Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Disney Marathon 2013: Race Recap

I did it! I finished my first marathon! And I smiled for all the race photographers!
I already wrote about the expo and getting to the start. I left off just as I was waving goodbye to Mickey and starting on my Marathon journey. This is going to be long. Read what you'd like, but I'm putting it all out there to look back on later, and for first time marathoners.

I included my splits from my Garmin in the recap, and I've also got a bunch of thoughts down below as well. For now, I thought I'd start with the race recap every few miles. I didn't bring my camera with me, but I'll share the official race photos that I bought in another post (they're not ready to download yet and I wanted to share this). Tim snapped a video of me in the Magic Kingdom, so that is in this post.
As I started, the temperature was around 65*, and the humidity was 100%. It was not ideal running weather.
Miles 1-3
People had told me before the race that for the first few miles my legs would feel amazing and I would have to hold myself back. I had experienced it before in previous races that I had trained and tapered for, so I knew what it should feel like. Disappointment ensued when I realized that my legs didn't feel like that at all. The first two to three miles included some serious weaving around people going a pace quite a bit slower than what I wanted to be going. When I was able to get into any rhythm at all I'd feel like I was going too fast, look down, and see a 9:40 or 9:50 on my watch. That pace on long runs had been easy peasy, and many of my long runs averaged at least 20-30 seconds faster than that.
I had two thoughts during these first couple of miles:

a. My Garmin must be picking up satellite from someone else's pace. There's no way that a 9:45 feels like this right now.
b. Oh no. It's humid. This is going to be a long race.

When I hit mile one on my Garmin and was already a little bit before mile marker one on the course, I knew the weaving had been pretty serious. When I saw that I had run that mile in 9:49, I realized my Garmin was not in fact picking up someone else's signal. And when I thought about how I felt, I just decided that even if this pace didn't feel easy at first, it would probably start to feel easier later (LIES!).

Miles 4-6:
The approach to the Magic Kingdom wasn't as bad as I had remembered from the relay last year, but there was a pretty nice hill to get up before hitting ticketing and transportation. This was the first of the huge crowds, and that was a nice mental boost that I needed just at the right time. As we passed the Contemporary and entered the Magic Kingdom, I started looking out hardcore for mom and Tim. This was the only spot where we had planned for them to be, so I didn't want to miss them. The crowds running were still thick, so I stayed to the left where the spectators were. I had kept my headphones off to this point to make sure that I saw them. I heard Tim yell! And for 5 seconds of those numerous hours I had spectators cheering just for me. Here's the video Tim captured of me running through Magic Kingdom:
video
Leaving the headphones out for this time was kind of funny, as I heard a guy chanting phrases in very scary sounding voices. He was taking himself far too seriously at this point, saying things like, "don't call it a comeback, I never left!" as though someone had personally offended him. For Pete's sake, we were running through the Magic Kingdom!

When we got to the castle (a lot earlier this year because of the new route), another guy yelled out, "well! We've all signed up to run 26.2 miles for this moment!" That encouraged me to stop to get a picture with the castle. That's why my mile 6 split was a bit higher. It was the only picture I stopped for for the whole race, but I decided that I needed it to signify this race for me. There was a bit of a line and it ate up 20 or 30 seconds, but I'm glad I did it; I'd do it again.

Miles 7-9:
I saw Mary, what was volunteering in the cheer squad, at mile 6.5, and it boosted my spirits. She ran with me for a second and I told her that I didn't think I was going to be meeting my time goals today and that I had stopped for a castle pic, but she said I was doing great and looked good! After those encouraging words, I pressed on (it was a theme of the day). 

Mile signs 7 and 8 came and went, and though the pace felt harder, I was pleasantly surprised with how quickly the miles seemed to be going by. At about 8.5 I cursed pacing groups forever, as I got stuck behind the 4:15 Galloway group who walked and took up an entire water stop. I said a few less than ladylike words and ran around them. Soon, we would approach the speedway and a huge sign warning us of a steep hill ahead. I was hoping it was a joke and that it would be a downhill. It was! But unfortunately right at the bottom was a super steep uphill of the same height. 

Then, we were on the speedway. There were tons of cars parked along it, including the cars from Disney's Cars! It was tempting to stop for a picture, but I decided not to to try to maintain my time. It was daunting to see how big the speedway was! You don't realize how big they are until you're running a race on one. Soon, though, we were off and running the Animal Kingdom!

