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April 20, 2010

Boston Marathon 2010: Race Report

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Warning: Very long. Like beyond normal long.  Haha.  But I’m trying to type a lot of this up Monday night.  My eyes are bleary (so sorry for any typing / grammatical stuff — although correct it as it’s going as a race report link!), 24 is almost on but I want to get lots of this out while it’s still fresh.  And clearly I have a lot to say. Like always 🙂

BUT thanks for all your support.  I really feel like you guys have my back, have felt my pain and felt my good times too. Y’all are awesome! It was so amazing reading your comments here, FB messages, RWOL comments and emails.  Granted I read all of them post race but I felt so loved and cared for!

So many emotions going through me right now.

And somewhat surprisingly disappointment isn’t the first.

Sheer happiness and exuberance is. I don’t think I’ve smiled or had as much fun as I did today. Seriously.  I was smiling the whole damn 26.2 miles. No joke.

But let me back up and make you read my report before you see how I did.  Although I know many of you from other networking sites so you likely already know. Especially since there were many who decided to let it out how I did before me. Jerks.  Can’t be too mad though because it just means everyone was excited 😉

And sorry for the lack of pictures.  I think I set the bar too high after my expo post.

Last night was pure hell.  Mentally I was playing games with myself.  Not that I didn’t train hard enough (obviously that wasn’t the case given my monster monthS) but that I trained too hard.  My doctor and I have concluded that I am WAY overtrained and that along with the culmination of my shin splints (an obvious overuse thing given how late they cropped up) made me worry.  And I’m not going to lie, as I was packing my stuff and laying out my race outfit I was thinking that I really shouldn’t even run. For real.  Those thoughts crossed my mind.

But they were just fears and there was no way I was NOT going to run. So I set my alarm for 0514, ate some saltines, hopped into a hot shower to shave then hopped into bed at 2200.  Later than I would have liked (I wanted time off my feet), but even then I had to read for 45 minutes or so before I was anywhere near ready to nod off.

The 6 or so hours that I was asleep passed uneventfully.  A good thing unlike a week ago when I had a dream that the ax was coming down from my doctor and I had to pull out.

I pretty much jumped out of bed and set about getting stuff 100% ready to leave. And I also committed a racing sin: I tried something new on race day.  Actually a few things food-wise but this was number one: I ate a *slightly* different breakfast.  I wasn’t worried though because, although my stomach is finicky, it’s mostly annoyed with timing rather than the type of food.  So as long as I finished eating ~2 hours before the start I knew I was good.  Plus my bowels have been wicked regular lately thanks to a hefty dose of antibiotics.  Oops if TMI there.

Unlike many runners I was lucky to get mi madre to drive me to Hopkington. I live ~40 minutes away from it so it made more sense than traveling into the city only to travel out of it. We needed to leave by 0615 in order to make sure she got out of the town before the roads got shut down.

Oh and I made a pre-Boston mix.  I made it a bit on the long side but these are the songs that I listened to on the drive:

  • Walk This Way. Aerosmith
  • I Got A Feeling. Black Eyed Peas
  • Mr. Policeman. Brad Paisely
  • Crazy Bitch. Buckeye Cherry
  • Crazy Dreams. Carrie Underwood
  • Rocky Road to Dublin. Dropkick Murphys
  • Crazy Town. Jason Aldean
  • Tik Tok. Ke$ha
  • Bad Romance. Lady Gaga
  • Electric Feel. MGMT

And as I left the comfort of my mom’s car I was signing that last one.  Which I am obsessed with at the moment so it was a good thing.

I didn’t bring my camera with me (too paranoid about me losing it) so I don’t have any pictures of the Athlete’s village.  Nor did I think to bring any magazines seeing as how I got there so early.  But it was okay.  Time actually passed pretty quickly.  Surprising given how cold I was.  I was very happy I layered up! Note on the weather: ~42* at the start.  ~58* at the finish. Slight tail-wind.  Partly cloudy.  Couldn’t have asked for better weather.

