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Dopey Challenge -Week 10

I'm officially done with the tenth week of Dopey Challenge training.  It's hard to believe I've been at this for around two and a half months.  It's depressing when I think that I still have three and a half months to go!

It was a good week for training.  I was able to complete all of my runs feeling reasonably strong.  (There's only so strong you can feel after a 15-miler).  I'm counting down the days until I'm in Walt Disney World in two weeks and worrying about how I'll get all my training in!

Here's the week in review:

Monday: 4.6 miles

Tuesday: 7.2 miles

Wednesday: 10 miles

Thursday: 15.2 miles

Friday: 7 miles

Saturday: 3 miles with Nicole

Sunday: 9 miles with Nicole

Total Weekly Mileage: 56 miles

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