Leesburg 20k

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  1. Wow – congrats on a great race! What a great way to commemorate a birthday! I have IT troubles too – any great suggestions?

    • disneykatie says:

      Stretch constantly, roll, ice, and running with intervals helps. It acts up in the weirdest ways – sometimes when I’m not even running!

  2. tara pittman says:

    What a cute outfit. I love the running skirts but I dont know if I could wear one as it might slow me down.

  3. Congrats on the race. LOVE the orange bird costume.

    I ran WDW Half Marathon for my 30th birthday this past January. It was my first half too. It’s what got me started running, by deciding to train and run it for my birthday. So happy I did. A little harder to find races to run for my birthday regular in VA in January without going anywhere.

  4. Bridie Rist says:

    My middle toe has been feeling weird my last two runs. It almost feels like a string is tired around it cutting of the circulation (painfully). I think it’s because I am in need to new shoes, but not really sure.

    • disneykatie says:

      Yea, I don’t know the reason either. Sometimes it will feel like my toe is broken, but I know it is not! Stupid middle toe!

  1. August 20, 2014

    […] My 30th birthday was on Sunday. You can read my birthday post here! For my birthday I ran the Leesburg 20k. […]

  2. February 12, 2015

    […] year I was supposed to do one on my 30th birthday, but it got cancelled and I ended up running the Leesburg 20k instead. I was super bummed that I couldn’t do the tri, so I signed up for a duathlon last […]

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