TT: Fall Race Schedule


Well, these are the races that I have already signed up for… but you know me, there could be even more:

September:

Sept. 24, 2022

A brand new 5k on the rail trail where I run most of the time. It’s downhill and I just couldn’t resist signing up.


October:

Maine Marathon | Maine Half Marathon | Maine Marathon Relay

Oct 2, 2022

A rented house along the ocean with 9 running friends! I can’t wait!


22nd Annual Great Pumpkin Challenge 5K/10K

Oct. 15, 2022

Back after a two year absence… This was always a fun race.


Oct. 22, 2022

This one is a sentimental 5k (that used to be held in the spring).  It remembers the death of daughter due to an overdose. That daughter was part of a group (called STEM) that I volunteered with.


November:

Stockadeathon – 15K Road Race

Nov. 13, 2022

A popular 15k.  There aren’t many races at this distance, so why not? And it has a downhill finish….


Upstate Classic

Nov 20, 2022

This will be the 3rd year that I’ve run this local (hilly) half.  I’m a glutton for punishment.


Troy Turkey Trot 10K/5K - New York - Running

Nov 24, 2022

This 10K (and/or5k) is a holiday tradition.  Just have to run it to justify that extra piece of pumpkin pie.


December:

NYRR Ted Corbitt 15K

Dec 3, 2022

A NEW race for me. As much as I don’t relish running hills, I am looking forward to this Central Park race.  An added bonus will be the holiday light displays in NYC and seeing Cari.

Happy Running! What races are on your Fall schedule? Is one in particular your favorite?  Are there any new ones? Please share.

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Since it’s Tuesday, I’m joining the link-up organized by Zenaida and Kim (Kooky Runner)


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20 thoughts on “TT: Fall Race Schedule

  1. A good selection of races, Darlene!
    Only one race in December? I’m sure there are more coming up!
    I have a new half marathon coming up in November in South Africa. I love new races!

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  2. You have a great line up of races for fall (not surprised at all) Look forward to following along as you crush them. Best racing season. Can’t wait to see you in Maine

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  3. Wow, you have a lot of fun races coming up. The trip to Maine sounds incredible. The only race I know I’m running for sure will be the Turkey Trot- but you’re getting me inspired to add one in October!

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  4. You’ve got a packed and awesome schedule! I have one race for sure, and maybe another one when we are out of town for Thanksgiving. We will see. Marching band has definitely cramped my race schedule. Those late Friday night and early Saturday mornings are rough (but totally worth it).

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  5. Wow, you have a full race schedule! This from someone who hasn’t signed up for anything. I almost signed up to be the runner in a 70.3 triathlon relay but my friend (the cyclist) backed out. So, still nothing.

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  6. As always you have a tight race schedule and I just know, there may be a couple more added as you go along! I had a hilly race on Saturday but what I realised is that the muscle-pain the days following the race felt great – I hobbled around feeling very proud of myself, LOL! There is something quite rewarding about conquering a hilly course so good luck with all your hilly races!

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  7. No Harlem Hills in Ted unless they change the course again. Fingers crossed, although I’m actually doing some hill training. My fall schedule is that and Governors Island for Halloween. Can’t wait to see you

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