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First things first- I love this race! Ran it for the second year in a row and had a blast.

First getting to this race is easy as is finding parking! There is plenty of parking in Kirkland and it’s even free or $5 (Win!). It also started later, around 8am. I ran with two of my Oiselle Volee teammates, one of their husbands and their dog. We even had time to go to Starbucks to keep warm before the start of the race in Marina Park.

First things first, this course is HILLY! Yes, the first part of the race is pretty much straight up hill. But after the first half mile the course is a bunch of rolling hills and then a steep downhill to the finish. Overall I did not find this hard since I knew what I was getting into and I live on a hill so I’m somewhat used to it. I ran the first two miles pretty consistently but I did get a bit tired right before the downhill so my sprint to the finish was a bit of a mess.  I tired to out sprint another runner in the end but it didn’t go so well. But it make for some good finish line commentary!

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I was the first to finish so I waited for everyone before I explored the the finish chute swag. Each finisher received a medal and commemorative car magnet! Even my teammate’s dog got a finisher medal. There was a photo backdrop for photos and tons of free swag from local companies. Overall it was a fun race and a great way for me to get some faster miles in before I head to New York for the NYC Half next week!

Thoughts on hills- yay or nay?

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Here’s part two of my Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Weekend trip!

So the morning of the half marathon arrived and it was FREEZING. Yes, it was windy and cold. So my first goal was to find warm clothes for running and walking around. I found the closest mall to my hotel was The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace but it was still quite a walk. I ate quick breakfast and walked over. Found a few things at Gap and H&M that would keep me warm and hoped for the best.

Getting to the start line was also quite a process. I took the monorail as far south as I could, think it’s MGM Grand, then walked in and out of all the hotels to get to Mandalay Bay. Since it was gusting winds up to 40mph I waited with Kristie in the casino until it was time to get into our corral. We met a very nice British man who was running the marathon as a Boston qualifier. I think he ran a BQ (!!) I wish I was that fast!

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We got into the corral and realized that this was not the race to run fast, it would be a feat of running smart because of the severe headwind and rain we would have on the last 4 miles toward the finish. The race started and we south toward the Las Vegas sign and then made our way to the center of the strip. In years past I’ve heard there are lots of spectators. This year not so much because of the wind. All of the neon was flashing and the music was blasting, it was super fun. As we made our way to Old Vegas and the Pawn Stars Pawn Shop it started to get dark. There weren’t many lights. As we made a turn we saw a few people almost wipe out on manhole covers because of the rain earlier in the day. I was so happy to see the Clif Bar fuel station with lights and music. I can’t imagine how lonely the marathon would be if it were that dark the majority of the race.

We then turned on the rest of the strip and has a massive headwind. It was pretty much buckle down and do work to get to the finish line. I am not a huge fan of straight-a-ways but the Las Vegas Strip is an exception. There was so much going on with the lights and people around I didn’t have to think about the horrible wind. As we got close to the finish Kristie and I both picked it up and made it in a respectable time. I was so happy I ran with Kristie otherwise I don’t know how I would have made it!

The finish chute was super organized compared to other Rock ‘n’ Roll Races. Even the remix and other medals line was quick. (My medal is defective, the little slots are not on the right way but I could care less!) Kristie got her sweet roadie medal and we went to the Bellagio fountain for photos. I was so cold we snapped a few quick photos, said goodbye and went on our separate ways. Side note: Kristie and I are now facebook friends and hope to meet up at RnR Las Vegas next year!

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I went back to the hotel showed then set out to find food. I got a seat at the bar at Yard House. I’ve never been so hungry after a race! I ate a full burger, two orders of fries, and at least two beers. Gotta stay hydrated!

Overall I enjoyed my trip to Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas weekend. I wish the weather held up but overall it was super fun and I can’t wait to do it again!

Have you ever been to Las Vegas? What was your favorite part?

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Here’s part one of many about my Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Weekend trip!

Expo
After flying in early Saturday morning I went straight to the expo via monorail to avoid all of the lines. I’m glad I did. I didn’t have to wait to get my bibs and there was a small wait to get my race shirts. I was a little bummed the merchandise was picked through but found a fun Brooks tank top.

The expo was pretty crowded and a little hard to navigate. It probably didn’t help I had my roller bag with me, whoops! I navigated my way around and bought a new Sparkly Soul headband (they are the best!), more Nuun, and a Sparkle Athletic tank. I even won a free pink cowbell from a booth! I think I got out of the expo in less than an hour and a half and took the monorail to my hotel to drop off my bags. I couldn’t check in till 4 so I wondered around the strip, bought a discounted ticket to Cirque Du Sole and explored the shops around my hotel. I finally checked into my hotel and by the time my bags arrived I had to hurry and get changed for the 5k.