Around 0930 Alison and Donna, whom I know from RW, showed up and we hung out (mostly in the bathroom lines ha!) until race time.  It was awesome to meet them after so much chatting on RW!

Around 1015 we headed to the start (I was in wave 2 with the 1030 start).  I decided to jump back a corral to hang with Alison.  It’s chip timing so I wasn’t worried about my time and both of us were nursing injuries and planned to start out conservatively. And I remember joking around how the elite women were likely halfway by then HA.

The first mile was 8:45 which is faster than I went out last year in Providence.  But no pain from the shins and I was feeling good.  Mile 2 was about 8:10 which felt good but I knew that it was downhill.  At this point Alison and I parted ways and I tried to soak up the experience. I still wasn’t sure what I could expect from myself but I knew that I needed to actually race like I wrote yesterday.

Miles 1-10 were about the same.  Just trying to lock in a solid pace that would put me in a good position to stay strong throughout.  There were the typical early mile doubts of whether I could do it.  Nothing to make me seriously consider pulling out or anything.  But knowing you have so much left isn’t comforting.  At all. I don’t have the splits but I did check my watch after every mile which isn’t something I normally do.  I know I passed mile 10 in 1:23.xx.  Right on tap to BQ again. Which was a pleasant thought.

Around the halfway point I passed through Wellesley.  And man, everything they say about those girls is right.  It was AWESOME to have them SCREAMING at you.  And to read some of their signs was hilarious.  All variations on the same theme “Kiss Me I’m…” My favorite? “Kiss me I’m not going to tell your wife”

So they gave me a boost.  And knowing you’re halfway there is a boost in and of itself.  My split at the half? Roughly 1:48.  Slightly under BQ pace.  Excellent.

Post-Wellesley I don’t remember much until Newton. Until mile 17. And the only reason that sticks out is because Powerbar was giving out gels. I don’t do gels but it was a reminder to take a small Larabar for fuel.  I wasn’t sure if I needed it but it was late in the game and figured an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  The flavor I had was Lemon Zest.  And it tasted pretty good.

And yes, this was food mistake two.  I trained pretty improperly but never taking in fuel or water during any of my training runs.  But granola-like substances have always been good to my stomach so when I packed them I wasn’t worried.

Then came Newton.  Apparently there are 4 of them that start at mile 18 and culminate with Heartbreak at mile 21.  I honestly didn’t notice the first one until the guy next to me said “One down 3 to go”.  The next one wasn’t really a hill in my eyes, at least the uphill.  The downhill was rough.  I blame it on the lack of hills in my area and relying on the TM for ’em.  No downhills on that sucker.  The third was a bit tougher but it was the Comm Ave hill that I ran with Lacey back in January. Which was cool that I’d already done it.  Even Heartbreak wasn’t that bad.  There was a guy with a mike up at the top celebrating all of us for getting to the top which was cool.  (And Lacey: bummer you missed me! And that I missed you! I was so looking forward from miles 15-20 to seeing you and having you help pace me.)

And he telling us that the rest (~5.2) was all downhill from there.  Lies.  Because any slight incline was agony to me.  Not any type of sharp pain but the aches that come with running 21 miles and running them hard.  I don’t have mile splits for these guys but glancing at the mile clocks was telling me that I was around 8:00-8:30 pace.   And I know that at mile 20 my time was 2:45.xx.  Which made me happy.  Sure I pretty much knew that my “A” goal was unattainable but I was fairly confident that if I could hold pace or slightly increase then a PR was possible.

But those last 5.2 miles were agony.  I took a Peanut Butter Cookie LaraBar around mile 23 and just gutted it out.  I have no idea if I slowed down / by how much but the effort to keep going was so great.  My hips were starting to get really sore and it became a mental game of “just get to the next mile” and “only X left. You’ve done this before and it was only a fraction of a typical run”.

I don’t really know what mile you see the Citgo sign but anyone who tells you that it’s a sign from God is lying.  Maybe it’s because I’m not familiar with the Boston course but it was like it was taunting me. But the crowd support in Boston rocks (for the entire course too) and that was a boost.  I definitely received a bunch of high-5s.  And I could tell that the party had definitely been going on for awhile with some of those college students ha!

