turning which doesn’t allow you to run at a faster pace. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sun 14)
Time: 2:47:40 Pace: 12:51 / Total Miles 2,501.39 since 7/4/18
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Has to be tough not to be able to run outdoors. But you are handling it. Well done! 6/16 9:22 pm
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Bob Anderson (72) US

7.14 miles in Los Altos, Ca (runner profile)

Got out three times. Did our Hilltop course in the morning. Then 4.34 at noon and .55 before dark. (Fri 5) / Total Miles 3,249.62 since 7/4/18
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I know you have to be dying to get back out there, my friend. The time is coming soon. Stay heathy and well. We should do lunch when things return to "normal". 6/7 5:02 pm
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James Kalani (54) US

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

I just felt like running. (Sat 6)
Time: 5:28:21 Pace: 8:38 / Total Miles 9,567.57 since 7/4/18
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Well done my friend. You are Mr Miles! 6/7 1:26 pm
I just felt like running... some beautiful changes are taking place amidst the ugly events as of late... I have renewed faith for mankind. Makes running more joyful to see smiles again. Organized running will be back and stronger than ever! 6/7 4:57 pm
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James Kalani (54) US

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

I just felt like running. Haven't stopped in 2 years. (Sat 30)
Time: 3:58:25 Pace: 9:06 / Total Miles 9,425.25 since 7/4/18
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You are amazing. Your body just loves the miles it appears. 5/31 11:02 am
I'm not going to spin a yarn here.. my body and mind are starting to feel a bit weary with all that is going on in the U.S.. running isn't as much a joy as it once was. Too much head stuff interferes. Conflicted by all the events as of late. 6/1 9:47 pm
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John Henry (65) US

5.07 miles in Livermore, CA (runner profile)

Ran the trails at Sycamore Park in Livermore. Tripped, smashed my shoulder into the ground, got up and ran another 3 miles. Then headed to Urgent Care, x-rays showed nothing was broken, but it still hurts like $@!!. (Thu 28)
Time: 45:58 Pace: 9:04 / Total Miles 1,600.09 since 7/4/18
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So sorry. This is why I mostly run roads these days. Done the fall too many times. But I love the trails! 5/31 11:03 am
Yeah, I forgot rule # 1 "Stay Vertical". 5/31 11:16 am
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Brent Weigner (70) US

6.10 miles in Vedauwoo Springs (runner profile)

Hard mountain trails. (Mon 25)
Time: 1:23:30 Pace: 13:42 / Total Miles 3,584.00 since 7/4/18
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Beautiful spot! 5/31 11:05 am
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Paul Shimon (73) US

11.65 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

I found this key chain while rummaging I’m a dresser. (Mon 25) / Total Miles 5,554.17 since 7/4/18
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Says it all. 5/31 11:05 am
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

Today did 16kms of aerobic indoor running in 2:07:49 hrs @ 7:59 min/km pace and an average low HR of 131 bpm. Tried my best to keep it around 125 but in between it shot up. The most irritating part of aerobic running is that most of the times, you have to put brakes on your speed to be within the Heart rate limit. The moment you take 4-5 fast strides the HR shoots up. But that is the method of this training, to remain within your Maximum Aerobic Heart Rate. We must abide by the laws of nature which gives us plenty of examples like “unless the iron becomes red hot, you cannot mould it, so is this training which is heating our body to get moulded and give us better results once it fully adapts it. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Wed 27)
Time: 2:07:48 Pace: 12:52 / Total Miles 2,419.63 since 7/4/18
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You are nailing it! 5/31 11:04 am
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Brent Weigner (70) US

2.24 miles in Lions Park (runner profile)

First of two workouts today. (Thu 28)
Time: 31:17 Pace: 13:58 / Total Miles 3,594.61 since 7/4/18
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Well said! 5/31 11:04 am
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Paul Shimon (73) US

20.09 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Sporting my virtual half marathon medal and shirt from Prairie Fire half marathon. (Fri 29) / Total Miles 5,583.66 since 7/4/18
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Well done! 5/31 11:02 am
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

To keep the momentum going on, yesterday I did an indoor Half Marathon (21.1 km) to celebrate my birthday. Did it in 2:36:46 hrs @ 7:26 min/km pace. Continue the momentum, Stay Active, Stay Healthy irrespective of circumstances. Stay Home,Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Fri 29)
Time: 2:36:46 Pace: 12:01 / Total Miles 2,432.68 since 7/4/18
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Great way to celebrate a birthday. 5/31 11:01 am
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Brent Weigner (70) US

