This weekend gone, I had a race. This time though I was on cheering duties! I flew up to Scotland for less than 24 hours to be at the sidelines of the Edinburgh Marathon Festival to cheer on all the inspirational runners.
I love writing up my races and reading about the experience of others. No one race is the same when we all have different points of view. So in the spirit of being a race cheerleader for the weekend, and the future, I want you to relive your race and share your insight. The training miles, the race day jitters, the glory of crossing the finish line.
the good – the bad – the ugly
We want to hear it all….
So without further ado…
Welcome to the 6th Race Recap Link-Up!!
Meet the hosts…
Jessica at The Silvah Lining
Elle at keep it simpElle
Smitha at Running with SD Mom
Lauren at Breathe Deeply and Smile
We’d love it if you’d follow us on all social media & let us know you’ve shared a post.
Featured post from last week…
|Crystal (from Discovering Me in Them) and her dad ran the Vermont City Marathon Relay.|
We actually had two recaps from the Vermont City Marathon and I have added it to my “Race All 50” list. Crystal’s story really moved me. She had an awesome race, got a PR and teamed up with her dad! How cool is that – I mean, check out their coordinating shirts! Read her recap here.
About this link up…
It is active every Tuesday – Friday.
Link up your most recent recaps, or throwback to an old favorite. *If your post is unrelated to the theme, it will be deleted.
One recap will be featured on the next link up!
Read at least 3 other posts and leave them some love.
The more the merrier… share on your social media so others can link-up. #TuesdayTales
Grab the code to the link-up image below on your post or somewhere on your blog.
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Thanks for joining in all the fun and I’m looking forward to reading all your posts!