Miles 10-12:
The sun was finally peeking out a little bit and the humidity was dropping to an incredibly dry 95% or so, and I finally started feeling better. There was a bit of a cloud cover, and for the only time the whole day, I looked down at saw an 8:XX on my watch. I pulled myself back a little bit. During this time I ran into Kate, the girl that I had spoken to for a little at the start. We discussed that it was not a great day for a marathon, what our favorite parks were, and what we do. It was nice to have company for a mile or two. I told her right before we entered Animal Kingdom that I'd have to pull back because I couldn't keep this pace up. 

Nothing exciting happened during this time, and there were very few spectators along the back freeways of Disney.

Miles 13-15:
Running through the park was fun, but somehow I was hoping it would cause me immense relief and a boost of speed; it did neither. It was a bit hard running on the rock that made up the sidewalk of Animal Kingdom. I loved seeing the rides, and I enjoyed all the different cast members and characters that were dressed up. I again kept thinking about stopping but knew I'd be doing the Princess in around a month and would get another shot then.

When I left the Animal Kingdom I suddenly realized that the cloud cover was gone. The sun was out in full blast, and the temps were probably in the high 60's by that point. I read somewhere that when you're running it feels like it's 15-20 degrees warmer, so I basically knew we were in for a scorcher. 

One of my favorite moments on this long stretch from Animal Kingdom to Wide World of Sports was seeing the mile 14 sign. Up to that point in my racing career, the highest mileage sign I've ever seen was 13 for the half marathons! Suddenly, I was at 14! And I realized I still had 12.2 to go. It got real at that moment, and that's when I pulled back a little more. This was a key moment that I'll definitely look back on for future races. It was the moment that I realized I actually was running a full marathon and that I couldn't maintain that pace that I had set out with in the temperatures and with the humidity that we were experiencing. It was somewhere along this stretch that a man at a water stop was just opening bottles of Dasani and pouring it on people's heads instead of having us pour cups ourselves. It was great.

Miles 16-19:
After the freeway overpasses that felt like hills to the sun, my mind started playing trick on me. I had to walk for one minute at mile 17. I decided at that point that I would run walk intervals of 9 minutes run 1 minute walk. That worked for a few times before I decided that I would just walk for thirty seconds at each water stop and at each mile marker. 

Running through Wide World of Sports was hard. There were so many turns and twists, and running around a track and baseball field were daunting by this point. I had picked up a sponge they were handing out right before mile marker 17, so I carried it through these miles wiping my face and neck as I went. It was also during this time that I had to stop for five seconds at a medical tent for a kleenex (I had had a cold the week before, and I was probably at about 90% health when I started).

Around Champions Stadium was a loose rubbery-like substance that was a bit hard to run in, but there were a lot of crowds in the stand, so again that pumped me up a little bit. I do remember at one point, though, I heard the announcer say, "You're all looking great!" and I said fairly loudly, "No we're not." Someone did look at me kind of funny, but I'll be darned if they weren't thinking the same thing. 

It was during this time though that I realized I had hit the wall. I was getting a bit delusional and at one point decided that I was going to take my phone out of my arm band, call my mom, and tell her that I couldn't do it anymore. When that thought subsided somewhere along the way, I decided that as soon as I finished I would be quitting my job and spending my time sitting on the couch. At one point I also swore I would never run again. As though perfectly timed, I saw a guy with a sign that said "Humpty Dumpty had wall issues too...". I appreciated it at that moment, though it didn't get me through the wall.

Miles 20-22:
Just like everyone had told me and I had refused to believe, mile 20 came, and I thought to myself, "there's absolutely no way in hell I can run another 6.2 miles". At that moment the distance from one mile marker to another felt like a marathon in itself. The mile 20 spectacular was okay; I don't know what I was expecting, but between a Mickey hot air balloon, shouting our names at Champion Stadium, and six big glitter puppets I just couldn't figure out what to think. I ran under the Mile 20 banner and I just wanted an ice pop or something. I definitely think Disney could have sprung for a Mickey shaped ice pop for each of us. That would have been unprecedented, and much appreciated. 
I'm not in any of these pictures, but my twitter friend Jill shared the ones her husband took of she and the Corral G group! They had a ball. Jill and Marcia are shown with the Mike Wozawski puppet above. Thanks so much for letting me show these on my blog Jill!

Though the screws fell off at mile 18, the wheels fell off the bus at mile 22. Looking at my splits for these miles I'm shocked that I never hit above 12 minutes for a mile. Though I was walking every few minutes, I never let myself walk for more than one minute at a time, and I couldn't slow my run down slower than 10:00-10:30/mile because it hurt too much physically to go slower. My hips were screaming at me, but only in a "we're running a marathon!" way, not in a "we're injured! stop!" kind of way.

