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Races

Previous Races:

Merrell Healthy Trail Run & Hike, Hong Kong (March 14, 2010)
13K- 1:44:41--2nd place Women 16-29

X-Trail Tai Lam Trail Run, Hong Kong (Nov 14, 2010)
11K-1:36:35--3rd Place Women's 20-29






Scenic City Trail Half Marathon, Chattanooga, TN (May 21, 2011)
2:18:51--59th of 121 women


Memorial Day 5k, Fairmount, GA (May 30th 2011)
27:10--3rd Overall Woman, 1st in Age Division



Eton 4-Miler, Eton, GA (September 24th, 2011)
34:17--4th Woman Overall, 1st in Age Division


Dalton Red Carpet Half Marathon (October 15th, 2011)
2:01:05 - 3rd in my age group, 37th woman out of 170




Chickamauga Battlefield Marathon, GA (November 12, 2011)
4:36:32 - 10:33 average mile pace


Grizzly Trail 5k Run, Dalton, GA (June 9th, 2012)
28:02 - 9:02 pace, 4th in age group, 11th women overall out of 64


Nashville Women's Half-Marathon (September 2012)
1:55:39 -8:49 pace, 192 out of 2,900 runners



StumpJump 50k, Chattanooga, TN (October 2012)
7:29:16- 14:27 pace, 41 out of 90 women runners



Chickamauga Battlefield Marathon (November 10, 2012)
4:05:28 - 9:22 pace



UPCOMING RACES:

Myrtle Beach Marathon - February 2013
Delano Park 12 Hour - March 2013
Scenic City Trail Marathon - May 2013

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