PR in AZ!

Final time of 1:35:10 !!!!

It was an amazing weekend. While I knew I had gotten stronger I was not quite sure how fast I was. So race day was filled with a simple approach…give what I had and keep my heart rate steady. “Legs, legs, legs, right here, right here..relax (at this point I focused on keeping everything from my waist on up relaxed),” “keep it steady (heart rate)” I checked my watch three times and felt great. I continued to keep my pace to not compromise my efficiency.  The last couple of miles are always a fight but as I crossed the finish line I knew “mission accomplished”…Below are my final stats.

1:35:10
Distance HALF MAR
Clock Time 1:36:51
Chip Time 1:35:10
Overall Place 519 / 19298
Gender Place 91 / 11886
Division Place 18 / 1947
Age Grade 69.3%
Pace 7:16
Agegrade 69.3
Placeagegrade 458
Ttlrace 19298
Ttldiv 1947
Ttlsex 11886
5 Km 22:07
10 Km 43:36
8 5 Mi 1:00:03
10 Mi 1:11:46

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Dr. Gloria Petruzzelli

Dr. Petruzzelli is a clinical sport psychologist, triathlete, and certified mindfulness meditation teacher located in Sacramento, California. She works with elite athletes and sports teams across the country. She is a competitive athlete and enjoys practicing yoga, spending time with her family, and traveling.

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