Thursday, May 27, 2010

Ogden Marathon Race Report

Hey friends, I have generally become a slacker in the blogging world, but still have a place in my heart for the Marathon Mommies and even though I haven't posted here much, I do like to check in!

It was wonderful to see Kelly at the half way mark of the race (love ya, Kel). And congrats to Kristyn for being a marathoner! You rock, girl!

I thought I'd post a link to my Ogden Marathon race report because I'm pretty sure that other runners are the only people that care about things like "race reports" : - D

So, here is the link:

Ogden 2010

Hope everyone has a great Memorial Day weekend!

6 comments:

Nikkei said...

Congrats on the BQ!!!

Cal said...

That is a awesome race report...Congratulations!!!!

Kelly(M&M) said...

That was one of my favorite moments- seeing you at the halfway mark knowing you were on your way to your dream!! I am so proud of you, Chelle! You are an inspiration to us all. (And you looked incredible!! Just got my Racing Weight book in the mail- hee hee!) Love ya!!! Loved the report!

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