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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Boston Marathon Race Recap

The Boston Marathon is by far the most amazing running/race I have ever experienced! I woke up at 5:30am after a wonderful 8 hours of sleep, so glad the jet lag did not get to me. I had a full breakfast because the race did not start until 10am. I ate oatmeal,pb, and a banana with a big cup of coffee. After the breakfast I got all suited up and headed out to the Bus stop. I had planned on bringing my phone to take a ton of pictures but of course I left it in the CAR!!! Oh well I still have the photos in my little head.

I can not believe how organized this race is. They had water, food, blankets, gloves, tattoos(rub on), and more at the starting line. Thankfully it was not raining so we could walk around and keep our body's warm. I met a lady named Julie Kennedy who had so many stories to tell me about her racing experiences! She has done NYC,Chicago,DC, you name it. I love meeting new runners at races and becoming great friends so fast.

I was in the first corral to leave along with 15,000 others. The anticipation at the starting line was unreal, I couldn't wait for them to just say GOOOO!

Miles 1-5

The first five miles were amazing, besides the fact that I had to take a potty break! I guess that coffee went right through me. I made it quick and got right back on track. The race starts out slow, because you are dodging hundreds of people, but it didn’t matter because there were so many spectators that I was being entertained through the slowness. Well I wasn't running as slow as I thought, when I looked down at my Garmin my pace was 7:30 I KNEW I needed to SLOW DOWN. My 5k time was 25:23, which is about an 8 minute mile so that was good.

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Miles 6-10

My 10k time was 49:24. At mile 6 a girl approached me and asked me if I was Bobbi from NHerShoes? I of course said yes, she said she had recognized my shirt from my blog!!!! Her name was Jenny, I think she is a reader maybe even a blogger, if you are out their girl let me know???? She wished me luck and went on her way. I had so many wonderful people come up to me and wish me happy birthday and even SANG to me!!! WOW I couldn't have asked for a better birthday present!I looked for Lacey,  thought she was at mile 6 handing out water but I never saw her. My pace was ok, but I could tell I was still running a little too fast, it was hard not to when everyone was flying by you!!! People don’t walk in this marathon, they sprint! I loved the lound and spirited crowds, they had music and bells and they NEVER STOPPED cheering!!!! I barely even had my Ipod on.

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 Miles 10-15

My half marathon time was 1:44:37 ( my fastest half marathon ever)which was great, but I knew if I didn’t slow down I was not going to make it. The race up until this point was a lot more down hill then I thought, and my IT band started to burn. I was taking my gels, and drinking my Heed but my stomach felt a little queasy. I kept telling myself this is just a LONG RUN, and I have done way more miles then this. At the half way mark it started becoming mental, even with all the cheering I had to stay focused. I decided that I was going to sow my pace down and ENJOY THE RACE, otherwise I would burn out.

Miles 15-20 THE HILLS!!!!

Whoever said that HEARTBREAK HILL was one hill, lied! Its SEVERAL!!! They were nothing that I couldn’t handle, but they just kept coming. I would get over one hill, and then before I knew it their was another, I am not even sure which one was Heartbreak Hill, I just know that they were killer and I pushed through them all!!! I glanced down at my garmin and my pace had dropped I was now running 9 minute miles, but I knew that I was fine because the hills were slowing me down. I wanted to take it all in, I seriously never listened to my music and just listened to all the students scream at BOSTON COLLEGE. I have never seen soooo many people out like this to cheer runners on. I was giving people high fives, and at mile 18 I grabbed an orange from a little kid just to give him the satisfaction of helping out! boston09 059

Miles 20-24

At mile 21 I hit a wall, I was starting to cramp up and became so discouraged when everyone was speeding by me. I told myself this is the FLIPPIN BOSTON MARATHON, you have trained for months, for years! I told myself, “this is your race, not all the other peoples!”. It was becoming a mental game, yes my body hurt but I could push through the pain, and then something AMAZING happened. I saw my Hubby POP OUT of the crowd and he started running with me. He wanted to give me another bottle of Heed, and I asked him to run with me for a bit, I needed HIM! This seriously was the best part of the race for me! Hubby was telling me “Good Job Babe, you see all these people they are cheering for you!” He stayed right by me and kept encouraging me, I took a moment to look at the crowd and started to get overwhelmed in a good way. I can’t believe I got to run 3 miles of the Boston Marathon with my AMAZING,KIND,ENCOURAGING Husband!!!! He seriously was the reason I made it to the finish line. He left me at mile 25 and said finish strong BABE!

