11/23/17 -- 24:08 - Electric City

10/21/17 -- 26:05 - Lake Russell

10/21/17 -- 25:39 - Hyco Memorial

09/09/17 -- 24:18 - Chattahoochee

09/04/17 -- 25:50 - SENECA 3.21

08/12/17 -- 25:18 - Longhorn 5K

07/29/17 -- 25:38 - Doodle Trail

05/20/17 -- 26:09 - MOUNTAIN LAUREL

05/13/17 -- 25:42 - RUN FOR THE CHILDREN

05/06/17 -- 24:44 - Hartwell Dam

03/18/17 -- 24:29 - Race the Rainbow

02/25/17 -- 24:14 - Ram's Run

02/04/17 -- 24:50 - Run Your Ice Off

12/10/16 -- 24:35 - Dream Center

12/03/16 -- 24:09 - Reindeer

11/19/16 -- 25:41 - Townville

07/09/16 -- 24:21 - Peach

07/04/16 -- 23:56 - Fire Cracker

06/18/16 -- 23:54 - Cat's Cradle

06/04/16 -- 23:46 - Dave's Run

05/07/16 -- 29:22 - Hartwell

04/16.16 -- 22:51 - Raider Race

03/19/16 -- 24:09 - Be Prepared


 

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07/05/2016

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Roarshack

Bill, you are doing exceptional with so short a return to running.

Jim Keiser

Hey, glad you got my post yesterday. I hope you are still running. The latest post I could find is this one from July.

Your times are just amazing. I'm 61 and pray that I'll get there. 17 years ago I could run 7 minute miles forever and even broke 60 minutes for 10 miles. In my latest comeback, stated in August, my best is just under 10 minutes for the last of a 3 mile run. 10 miles at just over 12 minutes is my best long run.

My next target is under 30 minutes for 5K. Very confident, but fell on my all fours yesterday and am nursing minor injuries, mainly to my pride.I've found that 3 to 4 runs a week is best to avoid all the injuries. Have doubled my weekly mileage to 20 (weak I know, but long road ahead).

I hope you will keep going as you are inspiring to me, but if I had any advice I would say to think harder about taking recovery days, at least 2 per week. Keeps the injuries down and promotes improvement. In any case, keep posting and running and I hope to stay in touch.

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