Races

Race Results & Photos

  ( These are the results of a walker with severe lung problems, not those of a healthy runner, so try not to laugh too hard:-)

26.2 miles


Boston Marathon
4/18/2011
Race Report
7:05:45
Boston Marathon
4/19/2010
Race Report
7:17:47
Boston Marathon
4/20/2009
Race Report
7:31:35
Rome Marathon Italy
3/16/2008
Funny Video Clips
7:20:22
Portland Marathon
10/07/2007
7:32:55
Eugene Marathon
04/29/2007
6:56:08
Portland Marathon
10/01/2006
8:50:27

13.1 miles


San Jose Rock&Roll Marathon
10/04/2009
3:08:42
ET Midnight Marathon
08/16/2008
4:00:51
San Francisco Marathon
07/29/2007
2:58:17
San Francisco Marathon
07/30/2006
2:52:45
Kaiser Marathon
02/06/2006
3:03:01
US HALF
11/06/2005
3:04:01
San Francisco Marathon
07/31/2005
Race Report ( my very first)
3:12:49

10km


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5km


San Francisco Marathon
08/03/2008
44:31

Race Photos


2005 San Francisco Marathon




2006 Kaiser Permanente Half Marathon




2006 San Francisco Marathon




2006 Portland Marathon




2007 Eugene Marathon




2007 San Francisco Marathon




2007 Portland Marathon




2008 Rome Marathon


2008 ET midnight Marathon





2009 Rome Italy and Rome Marathon




2009 Boston Marathon ( pre race)





2009 Boston Marathon




2009 Boston Marathon Professional Photos




San Jose Rock and Roll half Marathon 10-4-2009




Boston Marathon 4-19-2010



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