Eventually there was a marker that said one mile left and I tried to turn up the heat.  Although I didn’t increase my speed much (if at all) I definitely didn’t lose any.  I just went for it.  At this point a PR was a legit possibility even though 3:29.59 was out of the question.

As I turned onto Boylston Street (and could actually see the finish at this point!!)  my dad (whom I hadn’t seen) starts BELLOWING my name.  LOVE IT.  Although I didn’t love the fact I almost took a spill trying to turn my head and wave.  But it was awesome to see him and have that lift to gut out the last few hundred meters.

Because my friends (the 3 out of a billion who said they were going to show up) and my mom and sibs missed me.  They were all standing on Boylston near the end and MISSED me.  Haha.  My mom was really worried that my shins were acting up and when I called them after getting my bag my sister was like “uhhhhh you’re done?” hahaha.

But the finish!  I pushed so. freaking. hard.  I didn’t look at my watch.  Just focused on the crossing that line and throwing my hands up for the camera.  Hopefully a good ass picture comes out of it because my mom sure as heck didn’t get one 😉

I knew based on the clock time that I BQ’d again.  And according to my watch I PR’d.  But I didn’t know by how much until I got home.  And the result is


Holler atcha girl 🙂

And from the website here are the 5k splits if you’re into that

  • 5k        26.17
  • 10k     52.21
  • 15k    1:17.53
  • 20k   1:43.40
  • Half   1:49.11
  • 25k    2:08.45
  • 30k    2:34.20
  • 35k    2:59.52
  • 40k    3:24.48
  • DONE 3:35.53

Pace: 8:14

Overall place: 8512 (no idea out of how many)
Gender: 1957
AG:  1459

I haven’t run the 5k splits all the way but it looks like negative splits.  My MO.  And I like it 🙂

Post race my legs were shaky.  I found the medic tent and got both shins wrapped in ice.  Down a full water bottle (food/fuel mistake 3: no water all 26.2 miles.  Going to have a WICKED dehydration hangover tomorrow!).  Got wrapped in a mylar blanket.  Grabbed my post-race goodies.  And headed to the buses to get my checked back.

I so needed to keep moving.  Standing still was not an option as much as it sounded to attractive.  Unfortunately I had to stand still in the bus line.  And I started to get woozy.  Luckily I was able to avoid hitting the pavement but I was seeing starts for a minute.  Totally rectified after I got some carbs into me.

I found my mom and sibs and chowed down a bit.  We needed to catch a train back home so we couldn’t stay long and I almost missed seeing some of my friends who were looking for me.  They were troopers and walked us to the T so we could chat and they made me a wicked cool picture:

We made it back to the house really easily although I did NOT want to sit down on the train.  But the conductor made me.  Blah.  Once we got home my mom made my favorite meal and then we all went out for ice cream.  When I walked into the house though I saw this:

Plus I decided to skip my 0830 class tomorrow so I could sleep in Tuesday / not have to drive back to school Monday night.  I emailed both the TA (who teaches Tuesdays) and she was cool with it as long as I checked with my professor who was also cool with it saying it was a “special exception”.  So yay 🙂

AND I’m getting a short blurb in my local newspaper 🙂

So a pretty freaking awesome day.  And as I type this it’s late Monday night and I have yet to take off my medal OR the jacket.

And I’ll leave you with the one picture that my mom did take post race


  1. Holy crap you rocked it! Way to go! 3:35 is just AWESOME! I was watching the updates and reports from the race yesterday morning- it looked like so much fun! Very excited for you!!!

    Comment by Amy @ Second City Randomness — April 20, 2010 @ 09:08

  2. congrats girl!! that is so awesome!

