What do the doctors know? Hopeful a lot.... I know that Margaret worked very hard at her training. She ran when she was suppose too ~ She tried to eat right ((well not really, but it sounds good)) BUT! She ran!! .....Her husband very lovingly gave her wings to be able to do this run and should be commended for his patients, dedication and loyalty to her and the marathon she felt so strongly about. The training took a lot of work, dedication and perseverance on every ones part.
They all did a great job and now is the time................they PLAY!!
I am going to try to keep up with this event on line................TRY!!
No matter if they sprint,walk or crawl across the finish line we are soooooooo very proud and excited about this HUGE achievement for all of them! ((.....Mostly Margaret!....ssshhhh.....don't tell the others I said that! )) We are excited for them too.
AND THEY ARE OFF!
I forgot to ask for Jen and Charlie's bib numbers and I can't find information on them but
Margaret is doing AWESOME!!
Here are the results as of an hour ago:
20203 Margaret Hoverath F TNT Fundraising Half Start: Gun 6:30:03 Chip 6:41:12 Times:1:10:53 Pace:11:25 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
I went to the Zoo with the family and NOW! I cannot remember how to access the information I had before........UUGGG!!...........STUPID Computer!!
((It is always the machine and never the operator))
This Just In!!
~ I just got this E-mail from a friend of my sisters ~
I just talked to Maggie a few minutes ago and she finished the race in under 6 hours!!!! She had a great start to the race and ran the first 13-14 miles without stopping! Unfortunately around mile 21 Maggie stepped wrong and rolled her ankle. From then on she had to walk and was pretty upset. Someone told her to focus on all the people who were at home cheering her on and she got emotional thinking about all of us. I think it was her cousin that let her know we were all walking/running today while she was competing and that just meant the world to her! Maggie's parents were at the finish line and she cried when she saw her dad. You'll have to talk to her about the entire experience - she said it was just amazing! Also, 8.8 million dollars was raised for cancer! She said there were runners/walkers who were survivors and some that were in treatment.
It is over and everyone did great! Jen, Charlie and Margaret all finished and we are very proud of them all!!
GREAT! Job Everyone!!
SO? WHO NEXT????
I found the results!! June 1 - 12:30AM
Just for Margaret.......