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Race Photos

2013 Peachtree Road Race 10k
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My race bib! Moved up to F!
My race bib! Moved up to F!
Mike's Bib - Hotshot qualified for A!
Mike's Bib – Hotshot qualified for A!
Bibs!
Bibs!
I had to pick up a bib for my brother-in-law, so I got to hit the Expo even though we had our bibs mailed to us.
I had to pick up a bib for my brother-in-law, so I got to hit the Expo even though we had our bibs mailed to us.
Rows and rows of race bib stands!
Rows and rows of race bib stands!
Everything all laid out the night before: water bottle, bibs, MARTA cards, body glide, map of the start area. We're ready!
Everything all laid out the night before: water bottle, bibs, MARTA cards, body glide, map of the start area. We're ready!
Another shot of our stuff, all ready to go.
Another shot of our stuff, all ready to go.
Instagrammed.
Instagrammed.
Checking out the soggy finish line as we walked to MARTA on race morning.
Checking out the soggy finish line as we walked to MARTA on race morning.
After the Boston Marathon bombings, security at the Peachtree was visibly increased. Thanks for keeping us safe, APD!
After the Boston Marathon bombings, security at the Peachtree was visibly increased. Thanks for keeping us safe, APD!
Mike and Matt (my brother-in-law who was in town visiting and ran the race with us) walking in the rain towards MARTA.
Mike and Matt (my brother-in-law who was in town visiting and ran the race with us) walking in the rain towards MARTA.
The boys on the train. I'm looking up at them because I MIRACULOUSLY got a seat on the train. That NEVER happens on Peachtree morning.
The boys on the train. I'm looking up at them because I MIRACULOUSLY got a seat on the train. That NEVER happens on Peachtree morning.
On the train, showing off my patriotic Sparkly Soul headband!
On the train, showing off my patriotic Sparkly Soul headband!
Same pic, Instagrammed
Same pic, Instagrammed
Hubs and I in the MARTA station up in Buckhead. We were wet. Thanks rainy walk to the start!
Hubs and I in the MARTA station up in Buckhead. We were wet. Thanks rainy walk to the start!
A Peachtree tradition - waiting in crazy lines for the Portapotties before the race!
A Peachtree tradition – waiting in crazy lines for the Portapotties before the race!
Endless lines at the Portapotties!
Endless lines at the Portapotties!
Better pre-race shot of Mike and I.
Better pre-race shot of Mike and I.
Pre-race pic!
Pre-race pic!
Spotted this shirt on the way to our starting corral. ATC encouraged everyone to wear blue and yellow in honor of the Boston Marathon bombing victims.
Spotted this shirt on the way to our starting corral. ATC encouraged everyone to wear blue and yellow in honor of the Boston Marathon bombing victims.
Matt, me, and Mike in our starting corral!
Matt, me, and Mike in our starting corral!
And Instagrammed.
And Instagrammed.
The view from starting corral P, looking towards the starting line (under the giant flag).
The view from starting corral P, looking towards the starting line (under the giant flag).
And they thought the weather would deter runners? Not a chance - the crowds were as big as ever!
And they thought the weather would deter runners? Not a chance – the crowds were as big as ever!
And the view just after crossing the finish line!
And the view just after crossing the finish line!
The rain held off for the race itself, but holy cow! Piedmont Park was a MUD PIT by the time I got across the finish!
The rain held off for the race itself, but holy cow! Piedmont Park was a MUD PIT by the time I got across the finish!
Muddy. Muddy. MUDDY.
Muddy. Muddy. MUDDY.
Red faced and goofy after finishing the race!
Red faced and goofy after finishing the race!
Accidental pic of the crowd in the park.
Accidental pic of the crowd in the park.
The boys after the race. Mike took his shirt off because it was drenched and making him cold, not because he's THAT guy. I promise.
The boys after the race. Mike took his shirt off because it was drenched and making him cold, not because he's THAT guy. I promise.
Better post-race pic of us. I'm smiling like a dork because I was stoked about my time!
Better post-race pic of us. I'm smiling like a dork because I was stoked about my time!
And Instagrammed.
And Instagrammed.
Goofing around at the post-race party. Pardon Matt's rudeness.
Goofing around at the post-race party. Pardon Matt's rudeness.
A more normal shot of the guys.
A more normal shot of the guys.
Mud freckles! Good thing those sneakers were pretty much done before this race!
Mud freckles! Good thing those sneakers were pretty much done before this race!
Another shot of my muddy, muddy legs.
Another shot of my muddy, muddy legs.
Towards the end of the party, Bart Yasso (the Runner's World Chief Running Officer) came into Phidippides with Jeff Galloway, a former Olympian and the owner/founder of Phidippides. Jeff was showing Bart some of the race memorbilia around the store. I thought it was super cool to see them together.
Towards the end of the party, Bart Yasso (the Runner's World Chief Running Officer) came into Phidippides with Jeff Galloway, a former Olympian and the owner/founder of Phidippides. Jeff was showing Bart some of the race memorbilia around the store. I thought it was super cool to see them together.
Bart Yasso and Jeff Galloway. I promise I wasn't stalking them. They just happened to stand right by where I was waiting for the boys while they looked at new running gear.
Bart Yasso and Jeff Galloway. I promise I wasn't stalking them. They just happened to stand right by where I was waiting for the boys while they looked at new running gear.
Bart Yasso and Jeff Galloway.
Bart Yasso and Jeff Galloway.
Bart and Jeff, Instagrammed.
Bart and Jeff, Instagrammed.
This was the first year that ATC offered commenmorative finisher's medals. I LOVE them.
This was the first year that ATC offered commenmorative finisher's medals. I LOVE them.
Our medals, Instagrammed.
Our medals, Instagrammed.
     


2 Responses to “Race Photos”

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  2. Lorena says:

    Hi Kristen-I think use the same site, maybe change the front page to say 2010 and then have the old ptohos still on, I know people still enjoy looking through them and it might be nice to have a one stop place for all of the ptohos. I’m sure whatever you decide will be great!!

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