The 4:30 pacing group passed me up a freeway on-ramp to the mile 22 marker, and I would have been more phased if someone had told me that there were in fact ice pops up ahead. I couldn't have cared less at that very moment, even though 4:30 had been my C goal going into this whole mess.

Miles 23-26.61 (because I just decided to run an extra .41 miles after the finish line. No wait. I ran an extra .41 miles along the course):
This should have been the most exciting part of the race. We ran through Hollywood Studios, past the Boardwalk Hotel, and through Epcot. Both parks were open, and there were SO many people cheering with fabulous and witty signs. I really can't tell you much about it besides that I had to walk more than I wanted. Again, I don't know how my splits stayed under 12 minutes. If you had asked me to guess my mile times on each of those miles I would have staked my life's savings (which isn't much after signing up for all these Disney races) that they were 13-14 minute miles. I just wanted to live, though at the time I thought passing out right then and there might have been a better option.

I cannot tell you how hard these last few miles were. What I can tell you is that I was not sure that I was going to finish this race until I was actually crossing the finish line. I remember seeing the finish line and still questioning if I was going to make it there. I made myself run the last .5 or so miles without any walking, and it almost killed me. I think I tried crying when I crossed the finish line, but there was no liquid left in my body. I got my medal, saw mom and Tim, got my food, and after walking around for a couple of minutes, just wanted to sit down. So I did.

My final time was 4:36:00, which is an average pace of 10:32 per mile.
Fueling:
I forgot to mention the fueling strategy that I had. I took a Gu at mile 6, 12, and 18 and ate two honey stingers every two miles with water. By the time I hit 18 though I just couldn't eat anymore. I felt so full. I drank water and powerade at every stop starting around 14 and ate a dark chocolate mini Hershey they were handing out at mile 23. I've never tasted candy so delicious in my whole entire life. I had carried endurolytes with me, and since salt was crystalizing on me as I was sweating my insides away, I decided to take that salt tab at mile 22 or 23. To be honest the last 6.2 miles just blurred together.

Thoughts:
I've heard from many people that the heat that day made things a bit worse than normal, but I can honestly tell you that I've never experienced something so difficult in my entire life. The last 6.2 miles of a marathon are what turn girls into men. Not women, but full fledged men. I had heard about it, and I had thought to myself, "Oh, I'm sure it's hard". No, it's not hard; it's like nothing you've ever experienced in your entire life. Pushing through those last miles is both a mental and physical struggle, and at the time, I just didn't know how much longer I was going to last. 

That being said, after crossing that finish line and giving myself time to let it sink in, I've come to realize that this experience will always be a milestone for me and a shining moment in my memories. It's something that I worked for 18 weeks to accomplish, and the race itself was a celebration of all of the tough work. Though it didn't go as I had hoped as far as my three time goals were concerned, I crossed that finish line running and with a smile on my face. And I had a smile on my face in almost all race pictures that I've seen. I only write about how tough it was to make myself remember. I don't think anything anyone could have said would have made me give up those time goals, and looking back I know I'd make them all again. So this is just my own personal reminder, because about three hours after my race I was already calculating my future race plans and figuring out how to improve upon that performance.

I am blessed to be able to run, and I am blessed to have had this amazing experience in less than amazing weather. There are so many things that I learned in this race that I can't wait to implement in my next marathon. I don't know when it will be, but I've got some thoughts in the back of my head. I am so proud of myself after all of the hard work that I put in to earn this. I can't believe that I finally did it. After all of the time I spent thinking about it, planning it, working for it, dreaming about it, and of course, running, it came, and now it has gone. It's a little bittersweet in a way.

I'm going to post a separate post on things I learned in my first marathon and things that I will do differently in my next. That being said, I'm so pleased with all of my preparation, and I think it was things that were out of my control that really pushed me over my C goal on Sunday. I did meet my main goal after all--to finish. And now, I'm a marathoner!

Will I do it again? Absolutely!
And will I post more about it? You can bet on it!
Any questions or comments? I feel like I'm leaving stuff out, but after looking at the length of the post I'm not sure it's possible.

Official race photos to come!

47 comments:

Karen said...

Great job on finishing!! You took the circumstances that race day gave you and you adjusted, some people don't do that, blow up real badly and don't even finish but you did!! Congrats. :) I can't imagine having a time goal for a race as distracting and crowded as Disney. I'd want to stop for EVERYTHING.

Taylor said...

Yay!!! Congratulations!! Amazing job despite the circumstances. Really proud and happy for this great achievement!! (And even through all the tough times you had in this recap, I'm still really pumped about running!! I get like that when I read good running posts or race recaps!)

Gretchen said...

