Tag Archives: Rochester Marathon

Semper Currens XV: App-etite for Instruction

Week Fourteen Training Wrap-Up Another successful week is in the books. The twelve-mile interval run on Tuesday yielded six mile splits under 8:10, while the ten-mile run on Thursday was completed at a fast 7:56 pace, making me feel cautiously … Continue reading

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Semper Currens XIV: DC Gets Closer, While Boston Moves Further Away

Week Thirteen Training Wrap-Up I made it! Not only did I get through the hardest week of the program, but by switching up my 16-mile long run to 20 miles, I ran 61 miles–the most I have ever run in … Continue reading

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Semper Currens XIII: The Andy Wheatcroft Blog

Week Twelve Training Wrap-Up After a rest day on Monday to recover from the Rochester Half, it was back to business. And business was good! The gorgeous weather inspired me to some strong midweek runs, while a nine-mile run on … Continue reading

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Semper Currens XII: Roc’ing and Rolling

Week Eleven Training Wrap-Up Despite the craziness, the first part of the week went better than I had anticipated. An unexpected, yet lovely, eight-mile run on the Schuylkill River TrailĀ in Philadelphia while waiting for Tessa to be discharged from hospital … Continue reading

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Semper Currens XI: Secrets of the Fanny Pack

Week Ten Training Wrap-Up This week, the weather in Syracuse was officially declared a heatwave, and the effect it had on my running was predictable. Monday’s gentle 7 miler turned into a grueling endurance test; Tuesday’s tempo run, on the … Continue reading

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Humblebrags and Future Plans

My 2013 running season was so unbelievably successful that I am already worried that this year will be a let down. It is certainly going to be hard to repeat last year’s achievements. So if you’ll indulge me for a … Continue reading

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Rolling on to the Roc, Part 2: Once More Around the Lake

Just 6 days after the Boilermaker, I logged my 1,000th mile of the year–a milestone that took me exactly a year to achieve in 2012 took me less than 8 months this time around. I was already on the second … Continue reading

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Rolling on to the Roc, Part 1: Another Boilermaker Sunday

It’s the end of November and the central New York weather has begun its descent into winter. This week, we have seen blasts of lake effect snow coming of Lake Ontario and temperatures dipping into the teens and 20s.

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