3.50 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Beautiful morning. 🏃‍♂️ (Fri 22)
Time: 45:37 Pace: 13:02 / Total Miles 3,561.51 since 7/4/18
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Ran one hard mile in 8:32 and one mile warmup and one mile cool down. 5/22 6:34 am
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

Wow! Today did My Longest Indoor Run, Full Marathon 42.2 kms. 42.2 kms in 5:32:40 hrs @ 7:52min/km pace Being a marathon runner I really love running, be it anywhere, never miss my running workouts. During the last two months of lockdown I have been running indoors every alternate day, sometimes 10k, or 15k or 21k and a few times 27k. Last week an indoor run “India United Against Covid-19 Indoor Run 2020” was announced, it is being held today. I saw that there were categories from 3k to 42k, so a thought came to my mind that why not try 42k this time, though it will be difficult for me but I will manage. So I registered for Full Marathon 42k. I think officially I might not get such a chance again in life, so wanted to make it memorable by running a Full Marathon. Now I can proudly say and remember it as my only Indoor Full Marathon having run during the lockdown 2020. Did the Full Marathon after a gap of nearly 10 years. I started running Full Marathon from the inaugural SCMM in 2004. From then onwards for 7 years continuously I ran FM in SCMM but in 2010 I suffered from Cervical Spondylitis and had to remain away from running for 3 yrs. On resuming running I chose Half Marathon so as not to put load on my neck. Running a Full Marathon after a gap of 10 years and that too indoors was a great challenge for me, it was not at all easy, found it difficult after the 30th km, but I love running so I enjoyed it and completed it as a challenge. It was indeed a very different experience. My Garmin Forerunner 225 battery exhausted after the 32nd km after running for 4 hrs, and when I charged it, it restarted so I got two datas, 32km and 10.2 km ( Totalling 42.2 kms in 5:32:40 hrs @ 7:52 min/km pace.) Stay Home, Stay Healthy. Keep Running, Keep Fit. (Sun 17)
Time: 5:32:40 Pace: 12:41 / Total Miles 2,381.04 since 7/4/18
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You are doing it. I just can’t imagine running 26.2 miles inside my house. But you did it. Congrats! I like reading your posts. 5/17 10:56 am
There is no other way out Bob, now the lockdown has been further extended up to 31st May in Mumbai. So another 15 days of indoor running 😩 5/17 9:06 pm
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James Kalani (54) US

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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Paul Shimon (73) US

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

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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James Kalani (54) US

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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James Kalani (54) US

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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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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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Brent Weigner (70) US

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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Paul Shimon (73) US

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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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

6.60 miles in Stanford (runner profile)

Ran over to Stanford again. Four minutes faster today than yesterday. I sure need a hair cut. Beautiful day. Perfect running weather. Ready for a race. Only wear the mask in places like this not running. But I always stay away from people. You too? (Sun 26)
Time: 59:47 Pace: 9:04 / Total Miles 3,023.79 since 7/4/18
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Wow I really need a hair cut! We take so many things for granted. I am going to look like I did back in the hippy days. Not! My hair was black and thick back then but the length is getting there. 4/26 7:39 pm
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

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

Had to cut short my weekend long run to 20 kms because of tomorrow’s “10k Virtual Lockdown Indoor run” Today did 20 kms in 2:28:58 hrs @ 7:27 min/km pace. With my grandson who enjoys my workouts. Stay home, stay safe, stay fit & keep Running. (Sat 25)
Time: 2:28:58 Pace: 12:00 / Total Miles 2,250.89 since 7/4/18
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Always like reading your updates. Stay safe! 4/25 4:35 pm
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Paul Shimon (73) US

8.02 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

These two friends made me wait they then waddled along and finally walked beside me then moved just off the trail so I could pass! (Fri 24) / Total Miles 5,221.93 since 7/4/18
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Love the photo. So great to be able to get photos along the way. Stay safe! 4/25 4:34 pm
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Brent Weigner (70) US

2.78 miles in Cheyenne (runner profile)

Nobody showed up for our Saturday morning run. 😫. No problem. My dog Bonzer is always ready to run. (Sat 28)
Time: 24:40 Pace: 8:53 / Total Miles 3,245.85 since 7/4/18
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Gotta love dogs! And cats too but they can’t run with you. You have bounced back quick! You are such an inspiration. 3/28 10:14 am
Thanks Bob. You helped motivate me with Distance Running News back in the day. 🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️ 3/28 10:36 am
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

13.14 miles in Kandivali (East), Mumbai (runner profile)