Congratulations! :)

Sneakers2Sandals.com said...

I love this post! you had an awesome time girl! I think marathons are supposed to be very very difficult :) that's why only the elite few like you can do it!!

Lydia - Running Wild(er) said...

Congratulations!!! I know that time wasn't what you planned for BUT that is still an amazing time - especially for your first marathon! Be proud girl!!!

Olivia TLGOY said...

Congratulations on finishing your marathon! This was such an inspirational post to me because I've always wanted to take part in the Disney Princess run, and now I feel like its possible to train and accomplish my own running goals. Congrats again girl!!

xo Olivia
This Looks Good On You

Run DMT said...

I often describe the pain of a marathon like giving birth. It's toughest, most difficult physical and mental pain you will ever endure, but you push through it. And eventually, you forget the pain, but you hold onto the glory and beauty of it and you willingly do it all over again and again.

Great recap and FANTASTIC finish time! WAY TO GO! And yes, you are a MARATHONER!

jennifer said...

AMAZING job, Meghan!!! So proud of your accomplishment and only you would know how to pull off looking great even after 26.6 miles! ;)

According to Jax said...

You are amazing. That is all. :)

Lynda @ Hit The Road Jane said...

Incredible recap. Thank you for being so candid and telling us exactly what it felt like. I'm doing my first marathon this year and reading about the experiences people have is helping. Congrats on your marathon! The pain is now over and you earned that medal!!!

Amanda said...

Thanks for the recap! You did an amazing job, and even though you didn't hit your goal time, you pushed through and finished! I'm not going to lie, reading this makes me a little scared of my upcoming marathon. ha. But in a weirdly good way. I'm only in week 2 of training (the marathon is in April), but reading this makes me excited to accomplish it! Very inspiring.

Beka said...

Thank you for being real in this post!! All the negatives and positives are so good to hear for someone about to embark on the same journey. Great recap of the expo and race. I'm so proud of you! A-M-A-Z-I-N-G job!

Kat @ S and F said...

I was so proud of you as I saw your tracking on my phone! You were smart and pushed through a very very hard and hot day! You're a MARATHONER!! What what!!

Meghan said...

Congrats on finishing!!

Emily grapes said...

This is a great recap! I love your honestly in every part of it. I have no doubt it was excruciating to do.

A girl I knew years ago would run them all the time and she said her toe nails would fall off and or bleed and that at the end you experience just what you said. eek

its amazing you finished! What a great accomplishment!
Emily at Amazing Grapes

Ericka @ The Sweet Life said...

Congratulations! So exciting to read your recap. I love reading them, especially first ones. Very jealous you did Disney and very happy for you! Glad you want to do another!

Erin said...

Wow!! Congratulations on finishing. Those last 6.2 miles can be tough!!

Rana Nigon said...

Congratulations!! You are amazing for completing this no matter what! You are a marathoner now! This is so inspiring thank you :)

lpnedwards said...

You are such a rockstar! I loved this recap and you should feel so proud of yourself for pushing through those tough miles!! When's your next marathon?? ;)

The Unlikely Runner said...

Congratulations!!! I am so happy for you even though it was a rough day and you didn't quite make your goals. You were very close and I'm quite certain that had the weather not been so bad you would have definitely made it! Disney I'm sure is an awesome race to experience but I've heard many people say mixed things about it being a first marathon, however I think you did well out there despite that hard day! You are a marathoner!!! Yay! :)

Katie said...

This is awesome!! Even though it wasn't perfect for you, it's SUCH an incredible accomplishment. As someone who is trying to run her first 5k this year, I'm in awe!! :)

Jill Barnes said...

I think you did amazing! You have been training so well and I agree, all you can do is do the best YOU can do with what you are given (weather & crowded course) and you did.

I still cannot believe you didn't stop for any character pictures! We stopped for probably 75% of them...but then again, my only goal was to finish before being swept not to compete for actual time. ;)

Looking forward to Princess too!

Sar said...

You're such an inspiration, Meghan!

But I gotta say, "Don't call it a comeback, I never left!" made me laugh out loud in my office.

So proud of you!

Lauren said...

Congrats, this is such an amazing accomplishment!!! Enjoyed hearing all about it :-)

Jessica said...

It is so impressive that you completed your 1st marathon! I have read that this race had very hard conditions to run in but you did it! Congrats!

Jenny said...

Congrats!! You did it!! I enjoyed reading your very honest recap. And love reading that you are going to do another marathon! You go girl (or man???) ;)

Jina said...

Congratulations! This is so amazing. The marathon distance is so scary to me, but you did it! You rock!

