glad that we ran together as a group, about 30 runners.
We used the university tracks. That's the best way for
training in the rain. And some kids were training with
their coach as well. We can tell the difference from their
running, so young, and energetic, and fast. But they
should be amazed by those 30+, 40-60 old people
running in the rain. I even ran a few meters with them
for the similar speed. Maybe they were tied, and I
was not all out because I would rather run slowly in the
The watch was stopped either by my sleeves or
when we stopped during two miles break. Anyway,
I should run 6 miles, not just 4. At the end of the run,
I could not stop the watch because of the rain.
For the mile 6, I did not run that fast, this is the speed of the car.
I stopped the watch after getting home. But I did finish
at least 4 miles plus a few laps on the track. So should be