Crewing for Ronald

As usual, the race started on time.

๐Ÿ™‚

It took him an hour and 14 minutes for the first 10K, 61 minutes only on the 8th K marker. He was running faster than his own target pace.

@KM 20, He took a good 2 hours and 28 minutes.

All-through-out the race he was able to maintain faster-if-not-just-right-at target pace.

He was in good running condition until he gave up chasing the silver. ๐Ÿ™‚ LOLS

He’s just not interested in that. Bronze is good enough and he has already ran @ target pace except for the last 1K to finish.

It took him forever…LOLS

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Waiting for other runners of Team Boring. Never bored!

380993_617117854972365_1685234904_nAt the starting line while waiting.

399420_4579180799133_1488993211_nAt the finishline with his kids.

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A few minutes before gunstart.

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While waiting for him to arrive.

It took him 14 hours and 34 minutes to cross the finish line. The last KM is his slowest. No cramps so far. Just sleepy.

We tried hard to stay up for him. I was so sleepy when the afternoon sets in. We all wanted to end the race as soon as possible. While he pushed himself, we waited for him at every 2 to 3 kms after 75K. We really have to make sure he is well-hydrated and re-fuelled. Thank God for the success of this run, his race, and his crew. ๐Ÿ™‚

It’s not hard to crew for him. I made sure of that. ๐Ÿ™‚ He never complains, and he follows my orders. LOLS

Congrats, Bro!

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