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THE FINISH LINE

Hubby left me and I started picking up my pace, when I saw the 1 more mile sign I got tears in my eyes. I became a part of one of the most amazing events in running history, I was not just running the Boston Marathon, I was breathing it in! The crowd at the finish line was like being at Time Square on NEW YEARS EVE!!! I threw my fist up and they cheered louder, they were yelling, “ you're doing great, your finishing, just run!”. I did just that, I sprinted hard and finished with arms up in the AIR!!!! WOW I was speechless.

Official Stats: Time 3:50:13, at 8:47pace. I couldn’t be more pleased! I was so happy to finish strong.

After Party Story To Come Soon…..

Today I am headed out to get an hour massage so needed, I woke up and my left IT Band is killing ME!!! I am also meeting some bloggers/readers at Sonsie for lunch and then going to Fenway Park for a tour!!!!

If you want to meet us for lunch just let me know I would love to meet all that are in the area!!!!!

I am reading your blogs, just not able to comment, thank you to all that gave me a wonderful shot out and posted about the race, I LOVE YOU GUYS!

116 comments:

Brian said...

AWESOME JOB!

That is soo cool that Hub got out and ran with you, really a cool story.

Youre a national sensation in the blog world , now that people in races run up to you and recognize you!

Next time your in Boston we all have to do a blogger meet up. Great time, you have to feel on top of the world!!

meghanN said...

AMAZING JOB! so inspirational!!

Alex said...

That's great, you did wonderful! Yeah, all those rolling hills are famous - I think Heartbreak Hill is just the best known!

I'm confused about you saying your half-marathon at 1:44 is your best, though - your side bar says 1:37 is your PR??

kristin said...

congrats bobbi! i am so proud of you!

greendogwine said...

BOBBI - YOU.ROCK! plain and simple! i just got all teary eyed reading your recap, especially when you were talking about the last few miles and how your hubby helped you out. you guys are just such a amazing people and love each other so much - it's really touching. way to kick some booty yesterday - you are truly an inspiration!!! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

Rose said...

I seriously teared up when I read about you and your husband running together. I'm an emotional mess today.

GREAT JOB BOBBI! It's so amazing that you went out there and did it. I love this recap!

(There were many people following you online yesterday and providing updates - it was great!)

Abby said...

Congratulations!!

And great race report - it was so much fun to read the recap. Can't wait to experience it myself... here's hoping for next year!

Meg said...

I was almost in tears I was so happy for you when I was reading this....what a sweet husband to run with you! You should be SO proud of yourself!

sarah said...

CONGRATS, and wonderful story! i love the part about your husband joining you. amazing and inspiring!!

Moran said...

Bobbi I had tears in my eyes reading this! You are so utterly amazing and I am so proud of you!

Leah @ Simply Fabulous said...

WOW what a recap!! I got tears in my eyes when you reading that your Husband got in there with you and started running! That is one of the most romantic things ever! What support!!!

Good for you Bobbi, CONGRATS!!!!!!

RunToFinish said...

wow!!! I am so inspired and just hope I can some day do it too. you did amazing and what a wonderful hubs.

hope the IT is feeling better today!

Running Through Life said...

What a great Story. Congratulations on completing such a great race & Happy Birthday!

Way to go.

FoodsThatFit said...

Bobbi!! Way to go girl! You rocked that race!

The pic of your hubby running with you almost make me get teary eyed :) Seriously Bobbi WAY TO GO!!!!

Sarah said...

I got tears in my eyes reading your recap. Congrats girls! You did amazing!

Karen said...

Wow awesome job!

Have fun at Sonsie, it's a great restaurant!

A Toronto girl out West said...

I LOVE this! I may or may not have shed some tears when I got to the part about your husband running with you.

What an awesome birthday! An awesome run! An awesome husband! And the kind of memories that endure forever!

You're one lucky girl Bobbi! Thanks for taking me along for the ride (through your blog and recap)!

Jules said...

You did so AWESOME! Congratulations on a strong race!!

Kristin said...

Congrats on finishing strong! I am sure running with the hubby definitely helped, I'm so glad he met up with you!

Amazing job!

Mrs. LC said...

You are FABULOUS and your husband is amazing!! What an awesome story! YAYYYY I'm so happy for you!!! Enjoy that massage! :)

Andrea (Off Her Cork) said...

Oh lord I just cried reading this. What a great recap and hooray for hubs! :D So proud of you Bobbi! Great job! :D *hugs*

Manderz said...

This brought tears to my eyes! Your husband is wonderful and you should so proud of yourself. AMAZING - Congrats!

Julie said...

