FREE TO RUN THE RACE

Earlier this year, I set a goal to run the Toronto half-marathon, although I hadn't run in a race since high school (some 25 years ago). I set up a training schedule, and each week, I increased the distance I ran. Based on this, I felt confident that I would do well in the marathon.

My last training run was supposed to be an easy course, and not too long. Well, the "not too long" part was the only thing that worked out—I had to stop after a short distance because of severe pain.

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