    Comment by Larissa — April 20, 2010 @ 09:23

  3. That’s great. AWESOME JOB!

    Comment by Kim — April 20, 2010 @ 09:42

  4. I can’t imagine how deep you had to dig, but this is such an inspiring report. Overtrained or not, your love for running is so clear. I hope you’re entirely proud of yourself – I know I am! And I’m certain you’ll use what you’ve learned in this training cycle to make your next endeavors that much more kickass.
    p.s. – I frickin’ hate it when bystanders or even other runners tell me “Only XX more to go” or “It’s all easy from here!” because they are invariably wrong. Dude. I will tell you when it’s easy. It’s when I stop running. And half a mile? Not “almost.”

    Comment by sarah — April 20, 2010 @ 09:48

  5. obstacles and barriers be damned because you ran them over 🙂 and FAST 🙂 you did awesome. i can’t believe i didn’t see you?!?! i was standing right on the side of the road like NEXT to the runners!!!!!!!! i was scanning like a mo-fo. lol. but while i did see 2 people i know, i also did NOT see the other person i was looking for (from my hometown) but i KNOW i was standing out there early enough. oh well… it was definitely packed at times with runners so i guess that’s just what happens. i am glad that we at least ran that part of the course together before you raced it, always a little morale boost 🙂

    LOVE those 2 pics of you at the end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! priceless!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and yay dad for seeing you and cheering you on !!! you know, you were prolly just running by the rest of us too fast 🙂 🙂 CELEBRATION TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Lacey — April 20, 2010 @ 09:50

  6. Great race! You put in all the hard work and it definitely paid off! I knew a girl at Montana who ran last year, she wore her jacket for like a week after 🙂

    Comment by Nick — April 20, 2010 @ 09:59

  7. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!! You totally rocked it like I knew you would! What an amazing experience 🙂 I would probably sleep in that jacket if I ever got one haaha.

    Comment by Heather @ Side of Sneakers — April 20, 2010 @ 10:29

  8. congratulations!!! what an amazing race!

    Comment by Sarah — April 20, 2010 @ 10:52

  9. Awesome, awesome race report. Congrats on an amazing race!

    Comment by hogeruns — April 20, 2010 @ 10:53

  10. CONGRATS girl!!!!! after all that you got your PR and your BQ AT BOSTON! So amazing 🙂 I bet you are on cloud 9 right now and I hope you stay there! I would be sporting that medal and jacket for a loooong time. now recover well and get those shins healed up – you got your reward!

    Comment by aron — April 20, 2010 @ 10:57

  11. Well done! I have some much respect for anyone who does marathons, totally amazing x

    Comment by Angel31@keepingslimandgettingstylish — April 20, 2010 @ 11:03

  12. Well done Karyn, that’s a fabulous performance with all you have had to contend with. Lots of learning points too for the future but not for now – relax and celebrate! I’m sure I saw you on corner Boylston/Hereford and you were looking all around, must have been for your Dad. Again, well done. You’re an inspiration to many.

    Comment by Ian — April 20, 2010 @ 11:25

  13. Congrats, MM!!!!! I’m so very happy for you!

    Comment by EarlyRunner — April 20, 2010 @ 11:28

  14. Ooh, I have tingly feelings from reading that! You are a superstar! 😀

    Comment by marathonmummy — April 20, 2010 @ 11:49

  15. Yayyy! Awesome job! I can never write a race report the day of a marathon, so way to go for that too!

    Comment by Jess — April 20, 2010 @ 12:33

  16. Outstanding race and report! Turning the corner at Boylston Street is the absolute best! And how cool to hear your dad call out your name.

    Congrats! Now take the time to rest and heal those injuries.

    Comment by Mark aka TBM — April 20, 2010 @ 12:34

  17. wooo karyn!!! you kicked ass out there!!! how much fun did you have? I was smiling the whole time too. It was simply an amazing experience. I love the picture of you after the race that your mom took…perfect!

    Comment by Mary (Food Fit & Fun) — April 20, 2010 @ 12:51

  18. CONGRATS on a fantastic race! you ran SMART girl, and you owned that course! i am jealous of the fun haha. 😛 oh and i totally agree the citgo sign is NOT as exciting when you can see it from 3 miles out!