AMAZING BOBBI!!! Amazing time, amazing run, you are an inspiration!! I'm so glad you opted to listen to the crowds instead of your music, it's much more rewarding! Don't forget to pick up copies of todays herald and globe, your name will be in the results!

Tami said...

i am crying! great job. i was so proud of you, my son and i were tracking all my blog friends and cheering for kara to pull of the win! great job, i hope you are VERY VERY proud of yourself. not many people can say they did what you did on monday.

Natalie said...

That is such an awesome story, you are a great inspiration, congratulations!

HangryPants said...

Congratulations Bobbi! You are amazing. And the fact that Hubby ran with you is beyond sweet. It's one of the most romantic things I've ever heard and honestly made me tear up. Love it! You rock Bobbi and Belated Happy Birthday to ya!

carolinebee said...

bobbi i got chills reading this!!!! This is so amazing i am so happy for you!!!

L.A. Daze said...

Great job Bobbi!! That sounds like such an amazing experience!

ttfn300 said...

aaah!!! so inspiring :) can't wait for lunch!

ashley (sweetandnatural) said...

Increadible Bobbi!!! A million congratulations to you! :-D

Sammie said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!! You did a great job. I seriously got teary eyed when you said that your hubs rain with you for a little while - what an amazing guy you have. I hope you enjoy the rest of your time hear in MA. I wish I could meet up with you guys.

Fit Mommy said...

What a great race!

Sarah said...

Way to go! Got tears in my eyes when you wrote about your hubby running with you! What a supporter! Sounds like the whole race was an amazing experience!

Janie said...

WOW!! Great job!!! And way to go Hubby for cheering your wife on!!!!

Happy Birthday!!

~carolyn~ said...

Another teary eyed reader. Awesome job, You are so inspirational, especially to someone who struggled to just run 4 miles this morning on the treadmill. You are awesome I am thrilled that you shared this experience!! What a great birthday!!

Oh She Glows said...

Oh my gosh your story gave me chills!! Especially the part about your husband- and those pictures too! Wow. I am so proud of ya girlie!!!

Enjoy your massage and fun lunch!

Sarah W. said...

congrats!! the pics of hubby running w/ u are super cute - he's amazing!

Denise said...

Great race report! I'm so happy for you.

And Hubs...he's a keeper!!

Megan said...

Way to make me cry at 7 am! haha I love that Matt ran with you, that's so awesome. I texted you yesterday, but i dunno if you got it. Hope you're still doing well. Matt and I were talking about your race during our walk last night. We need to have you guys over soon!

Awesome job girl! Way to go!!!

D10 said...

Great race report!! I was smiling reading it. You ran so well, what an amazing experience. Very cool too that you got to run with your husband for a bit. Well done, Bobbi.

Kita said...

Bobbi,
You are amazing. Great Job.

Anonymous said...

Actually, no one ever said "heartbreak is just one hill." Its well known that there are 4 Newton Hills and had you done any reading about the course for preparation you'd have known that. You'd also have known that the downhills are the roughest part of the course.

The long and the short of it is, usually smart to prepare for a race by actually educating yourself.

Hope that helps.

Sheri said...

Great recap! What a great story...congratulations on running a great race! You are truly an inspriation Bobbi! I got all teary eyed reading your post...WAY TO GO GIRL!

Jess said...

Congratulations and happy belated birthday! I'm running Boston next year and can't wait.

Danielle said...

Amazing Job!
What an inpsirational recap.
That's so awesome that your hubby ran with you for 3 miles! That must have been so much fun!

skinnyrunner.com said...

congratulations! you are so inspiring! i hope to one day run boston like you did. soak it all up and enjoy!

eatfabinnyc said...

CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!!!! So incredible! I got choked up just reading about it!!!!!! GO YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Amy said...

Ahhhh awesome awesome awesome!! I loved reading your recap. It was so inspiring. Seriously, I loved the picture of you and your husband...omg, that is so wonderful. :) :) :) :) :) Also, congrats on a great finish.

aNd! said...

Congrats on such a great job! Have a fun rest of Boston trip and safe trip home!

runsarah said...

So AWESOME and inspiring! I am getting emotional just reading your post. So sweet of hubby to join you and...HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

livelaughlyss said...

I'm a new blog commenter but all I have to say is, WOW! You BETTER be proud of yourself... You just OWNED the Boston Marathon! Please have that picture of you and your hubs framed. It's priceless. :)

Happy Birthday!

Christine said...

Glad I wasnt the only one that cried a lil when your husband ran with you for a few miles.. Thats what love is all about. Congrats and great job!! =)

KK @ Running Through Life said...

