Tour de Madeira 2007

I successfully ran the Tour de Madeira 2007 yesterday. Full recap over at Every Whatever

With the 52 miles I did on Saturday, that gives me a new weekly record (102.8 miles), and also puts me at 952.5 miles for the year, meaning I need to do just 47.5 miles the rest of the year to snag the record.

My tentative plan is to do a 15-20 mile workout at the Y tomorrow, then one 10-15 miler while I’m on vacation, and finish it off New Year’s Eve after we get back.

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