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This post is sponsored by The Millennial's Guide To Changing The World book by Allison Sher.

I was given a digital copy of this book. I thought that it would be good to read, even though I am a Gen X'er. There is just so much talk about the Millennial's right now that I thought that it would be good to get to know what is going on inside their head.


About the Book  The Millennial's Guide to Changing the World teaches young people everything they need to know to change the world, while building a happy, healthy adult life for themselves. It explains how our current social systems work, the challenges young people are inheriting and how millennials can step into our power to create a critical mass conversion to solve them. Everything from politics to spirituality to love relationships to education to sex to economics to mental health is covered. And it includes 50 or so juicy, true life stories from millennials across the country…

Lake Lowell Marathon & Half

I think I found my next marathon I want to slog in.

The Lake Lowell Marathon & Half

ONLY 33 people ran in it last year - the 1st year it was available.

Last Name, First Name
(Sex/Age)
Time OverAll
Place
Sex Place
/
Div Place
DIV Net Time
Matt Kerns (M) 3:16:07 1 1 / 1 MOpen 3:16:00
HUGO MARTINEZ (M) 3:28:28 2 2 / 2 MOpen 3:28:24
Sergio Gutierrez (M) 3:29:23 3 3 / 3 MOpen 3:29:21
Bill Rupp (M) 3:30:47 4 4 / 1 M40-44 3:30:45
suzanne sever (F) 3:31:52 5 1 / 1 FOpen 3:31:50
dennis ahern (M) 3:35:44 6 5 / 1 M50-54 3:35:36
Jose Lopez (M) 3:36:37 7 6 / 1 M30-34 3:36:35
Tim Copeland (M) 3:50:59 8 7 / 1 M45-49 3:50:50
Mark Hutchinson (M) 3:51:37 9 8 / 2 M40-44 3:51:33
Noel Salazar (M) 3:53:00 10 9 / 1 M35-39 3:52:54
Dave Wright (M) 3:53:11 11 10 / 2 M45-49 3:53:07
Susan Mayo (F) 3:56:07 12 2 / 2 FOpen 3:56:03
Rich Marion (M) 3:57:26 13 11 / 3 M45-49 3:57:19
Mark Englund (M) 4:09:24 14 12 / 4 M45-49 4:09:14
Ryan Anderson (M) 4:11:39 15 13 / 2 M35-39 4:11:26
chad harrison (M) 4:32:17 16 14 / 3 M40-44 4:32:12
Conner Hall (M) 4:34:19 17 15 / 1 M18-24 4:34:10
David Peterson (M) 4:36:39 18 16 / 4 M40-44 4:36:35
Garrett Quinlan (M) 4:39:44 19 17 / 2 M30-34 4:39:36
Chele Howell (F) 4:43:45 20 3 / 3 FOpen 4:43:37
Amy Adams (F) 4:43:46 21 4 / 1 F35-39 4:43:39
Daniel Nelson (M) 4:48:11 22 18 / 1 M25-29 4:48:05
Julie Tinney (F) 4:50:47 23 5 / 1 F40-44 4:50:44
Helena Hennis (F) 4:54:35 24 6 / 1 F45-49 4:54:25
mike blessing (M) 5:06:40 25 19 / 1 M55-59 5:06:31
Josh Ingram (M) 5:07:32 26 20 / 2 M25-29 5:07:26
Billie Leinum (F) 5:15:23 27 7 / 2 F40-44 5:15:12
Chilan Martes (F) 5:22:14 28 8 / 3 F40-44 5:22:05
sam collier (M) 5:22:15 29 21 / 2 M55-59 5:22:04
Gary Holloway (M) 5:32:23 30 22 / 5 M45-49 5:32:11
Lisa Pass (F) 5:34:55 31 9 / 1 F50-54 5:34:48
Susan Davis (F) 6:06:11 32 10 / 2 F35-39 6:06:00
Rebecca Lee (F) 6:06:11 33 11 / 4 F40-44 6:06:00

From the looks of the results, I have a pretty good chance of coming in last ;-)

The route goes around the whole lake, starting and finishing on near the Caldwell side.

ONLY 8 people, so far, are signed up for this early May 2012 Marathon. 10 people are signed up for the Half.

$35 for the half and $50 for the full if you sign up before April 22.

Does anyone want to slog it with me?

Comments

  1. If you haven't signed up you should!! It was a fun race last year and I know you will have fun. My wife did the 1/2 and it just so happened that when I came around on the full we got to finish together, so cool! My wife isn't a speedster, you might be able to talk her into slogging with you!!

    Ryan

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