Amazing Bobbi!! Wonderful recap! I love the fact that your husband ran with you! It always helps me when my husband runs with me as well!!!

Missy said...

Amazing job!! Congrats!! I got choked up there like everyone else!! So inspirational to me!!

*One Step at a Time* said...

AMAZING JOB! I've never commented either before but I was actually at the Boston Marathon this year (my brother ran it!) and I wish I knew you ran it because I totally would have looked for you! I hope you are having a great time in Boston even though this weather is crummy!! You have sooo much to be proud of!!

Jenny said...

Hi Bobbi!

I am in the girl (Jenny) that came up to you during the race! I saw your shirt and was so nervous you'd think I was a crazy stalker but I just had to say hi. :) You looked so great out there and you ran an awesome, awesome race, CONGRATS! I totally agree it was the most incredible experience a runner could have. I don't actually have a blog myself but reading your recap made me want to write one to remember every moment myself... maybe I will just save yours, haha. Enjoy the race of your vacation!
Jenny

Chris of Fab Fit and 40 said...

Delurking to say a big congratulations to you...what an inspiration.

I'm all teary over the husband photo ;-)

Also, we share the same birthday, so happy, happy!

Melissa (fitnessnyc) said...

HUGE CONGRATULATIONS. I can't even imagine qualifying for Boston. Enjoy the much much deserved massage.

Amanda said...

Bobbi,

I've been reading for a while and have commented every once in a while, but just wanted to say CONGRATS!!! You are such an inspiration! I have done one half-marathon and am doing a 10 mile race in a few weeks with my boyfriend (I finally convinced him to train with me!) LOVED your mile by mile recap! Enjoy the rest of your trip and Happy Belated Bday!!

Amanda

Annie said...

Aw! I love that the Hub ran with you! Awesome job, Bobbi! =)

Jenna said...

awww Bobbi, I seriously teared up when reading this. I am the biggest sports story sap ever. Especially running! I am SO proud of you!!!!! You did FANTASTIC and you continue to inspire me every day!

Jess said...

What a great story, I got choked up reading too! It sounds like you had a really strong race and running with hubby at the end must have been great! Congrats on an awesome finish!

kateinthekitchen.org said...

Wow! I rarely comment on your blog but this time I had to chime in. Your recap left me in tears; what a sweet husband you have!! That made my day to read how he jumped in just when you needed him most.

Your time was AMAZING, girl!! My god! You rock. What a great story and congratulations to you for such good work.

Toni said...

Great job! That sounds like an amazing race and that's great your hubby ran with you!

Runeatrepeat said...

You are amazing!!!! This was the best race recap ever!

Elina said...

Bobbi - I seriously got goosebumps reading this... and started tearing up when your hubby came out and ran with you. That's amazing!! You are an incredible inspiration. I'm sad I didn't get to meet you at lunch today. I work literally minutes away from Sonsie, but I had a meeting. Maybe next year? :)

sweetandfit said...

you are such an inspiration! I seriously got teary-eyed reading how sweet your hubby is running with you!

you are amazing!

Katie said...

I am so sorry I couldn't be there to meet for lunch today (stupid job!) but congrats on the marathon - you should be so proud! As a boston local we are lucky to have had such amazing runners like you in our city yesterday!

MyRunningJourney said...

What an incredible accomplishment! Definitely brought tears to my eyes when your husband joined you, and then the tears didn't stop!! You are so inspiring! Congratlutions! You need to go treat yourself BIG time!!

Niki said...

Great job!! You awesome!!

AshB said...

i was getting tears in my eyes reading your story. CONGRATS how rewarding of an experience!!!!

aron said...

ahhhh totally teared up :)

CONGRATS!!!! you are so awesome and ran an amazing race! I was tracking you/virtually cheering you on yesterday!!!!

loved your report :)

Siobhan said...

Congratulations Bobbi!8:47 pace- you are amazing! I was cheering from Wellesley but sadly I did not see you ): Just being there and seeing all those runners made me want to run Boston...maybe someday!

Enjoy Boston!

Marci said...

Congratulations and great race report!

Pearl said...

OH MY GOSH! GREAT JOB, BOBBI! CONGRATULATIONS! I AM SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HAPPY FOROU!

sorry for the all caps - it was the only way i could begin to express my excitement.

Pearl said...

and bobbi's hubby, if you're reading this: you're pretty much the shit in my book, now.

DLap said...

Congrats!!!
I have been reading your blog, truly a great accomplishment!!

Meredith said...

I started to tear up while reading your story from the marathon. That was so kind of your husband to run the last few miles with you. That's what Hallmark commercials are made of!

