Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Race Report: Lake Tahoe Marathon

I know I didn't get a chance to check in with all of you last week - so my apologies!  I know I have said this before, but working from home seems to take more time out of my day than I ever imagined!  I kept meaning to sit down and blog or read a few more but something always got in the way!  Especially when I was trying to pack and get ready for the race ;)  Sit down and grab a drink, this is going to be long!

I left all by my lonesome on Friday morning to head up to Tahoe.   Lake Tahoe is about a four hour drive for us.  I wanted to get a run in before the race in the altitude.  They say that either you go up RIGHT before a race in altitude (like that same day) or you need to give yourself a few weeks to get acclimated.  Well, I didn't have the luxury of either of those options, so I just decided to give myself as long as a head start as I could with the elevation.  My run on Friday afternoon when I got there was hard!  I was sucking hard for air - it felt like I was smoking a cigarette while running!  I managed 5.5 miles before I called it quits.  It worried me a bit, but there was really nothing more I could do to prepare myself for the elevation and altitude.

The hubbs joined me late Friday night and by Saturday morning we were up early to go and help crew for Sam who was running the Lake Tahoe Triple that weekend for Operation Jack.  If you're new to my blog, I've been supporting Sam all year on his quest to run 61 marathon's in honor of his son Jack and to raise money for Train 4 Autism.  Saturday was day 2 of the Triple for Sam and he needed some one to come out and crew.  The Tahoe Tripple consists of running around Lake Tahoe in three days - covering a marathon each day.  Only the crazies do it!  Or in this case, Sam ;)  Day 2 is considered to be the "easier" of the Marathon's but really, running three marathons in three days in crazy altitude with crazy elevation changes is never easy.  And the hard part about the Tripple is that day 1 and day 2 don't have the roads closed and there are no official aid stations.  The runners are basically running along the side of the twisty, steep and dangerous side of the road for two days.  Since there is no official aid stations either, the runners are encouraged to have a crew driving along with them.  We were the day 2 crew for Sam.  It was so much fun to be out there with all of those inspiring runners.  Some were super speedy (like Sam) while others took it as a beautiful walk around the Lake for three days.  Either way, they were some pretty awesome peeps.
Sam at the start of day 2 - Spooner Lake

At the start line - it was about 44 out - perfect
We carried Sam's Gatorade and met him in Incline Village around mile 11.5.  At this point he was in 4th!  The first guy was super speedy but we knew he could move up easily.  We handed off his water and sent him to the finish!
It was just beautiful running and spectating there!
Sam told us he was good to go to the finish so Ari and I headed back to the hotel to rest up - but not before some great pancakes!  We spent the afternoon napping and walking Lilly.  The weather was beautiful.  I decided on pizza as my pre-run dinner with a big salad.  I think this was the perfect dinner the night before.  I had no probs in the morning or during the race.

I slept really good the night before - something that usually NEVER happens the night before a marathon for me.  I woke up around 5 and had my usual peanut butter toast and coffee.  It was a bit chilly out when we left the hotel to pick up Sam - around 37 out.  But as soon as we started driving around the lake it started to warm up as the sun came up and the temps were about 45 or 47 at the start - again, perfect running temps.

The Sunday marathon starts at Common's Beach in Tahoe City.  It is right on the lake.  The marathon had about 400 runners to start.  Not a big crowd, but a little bigger than last year I could tell.  We brought Sam with us to the start and posed for some pre-race pics together.
Notice I'm all bundled up and Sam is in a race tank!
Lilly set to crew and cheer her mamma on!
On the beach at the start

The start had a great National Anthem and then with a big shot gun we were off!  The first 9 miles are all pretty flat and I was hoping to keep it in the 8:30's here to bank some time.  Along this point, I met a man named Jim who was from San Diego and we exchanged goals.  My plan was to run a fast first half and then bank some time for the second (harder) half.  It was nice to have the company and have some one to talk to.  From mile 1 to around 7 we were winding through some neighborhoods and on a bike path.  My legs felt great and I was feeling really good.  I knew I could have ran faster but I just wanted to stay on pace and enjoy the scenery.
At around mile 7 we came out from the bike path and onto highway 89 which goes around the Lake.  The South bound lanes are open but the north bound lanes are closed for us.  That doesn't mean a few cars don't get by but the crowd thins out so much that you don't have to worry about getting to the edge.
View of the lake around mile 6
At mile 7 (Jim is in the yellow)
At mile 7 I changed out my handheld and ate a half of PB&J.  It was hard to get down and I wasn't hungry but knew I needed to get it in me.  At this point Jim was worrying about the pace but I told him to hang on to the half because it was just going to get harder and our pace would naturally slow.