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The monorail is great but it was super crowded. I squeezed into a car with a few others and it was a very packed ride to the 5K hotel. After arriving at the last stop, we all funneled through the hotel and finally to the race course. While waiting for the corrals I met a bunch of nice locals who were running the race. One of the ladies took my photo for me which was so sweet. Once in the corral I met another wonderful lady named Kristie! She was so nice and said she would look out for me on the course as we started the 5K.

The 5K course was a great warmup for the race the next day. The majority of the course is an out and back which is pretty boring but there was DJ. The rest of the course is a mile-ish of turns in the festival grounds. It was fun with the music playing and all of the lights. I finished in a reasonable time and then quickly hurried to the monorail. On my way to the monorail I found Kristie again! She gave me her phone number so we could run the half marathon the next day together.

I am so happy I ran this race. It was a great way to stretch out my legs before the half marathon and I met some pretty cool people too!

Check out the crazy course below!

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Well it wasn’t pretty but I did run the Rock ‘n’ Rol Vancouver Half Marathon. I’m very glad I ran it and had a wonderful weekend but there were a few little hiccups that I learned from along the way.

The expo was very small and somewhat boring. The best part was bib pickup was a breeze. I even saw a few friends and picked up a sweet Vancouver race course tank top.

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The only downside of Saturday was nerves. I was super cautious all day. I didn’t want to walk too far and felt bad I made my boyfriend slow down everywhere we went. We ended up walking to the aquarium and around Stanley Park to scope out the finish line. Since we didn’t want to go all the way to Gastown for dinner, we did a quick Yelp search and found Joey. I had a yummy chicken sandwich with yam fries and a beer. Then we headed back to the hotel to watch the Canucks game and prep for the day ahead.

When we got back to the hotel I couldn’t decide what to wear. I ended up with a large somewhat organized pile of all my clothes. Sunday came and I decided to run for the first time in my Oiselle Volée singlet with an old Nike lightweight tank top underneath, my Brooks Running arm warmers, a pair of short spandex shots, a pair of crops over that, and my ProCompression socks. Even with all the layers, I was freezing for the first mile and a half of the race. We will get to that later…

Getting there was a quick 10-minute walk from my hotel. It was a nice warm up. I arrived a few minutes before they called the early start time for corral 16. My biggest mistake was checking my sweats too early and not bringing a throwaway shirt. Whoops… Now I know better! In the 30 minutes or so leading up to the start I walked around the start area and found an old coworker. We chatted for a good while and then I scampered off to my corral, corral 5 (!!). Yes, I somehow seeded myself too high since my plan 6 months ago was to run a sub 2 hour half.

When the corral started I just took off at a sub 9-minute mile. This did not hinder me, it got me warmed up. I know, most people would think it’s a bad thing but I don’t think it hindered my overall race. The course was pretty exciting taking us through Gastown and the Chinatown Gate. At the third mile I started my run/walk timer. Run/Walk? Yes, I am a big fan of Jeff Galloway’s run/walk method and it’s helped me get back in shape since getting sick 8 months ago. I started my timer and carefully worked my way through the miles. By about mile 7 we were almost to North Vancouver and I realized I didn’t eat anything. I quickly opened up some Gu Chomps and kept going.

By mile 10 we entered Stanley Park. It was quite scenic but narrow. This is where I hit the wall. There was a hill, and from the elevation chart it did not look bad but it was steep! I was exhausted and realized that I would have to walk up most of the hill. Then there was another pretty large hill. This was not helping my race mojo. At mile 11 I realized that my GPS was .4 off! Yes, all of the sudden I ran an extra .4 miles more when my watch was pretty much on target with the mile markers. With just two miles left my goal was to finish upright and not worry about a PR. My legs were not happy, the hills took a lot out of me and I was losing steam quickly. By mile 11.5 I was freezing cold, I think it was the trees and slight cloud cover. Once I saw the Vancouver boathouse and was so relieved I pushed and ran a sub 10 pace. Crossing the finish line was a huge relief, those hills were hard on my legs and I just wanted to finish.

The silver lining to all of this was as I waited in line for my World Rocker Medal, I realized I PR’ed the race! Yes, you heard that right, I ran my target of 2:15 for 13.1 and got an official overall PR by 1-2 seconds! I was super ecstatic and it made the walk back to the hotel more manageable.

 

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Overall I am not sure I would run the race again. Even though I PR’ed, I felt like those hills at the end were not fun and made me want to get the race over with. I also was bummed I ran extra mileage between two mile markers and not over the course of the race. But I did get a brand new PR and that is a lasting memory I will take away from this race.

Do you like hilly race courses? Would you rather have hills at the beginning or end of a race?