    Comment by HurdlingHam — April 20, 2010 @ 13:57

  19. CONGRATULATIONS!! You are my hero! I loved reading your race report! You did awesome!
    I was looking for you but I bet you ran by too fast for me!
    Sorry for all the exclamation points haha.. just so proud, I feel like I went through this with you : )

    Comment by BostonRunner — April 20, 2010 @ 14:32

  20. Nice race recap and awesome job! Funny story- I saw you at the finish! I was walking back from the buses with my friend, and I saw you and recognized you walking toward the buses from the finish. I looked down and saw shins wrapped in ice and did a double take of your face and was sure it was you but I didn’t want to be a creeper if I was wrong. Once I read your recap and you said both shins were wrapped in ice I’m pretty positive that it was you for sure! Boo for not meetin!

    Anyway, congrats on all levels- surviving your crazy training, mental and physical battles/injuries, negative splits and a great Boston! You only have things to be proud of!

    So what are your plans now 😉 ……………???

    Comment by tmart — April 20, 2010 @ 15:08

  21. Congratulations, what a great read! Very inspiring and honest.

    Comment by Katerina — April 20, 2010 @ 15:36

  22. Ah I was eagerly awaiting your report! I’m so happy for you! Despite all the late-in-the-game obstacles thrown in your way, you managed to really buck up and run a great race and that’s incredible! Congrats on PRing AT BOSTON of all places. Clearly all the hard work paid off. Now take a much deserved and hard-earned bit of rest 🙂

    Comment by runningmanz — April 20, 2010 @ 15:39

  23. Ah I was eagerly awaiting your race report. First off, CONGRATS! This is a hella impressive race you ran, despite all the late in the training cycle obstacles you had to deal with you managed to PR AT BOSTON. That’s impressive no matter what. You ought to be incredibly proud of yourself. And it’s good that you even managed to learn a few new things during the race that you can put to use whenever the marathon bug strikes again. Enjoy your hard-earned and well-deserved post marathon bit of a break 🙂

    Comment by runningmanz — April 20, 2010 @ 15:44

  24. This is fantastic!! Loved the race report and the pics – you look great! And that is a fabulous time – I am so impressed!!! I’d sleep with that medal on if I were you;)

    Comment by charlotte — April 20, 2010 @ 16:51

  25. Awesome job! I’m glad you were able to enjoy Boston and be a part of something amazing!

    Comment by Jenny — April 20, 2010 @ 16:52

  26. Hey gorgeous ROCKSTAR!!!
    I am soooooooo proud of you! You did spectacular sista! I am so excited about your PR and requalification! 😉
    -ready for 10k racing time with Lizzy??
    🙂 I hope u r having a stellar tuesday love-bug!!

    Comment by lizzyj1305 — April 20, 2010 @ 16:56

  27. You. Are. Amazing. Congratulations girl, you did beyond incredibly well!!! You are one speeeeedy chica:) Congrats again, I’m SO proud of you!!!

    Comment by Ada — April 20, 2010 @ 17:09

  28. Karyn,
    I honestly just teared up at your RR. I am so incredibly proud of you!!!!!! Your blog is so special b/c you really let peoplee “in” to know you. You trained like a maniac, then executed *YOUR* race yesterday. Wowzers, awesome job! I hope you’ll take this time to rest in the light of your big accomplishment. You’ve achieved soooooo much…

    Comment by Rebecca — April 20, 2010 @ 17:59

  29. oh i loved every word of this — and the HAPPY pic at the end!!! congrats, you WAAAAYYY deserved it! i hope to someday run that race . . . someday!

    Comment by sarah (the SHU box) — April 20, 2010 @ 18:54

  30. Congratulations!! So proud of you, girly. Love the photos, too!

    Comment by Flo — April 20, 2010 @ 21:37

  31. I’ll have to read the full re-cap later…but OMG. 3:35 is INSANE. I need lessons from you!!!!!!! Congrats!!!! You rocked it.

    Comment by pinkcowgirl — April 20, 2010 @ 22:17

  32. YAYYYY!! Karyn! You go, girl! You must be so elated…and to “see” that you are smiling puts such joy in my heart! Wheee!