Dara said...

great post Meghan! Even though I only ran a 1/2, I felt similar to you at the end. I knew I was going to finish, but it was really hard to keep going. Unfortunately my pace was nowhere near as good as yours was! You did awesome. Your comment about the guy talking about the comeback or whatever reminded me about this guy on the course when I was running who was telling some long joke and we wanted to hear the end of it but we were faster than him, so we never did! lol.

Amy @ A Glimpse of the Gouglers said...

You're a MARATHONER!!! Loved reading about your experience and you seriously pushed in nasty weather. I'm so impressed. I ran a 30K in December with similar conditions (100% humidity starting temps at 65 degrees) and it sucked. I wanted to quit at mile 14 and almost did at mile 16. I couldn't imagine having to go further than 18.6 miles. You seriously rock. I'm really really proud of you!!!

Laura @ Mommy run fast said...

You had such a similar experience to my first marathon... it was the hardest thing I ever did, and I was certain I would never do another one. But you did it! What an accomplishment. Especially in that heat. Congrats again!!

Tammy said...

Congratulations on your first Marathon! I will be running my first Half next month in the Princess. Maybe we will get an opportunity to say hi! As a Florida Native, I can confirm, running in humidity bites! I love your matter of fact real post. Nothing worth doing is ever easy and there is no need to sugar coat your success of a huge obstacle with gum drops and sugar kisses! Great job!

Jessica said...

You did amazing. Congrats! You gave me extreme flashbacks to some of my first Marathon thought. I was grouchy and that wall was horrible after mile 20. But it's never that awful of an experience that we don't do it again! Welcome to the marathoners club! :-)

We Run Disney said...

Awesome recap Meghan and you had a fantastic first time for a marathon. Glad you are thinking of your second since you definitely have running talent. Enjoy your beautiful medal, they are so pretty! :)

Kristin W said...

I appreciate the scare here. I needed a swift kick/reality check with my marathon thoughts. I know I'll eventually give it a try, but there's no need to rush into it. I mean comparing my two halfs, I probably was not adequately prepared for the first, and it felt like hell. I need to keep working to get to the running place that feels right for me and go from there.

Thanks so much for the honesty.

Abby said...

You did great. My first was 5:15ish there and horrid. I really hurt something during the race. My goal now is a 4:30. I cannot believe you did just that in the heat! Woohoo!

Ari @ Ari's Menu said...

And now I'm crying AGAIN!! Great recap, and amazing job girl!! All I know is that everyone keeps telling me you never know what will happen in the marathon--especially the last 6.2, but it gives you a great place to start from and some valuable lessons for the next time. BE PROUD!!! You earned it!

katielookingforward.com said...

Way to go!! I found your blog through Meals and Miles and will have to back up so I can read your training posts! I'm running my first marathon in June! (which is ideal Minnesota running time) Congratulations on your finish, and I am super jealous of your time!

Junebugpins said...

You took so much time to recap this! What a great Marathon you had!! You ARE a Marathoner! :c) Congratulations on a fantastic RUN through Disney...
Love that you did stop for that Castle pic!
Love your medal...its a beauty!

Caitlyn Connolly said...

Woohoo!!! Congrats again!! I'm so proud of you for meeting your goal and still stopping to take a pic! ;) I'm excited for the princess race next!!

Curly Pink Runner said...

I love this post! You are a marathoner!!
I am loving reading all your marathon thoughts........definitely going to remember them for my first in April!

Bridgette Nicole said...

Girl, you did awesome!! I just ran my first marathon a year ago and it was the best experience of my life!! You've joined the 26.2 club and you got to do it the Disney way, LUCKY GIRL! :)
-Bridgette
http://bridgettenicole.blogspot.com

Crystal said...

I have been wanting to read this for several days...but needed the time to really read it and pay attention.

I love your raw honesty. No one wants to run that kind of a race but everyone does. You know?

I appreciate all your words and they will be in the back of my mind when I'm running my first marathon in 5 weeks.

You're amazing. I'm so unbelievably proud of you and your accomplishment. You overcame the heat, the pain, the wall, and you became a marathoner. Great job!

Heather said...

YAY! You did it! Congratulations! I can't even imagine running a full marathon. I'm going to be running the Disney Princess Half and I'm freaking out over that. Congratulations for such a great accomplishment!

Jen said...

This is amazing! You should be so proud of yourself. Seriously! What can you not do now??

Jen said...

This is amazing! You should be so proud of yourself. Seriously! What can you not do now??

Desi said...

I just now read this and The last 6.2 miles of a marathon are what turn girls into men. made me SPIT OUT MY COFFEE I laughed so hard.

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