I think my paces were all below 9 at this point and I was happy with that.  Around mile 11 there is a small climb where my pace was definitely around 9:30 going up, but I wanted to conserve anyway and not bonk early.  It was just beautiful and peaceful out and I had to keep reminding myself to look around and enjoy the scenery.  I hit the half at exactly 1:50, which I was thrilled with.  That meant I could run the second half in 2:10 and still come in at 4 hours.  At mile 13.5 or so the hills (or mountains!) started coming.  I wanted to hold my pace as best as I could but not be a slave to my time.  I was turning over pretty well and just enjoying it.  At mile 14 though, my back and shoulders started hurting.  They had sharp, aching pains and I couldn't figure it out.  Around this time I told Ari to meet ahead with some tiger balm I packed.  He met me at mile 15 with a new handheld, a PB&J and rubbed Tiger Balm all over my lower back and shoulders.  It felt soooo good.  Exactly what I needed. 

Mile 15.2 brings on the dreaded Hill from Hell.  There are signs at the bottom of it "welcoming" you and telling you your elevation - 6200'.  I started here to walk/run.  My back was still killing me.  I think it was due to my labored breathing from the altitude.  I also started getting sick to my stomach - which is the first signs of altitude sickness.  I tried to stay focus, sip my Nunn and just keep moving.  The hill never ends.  At mile 16.2 there is a sign that says 6800' and "Welcome to Purgatory."  Yeah, it felt like that because we still had over a half mile of climbing.  This is where I lost Jim.  He had to stop.  I kept my walk/run thing going and plugging along.  Finally, at the top, at mile 16.8 and 7400' was the top!  Ari was waiting for me and I pulled over for some more Tiger Balm.  I don't know if it did any good physically, but mentally that little break was good for me.  I told myself I was now in the single digits and I could do it - but I was draining quickly.

The sun was out now and although we were in the shade for a lot of it, it was getting warm.  I was still sick to my stomach and could barely drink.  After the Hill from Hell you would think it would get easier, but really the hills keep coming.  I told myself that when I got to mile 20 it was just a 10K left and it was all down hill.

At mile 18 we got to Emerald Bay!  It was gorgeous!  The lake was so blue and the scenery was breath taking.
The view at mile 18
Walk/running to catch my breath

When you wind around Emerald Bay you are greeted with one of the last hard climbs of the race.  It is straight up!  At this point Jim caught me again and we ran /walked at this point.  I ate some oranges from Ari and I could see my goal pace slipping away.  But the funny thing is, I was okay with it.  I was ENJOYING the whole thing even though I my back was killing me and my stomach was sick.  We passed a photographer together and started running for the camera!  LOL!  And from there I just picked up my feet and didn't stop running until mile 20.  At the top of mile 20 you have Lake Tahoe to your left and Echo Lake to your right - stunning!  And literally, from here, it is all down hill or flat to the end!

The down hill from here though is quite hard.  It is straight down hill with a ton of switch backs.  Ari told me I was in the top 20 women at this point and that gave me the boost I needed.  My other goal for the race was to be in the top 25 finishing.  I wanted the jacket!  I used the down hills for some big momentum and was back to 8 minute miles at this point.  My legs actually were feeling awesome the whole time.  They never cramped, they never felt tired, it was just my back.  The pounding of the down hills and the labored breathing were hard.  Again, at this point I lost Jim.  We vowed to see each other at the finish line.

The last 5K is ran along the bike bath all along the beaches.  Again, I can't describe how beautiful and peaceful it is.  The crowd was pretty thinned out at this point, even though we had some half marathon peeps, some 20 miler peeps and 10K peeps joining us.  The water and aid stations were also really cute.  I couldn't get any more Nunn down so I started taking water.  Each water station was manned by either a boy scout troop, girl scout troop or a local running team.  They were so cute!  And they all dressed up and were really encouraging!  I took some oranges from Ari before we were off the road for good and told him I would see him at the finish.