CONGRATS ON A HUGE ACCOMPLISHMENT!

balanceisbest said...

Your recap brought me to tears! I am so happy for you!!!

congratulations on an amazing accomplishment!

Matt said...

Congrats!

audrey said...

I've been reading your blog for a while, and have never commented, but since you made me cry like a baby at the Miles 20-24 part, i must break the silence and CONGRATULATE you and tell you how amazing and inspiring your story, strength and determination have been. I'm a first time runner, who started 2 months ago and just completed a first race (4-mile), and you have absolutely inspired me to try to run a marathon someday, hopefully sooner than later. Again CONGRATULATIONS, amazing job!!

Heather said...

Congratulations! I definitely teared up! It's amazing how mental running can be. What a fabulous and supportive hubby!

monicac2 said...

Wow wow wow! You are amazing!! I am so happy you had such a great race. Young lady, YOU ROCK!!!! And yes, you and your husband will cherish the memory of those few miles for a lifetime. That's is awesome. God bless!

N.D. said...

You did GREAT! way to go! it was great reading your report. I suck at race reports and yours covered it all! How did you get such great pics!! : )

Michelle said...

Congratulations, you are an amazing and inspiring woman!! Your shirt is so cute, and I think it's so cool that another runner recognized you from the blog! What are the odds?? Enjoy your massage!!

Briana said...

WOW!!! Great job, you sound like you had an amazing time. I'm glad it was everything you hoped it to be and more. Once again, congrats!

lighterportions said...

WOW wow wow, that is so incredible and amazing and inspiring! I was grinning ear to ear just reading when your hubby got in there and ran with you. Adorable. CONGRATS!

Anne said...

Wow, congratulations! You are a total inspiration. I loved reading your recap!

Mica said...

Congratulations on an awesome race, Bobbi! Thank you for posting this (on your vacation, no less), it's really awesome to have a mile-by-mile account of such a special race. You're such an inspiration, Speedy McSpeederson!

SuperDave said...

This is so sweet. Awesome!
I wish I could have ben in your shoes. One day , I can dream...

Meghann said...

I was tracking you at my desk all yesterday morning! You did so great and I am so proud! I had tears in my eyes reading your post. You are my inspiration and I can not wait to meet you before San Diego. Have fun on the rest of you Vacay girl, you deserve it!!

Andrea of Care to Eat said...

Congratulations! You inspired a lot of people yesterday :)

Sara said...

Amazing job Bobbi!! This is so inspiring to me :)

MaryBe said...

You are so amazing!
Your story choked me up! Congrats!

Coach Al said...

Congrats Bobbi! Great run for you! And, so glad to hear you had a wonderful time and experience at the best marathon locale in the world!

All the best!!

-Coach Al

eatingbender said...

Bobbi, you are INCREDIBLE. This post literally made me tear up while reading - especially the part about you and your hub. How truly wonderful that he ran those miles with you when you needed him most.

I am amazed, inspired, and every other synonym in between. CONGRATULATIONS. Way to kick some serious ass on your birthday, girl! You are one in a million! Or, I suppose, one in 15,000 ;o) Either way, you are truly special and I hope you are enjoying yourself this week!

Brandi said...

what an amazing recap and congratulations!

thank you for sharing your story from the race, and that is awesome that your husband ran with you for a while :)

My Life is Lettuce said...

Congrats what an amazing finish! I ran the marine corp marathon last year and was hurting until hubby kissed me at mile 18; I wouldnt have made it without that! Well done lady!

Tina said...

CONGRATS!!!!!!!! I loved reading about your run! Amazing! I wish I had been able to meet you yesterday! Good pick with Sonsie! :)

Tammy said...

I'm so glad your shoes made it to Boston :) Sounds like you had an amazing race! Congrats on the huge accomplishment!

angiesappetite said...

Woo hoo!! Congratulations!

Girl on Top said...

That was amazing!!! You are awesome!!!

Jojo said...

I just started reading, but I wanted to say Congratulations. I cried when I read your husband ran with you to keep you going.

GIAN CARLO said...

Good job Bobby, I am an Italian runner, I was in Boston one month ago.
I ran the 25Th marathon of my life, but this is the most beautiful.I ran in NY, in London, in Quebec, in Stockolm, in Madrid, in Venice, in florence and many times in Roma(my city)... for me Boston is the number one !

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Morgan said...

Congrats on your race!!! Boston was amazing wasn't it?! I spectated and I could only imagine how much more amazing it had to be running. You did awesome, way to push through those hills! Bask in that afterglow girl!

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