Where there is will, there is a way. Half Marathon on my terrace. My last two workouts were on the Western Express Highway Mumbai. Some people, reading my posts, requested me not to go outside on the roads for running. I humbly regard their gestures and thank them for their advice. So today morning I dressed up and climbed one floor to reach my terrace. Could not get good pace due to small place but managed to do 21.1 Kms (Half marathon distance) @ 6:57 min/km pace in 2:26:46 hrs. (Mon 23)
Time: 2:26:46 Pace: 11:11 / Total Miles 2,073.04 since 7/4/18
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That is a lot of miles in such a small space. We do what we have too to conquer this virus. 3/28 10:18 am
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Paul Shimon (73) US

16.46 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Over by Island Park after doing Over the River and Though the Woods course. (Thu 26) / Total Miles 4,945.66 since 7/4/18
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Sounds like a great course. 3/28 10:16 am
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Paul Shimon (73) US

11.31 miles (runner profile)

Very old sign Slow Kids Playing and friend wrote where do the fast kids play? (Fri 27) / Total Miles 4,956.97 since 7/4/18
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You are getting getting in lots of miles. Good to see. 3/28 10:15 am
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James Kalani (54) US

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

Early run.. trails are full so back to the streets that are empty. Better lit in the early morning. (Sat 28)
Time: 3:43:07 Pace: 7:15 / Total Miles 8,174.71 since 7/4/18
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Wow, you continue to get in mega miles. Well done my friend. 3/28 10:13 am
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Kiranpal Singh Dhody (64) IN

6.21 miles in Kandivali Mumbai (runner profile)

Doing household work after 10kms of running as the maids are not allowed due to Corona virus. (Wed 25)
Time: 1:15:27 Pace: 12:09 / Total Miles 2,079.25 since 7/4/18
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Some one has to do the dishes. Love the photo! 3/28 10:12 am
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Brent Weigner (70) US

2.30 miles in Frankfurt, Germany (runner profile)

Airport walk while waiting for my flight to Cairo. ✈️✈️✈️ (Mon 9)
Time: 41:13 Pace: 17:56 / Total Miles 3,158.72 since 7/4/18
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Have not heard from you in a few days. Are you okay? 3/16 10:59 am
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James Kalani (54) US

12.86 miles in Brisbane, Ca (runner profile)

Working...setting up, running, walking, cleaning.. felt GRRRRREAT!! GOOD TIMES ON THE BAY!!! (Sun 8)
Time: 5:00:00 Pace: 23:20 / Total Miles 7,806.88 since 7/4/18
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Thanks so much James and team. We pulled off another one. 3/10 3:31 pm
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Anna Christensen (63) US

6.20 miles in Brisbane, CA (runner profile)

Ran the Marina 10K in Brisbane, CA (Sun 8)
Time: 1:00:08 Pace: 9:42 / Total Miles 609.05 since 7/9/18
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Well done Anna. Always good to see you guys. Good photo. 3/10 3:30 pm
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John Henry (65) US

9.30 miles in Brisbane, CA (runner profile)

Ran the San Francisco Bay Double 15K in Brisbane, CA (Sun 8)
Time: 1:09:59 Pace: 7:32 / Total Miles 1,137.89 since 7/4/18
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Good time John. I need to catch up. Always good to see you! The double is good marathon training. 3/10 3:29 pm
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Michael Anderson (44) US

5.10 miles in Bend (runner profile)

Run with Bear (Tue 25) / Total Miles 2,909.18 since 7/4/18
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We should Bear up for Run The World. He would be our youngest runner. 2/27 1:44 pm
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Dana Anstey (71) US

33.00 miles in Creswell, Oregon (runner profile)

Catching up on recording my miles. Still all walking while doing PT on knee. (Sat 22) / Total Miles 1,417.72 since 8/21/18
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When do you think you will be able to run again? 2/23 9:49 pm
Not sure. I did walk a race yesterday a 5k in 42 minutes with no negative impact on knee that I noticed. Right now sitting at doctor’s office waiting on bone marrow biopsy. If it’s not one thing it’s another with this aging thing 2/24 12:26 pm
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Carmen Gair (35) ZA

13.20 miles in Phalaborwa (runner profile)

Marula Festival Half Marathon (Sat 22)
Time: 2:34:30 Pace: 11:43 / Total Miles 1,363.36 since 8/29/18
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You are almost to 100 miles this month. Congrats! 2/23 4:54 pm
Thanks Bob! Got a marathon coming up this Saturday so will reach the 100 mile mark for the month 💃 2/23 10:22 pm
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Paul Shimon (73) US

10.13 miles in Winfield Kansas (runner profile)

Southwestern Gym and Physical Education building. (Fri 21) / Total Miles 4,534.07 since 7/4/18
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Cool buildings! 2/23 9:49 pm
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