I was attempting to do the math in my head at this point to see how close I could get to 4.  The reality is, I wasn't going to get too close.  I was okay with that.  I was still enjoying everything and still moving.  I think my walk/run at the Hill from Hell and Emerald Bay really did in my goal time, but I know now that it really saved my legs and energy.  At this point of the race were were winding through Camp Richardson and Valhalla.  Valhalla is a big museum of one of the first homes built on Lake Tahoe.  It's quite grand and the grounds are beautiful.  With about 2 miles to go I came across a couple that I had see-sawed with the whole race.  The wife was in pain and started walking.  As I passed her I told them, "Less than 20 minutes and we're at the finish!"  Just as I said that some fat-ass guy who was visiting the museum with his family shouts out, "Ha!  I finished an hour ago!"  I was mad!  We were all out there tackling the hardest course and at mile 24 of a marathon!  I yelled back at him some not so nice words.  He told me too cool it then I told him to get his fat ass out here and run a marathon!  A few hundred yards up his boys were sitting on a bench and told me that was their dad.  I said to them right to there face, "your dad is a jerk!"  They laughed and said, "yeah, he sure is!"  Maybe not my best moment as a human being, but what a jerk!

With just those last couple of miles left I knew I didn't have much time to beat my PR so I put my head down and ran.  There are some good rollers in here and I attempted to just keep moving.  I was passing a ton of peeps at this point - including a girl about my age who I had been ahead of for a while and then she passed me at a water station.  I had made her my target and I finally passed her!  The awesome thing about this race is that every.single.runner. is encouraging to their fellow runners.  Anytime anyone who pass each other, they would turn and say, "good job," or "looking good," or "go get 'em!"  The camaraderie out there was contagious and it is one of the reasons why I love this race.  This race is not for the faint of heart.  It's hard, it's challenging and it chews you up and spits you out.  Anyone who finishes is a rockstar.

The final .3 is down the beach path to the finish.  I looked at my watch and it said 4:14xx and I just ran as fast as I could.  Ari was on the side lines and I ran even faster as I saw him and knew I had at least PR'ed!
Coming into the finish!
I crossed the line in 4:15:05!  It felt so good!  My legs were still fresh and I was so excited that I met my goal!  I started crying right away because they handed me my coupon for being in the top 25 women!  Whoo hoo!  I was crying pretty good.  To finish that race and meet both of my goals and come in the top 25 women was the best feeling ever!  I couldn't believe it.

When I finished I knew I hadn't left it all out there and I was okay with that.  My legs were strong and mentally I knew I had done well.  I didn't beat myself up and I still came in with a great time on such a hard course.  I LOVE this race.  If you ever have the chance to run it, do it!  It is so humbling, so beautiful and such an accomplishment.

I found Ari and Sam right away.  Sam did awesome!  Read his recap here and drop him a line!  Three marathon's in three days on the hardest course around!  He came in third overall for the Triple!  I soaked my legs in the Lake - the perfect ice bath!  And made some new friends as we went over the race together.  Everyone as this race is so nice and encouraging - the best way to finish a race!

I lost my tear tag on the course!  So, right now they have my right bib# and my right location and time but the wrong name!  I already talked to the race director and it will be fixed this week.  It was kind-of a let down to not see my actual name on the sheet but I'm okay with that, my bib# saved me and the time is right ;)
Final stats:
26.2 miles 4:15:05 - 9:42/mi pace
22 woman and 83/340 overall

At the finish with Sam!

I couldn't be happier with that, and my Garmin had the exact same time and distance, the course was true to the Garmin distance.


My top 25 finisher Windbreaker!
The medal and the license plate frame they give you at the finish!
The medal is pretty big - it's the Lake - don't let the photo fool you!
Today my legs feel great.  I went to they gym yesterday when we got home and spun on the bike for about 45 minutes.  And today they are not sore or tight at all.   I know that I didn't leave it all out there but that is a good thing since I have Long Beach in just a couple of weeks. 

I'm really proud of how I did out there.  I ran strong and I ran smart and I wouldn't change a thing.  My back is still a bit sore but not anything like it was while I was running.  I know that it was from the different breathing and all the hills.  That is just something you cannot prepare for.

Thanks for getting through all of this! It was an awesome run and journey that I hope many of you add to your list of races some day.  I have a bit of excitement in me about next year - I think that Tripple is calling my name!  

Have a great Tuesday peeps!  I'm off to catch up with all of you!
Happy Running! 

44 comments:

Layla said...

Fantastic race! Congratulations! And you beat a pretty hardcore SWAT sergeant I know -- by almost two minutes.

aron said...

awesome job girl!! way to get both of your goals with some energy to spare :) i know you love this race!! congrats on another marathon!

Tara said...

Awesome job girl! This race scares me! haha Congrats on being in the top 25 women!

Indi said...

Sweet finishers bling!! Awesome job on the race.

Jamoosh said...

Great report and great pictures. Excellent race. Way to go Miss Top 25!

Marlene said...

This sounds like a tough but pretty amazing marathon! You ran a great race! Way to hang in there with the stomach and back issues and HUGE congrats on reaching both goals! You are a rockstar!!!

Katie said...