    Comment by sophia — April 20, 2010 @ 22:25

  33. …been stalking your blog for a while now 🙂 and have never commented… BUT, i just wanted to say GREAT JOB! and congratulations on your awesome achievement! i got tears in my eyes reading this entry! you have soooo inspired me!

    Comment by Kristy — April 20, 2010 @ 22:37

  34. YOU LOOK GREAT IN THAT JACKET!!! Again congratulations. You should tremendous courage throughout! Rest well. You deserve it.

    Comment by a marathoner — April 20, 2010 @ 22:55

  35. YOU LOOK GREAT IN THAT JACKET!!! Again congratulations. You showed tremendous courage throughout! Rest well. You deserve it.

    Comment by a marathoner — April 20, 2010 @ 22:55

  36. Ooh, congrats! It is awesome you did so well despite all of your pre-race injury concerns! BQ’ing at Boston is a real accomplishment! Congrats to you on that. A fun report to read too! very nice.

    Comment by The Laminator — April 21, 2010 @ 00:26

  37. CONGRATULATIONS!! You are such a freakin rockstar! Seriously, I loved every word of this post and am so so glad you had a great time. You can always hit 3:30 next year! 🙂

    Comment by runningfiance — April 21, 2010 @ 10:04

  38. Awesome performance and just as awesome RR!! I can “hear” your excitement as I read it! Very cool that your mom is local and could drop you at the start. And you look mah-veh-lous in that jacket and medal!

    Comment by lit chick — April 21, 2010 @ 14:15

  39. CONGRATULATIONS!! You did so well! I loved reading this post 🙂 I’m proud of you! Well done!

    re my blog, yes skipping is like jump rope! Soo boring haha

    Comment by Laura — April 21, 2010 @ 14:22

  40. Congrats! Awesome job! A PR like that, especially on such a tough course, is definitely something to be proud of.

    Comment by Alex — April 21, 2010 @ 14:39

  41. Rock the house sista! Congrats on a wickedly awesome race! So so happy for you, although not at all surprised. You look beautiful with your bling. Nicely done!

    Comment by teamarcia — April 21, 2010 @ 17:22

  42. Wow oh wow I bow to your AMAZING time!! Such a great report.. Love that you had the support at the finish and LAUGHING to ther Wellsley girls sign..

    Comment by Mel- Tall Mom on the Run — April 22, 2010 @ 11:08

  43. I am just now getting to blogs after returning yesterday. Wow, girlie…what an amazing time – I am SOO very happy and very proud of your aweome accomplishment! I know you’re beaming on cloud nine right now, and rightfully so! Celebrate your victory, you totally deserved it!!! Huge hugs to you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Comment by Jill — April 22, 2010 @ 21:25

  44. Congrats Karyn! I knew you could do it! You are a great runner and I am so happy for you! Hope your body is recovering nicely!!

    Comment by J — April 22, 2010 @ 21:40

  45. Wow–what a great race!! I knew you had it in you. I’m impressed by how well you overcame adversity, especially towards the end of training to pull off such an amazing performance. Qualifying for next year’s Boston, a PR, and negative splits–AWESOME!! And I know that all of the miles you logged this cycle will reap benefits in future races.

    I’m sorry I didn’t get a chance to meet you this past weekend. Hopefully we can arrange a small FE the next time I’m in the Boston area; maybe you, me, and TBM, as well as any others from the New England area.

    Again, congratulations!!

    Comment by The Puerto Rican Kenyan — April 23, 2010 @ 08:26

  46. Congrats on the PR and re-BQ’ing (is that a word?). Those last four miles were tough, but that last stretch on Boylston makes it all worth while!

    Comment by luau — April 23, 2010 @ 10:37

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  48. Just read kicked ass! Congrats on the PR hope you’re feeling recovered now that a week’s passed.

    Comment by Robyn — April 26, 2010 @ 15:38

  49. Congrats all the way! Fantastic run! Hope you enjoyed every bit of the experience!

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