HA HA! I am laughing my ass off at you yelling at that fat guy because that's exactly what I would've done! Cussed his stupid ass out!! So way to go!

Congrats on a solid and amazing race! You're awesome!!

TMB @ RACING WITH BABES said...

That course looks amazing. Congrats on a great race and an awesome finish! Hugs!

Michelle Simmons said...

OK so you said it was long and I should get a drink... so I did... got my coffee and blueberry bran muffin and sat down for a good read. :) First off, congrats on a great run! WOW. Sounds beautiful! And secondly, I was laughing out loud about the fat ass comment to the guy and challenging him to run a marathon... I'm sure I would have done the same thing! HA!

Morgan said...

Dang girl!!! Top 25!!! Woot!!! That is a tough course, way to hang in there!!!

Kate said...

I moved to California in November of last year and I have to visit Lake Tahoe. Every time I see pictures I drool! That marathon looks a-m-a-z-i-n-g! :)

Jill said...

So very proud of you!!! I was smiling (and still am) so big when I got your message. I knew you could do it and I couldn't be happier for you! You ROCK!!!Love ya tons!!
xoxo

Sam Felsenfeld said...

I can't believe that guy would say that to you. "Ha ha, I'm not in shape and I can't do what you're doing, so I had to quit an hour ago!" Yeah, sweet. He doesn't have one of those windbreakers, though!

Nice job on the run. That course was no joke!

Heather said...

Congrats on an awesome race, loved your race report. :) You are a rockstar!

ajh said...

Love the windbreaker and the medal.Congrats@

Jenn said...

Great Job Katie and great race report! I am so jealous of all these beautiful runs you get to do!! One of these days...Glad your legs feel great now. Live it up!!!

twentysixandthensome.com said...

Congratulations, Katie! That's such a great time, especially given that this race is CRAZY tough!

Kristen said...

You never cease to amaze me! Congrats girl on an awesome time and top 25! The course looks tough but the views look beautiful!

I can't believe that guy had the nerve to say that - some people - just keep your mouth shut.

Becka said...

Loved the race report, congrats on a strong finish! Course looks amazing!

Denise said...

i've heard many details of this course from my friend who has done the triple twice. it sounds so grueling and yet you nailed it! congrats on a great race. you are such a strong runner and i hope you're still beaming!

and nice job calling out the jerk!! :-)

J said...

Congrats! sounds like a fantastic race!! That is awesome you were top 25 women! Way to go!

PunkRockRunner said...

I rode around that damn lake a couple of weeks back and the elevation change does add an extra level of difficulty to the task. To run a marathon, at elevation, and to finish with a solid time of 4:15:05 just goes to show that your training and determination has paid off big time.

Congratulations!!

Ron

chris mcpeake said...

congrats on a great race. Excellent report

onelittletrigirl said...

I would call that moment with the jerk dad a great day as a human being! Seriously, he deserved it. And even his kids agreed!!!!

Great race, awesome report and stunning photos!

onelittletrigirl said...

I would call that moment with the jerk dad a great day as a human being! Seriously, he deserved it. And even his kids agreed!!!!

Great race, awesome report and stunning photos!

L.B. said...

Sorry I'm just getting around to posting this but life's been a mother-effer the last two days...

Anyway...

You just need to slap a K on your chest and wear a cape, you're a superhero. Kick ass job on this marathon.

You are totally awesome. That's all there is to it. Effing awesome.

blissfulrunner said...

Sounds like an awesome race! I grew up only an hour or so from Lake Tahoe -- it's gorgeous there! Congrats on race, and for your top 25 status. :)

Angela and David said...

Awesome. What an epic race. I'd love to do it one day. Sounds like you had so much fun and congrats on achieving your goals!

MCM Mama said...

Great job on a hard marathon! Congrats on the top 25 placing. You really rocked this race.

Lori said...

Congrats! What beautiful pictures!!

Jess said...

Congrats!! What an awesome race!

Lindsey said...

Aww, one of those pictures is RIGHT AT the beach my gma used to take me to when I was a kid. And I'm pretty sure you guys ran by the naked beach place in Emerald Bay - I always remember when we'd drive by I'd try looking down the hill to see naked people, lol.

Great race!! I'd love to do that someday.

Dash said...

Sorry this is late, but Congrats to you! What a great race. They sure gave some awesome swag and it looks like a beautiful race. Way to keep trekking, those hills sound terrible!! YAY! Congrats!

Teamarcia said...

Sheesh where the heck have I been?? Sorry I'm so late! Forgive me! Anyway congrats on a great performance on a TOUGH course! You rock!

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