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Tuesday, May 3, 2016
@MalindaAnnHill's 5th Broad Street Run
70 out of 2,014 (40-44)
927 out of 18,928 women
3,992 out of 34,427 finishers
That was one wet, cold race.
Did you beat Broad Street?
Did you cheer or volunteer?
Share your story or recap in the comments and we'll add to our post!
2016 Broad Street Run Photos & Articles:
Blue Cross Broad Street Run Photos on Flickr
Broad Street Run Photos on Flickr
The 2016 Blue Cross Broad Street Run in Pictures
Broad Street Run Reflections 2016 by Alan Barr
Soaked and chilled, Broad Street runners persevere
Skippak's Crystaly Burnick wins Broad Street Run
Rain can't stop runners at Broad Street Run
Rainy Blue Cross Broad Street Run Kicks Off in Philadelphia
Blue Cross Broad Street Run on NBC Philadelphia
Slippery Sights and Results - 2016 Broad Street Run
Broad Street Run Photo Recap by Dunkin Donuts
2016 Broad Street Run Posts & Recaps:
(listed alphabetically by blog / website)
Broad Street Run 10 Mile Race Reviews on BibRave.com
2016 Broad Street Run Recap by BK
Brooklyn Runs Broad Street by Brooklyn Badass
Broad Street 10 Miler Race Recap by Burpees and Bordeaux
Broad Street Run Tips by Daily Vacationer
Broad Street Miler (1:01:59) by Fueled by LOLZ
Race Recap 5/5 by Heatsheets
Broad Street Run 2016 Race Recap by Journey to Complete Health
I Beat the Broad Street Run by Sarah Katz
Broad Street Run Recap by Lisa Catton
Broad Street is Upon Us by Mainly Running
Gasp! Could I like running?
Broad Street Ten Miler Recap by Mommy Run Fast
Broad Street Run 10 Mile Race Recap by Novel Runner
2016 Broad Street Run Review by RunPhila.com
Broad Street Run Race Recap by Run with No Regrets
Poppy's 2016 Broad Street 10 Miler Race Report by Salty Running
Philadelphia's Broad Street 10 Miler - It's Raining, It's Pouring by Scoot A Doot
Broad Street Run 10 Miler Recap by Shipp Happens
Comments from run215 Facebook Group:
This was my first race since my 5ks in high school cross country (10 years ago). After high school I gained a bit of weight and worked a desk job. I took advantage of the free donuts and celebratory pizzas one too many times. Anyway, March 2015 I finally decided to change myself. I started tracking my food and joined the gym. The first day I got on the treadmill I couldn't even run a minute! I was so out of shape and winded. Once I could finally run a mile, it was a slow one (for me). A year later here I am 53 lbs down and crushing 10 miles in the rain. I am very proud of my pace/time! Next year I plan on moving up a corral. The beginning was rough trying to get around people. I felt amazing Sunday. I stressed out thinking I couldn't do it or I would be really slow but I amazed myself and currently looking for a half to sign up for!
Alex and I ran our second tethered Broad St and beat our previous time by 2 minutes and change. Our time was 1:32:14. We've never had a rain race together and it caused a lot of anxiety for Alex the first mile. Overall though, great race with so many great spectators and volunteers in spite of the weather!
I had to transfer my bib this year :-( but I had a great time cheering on my husband, and everyone else I knew or just randomly yelled at! This was my first time actually seeing the elites during a race, which was cool. I started watching at Temple (I saw you! Can't miss the skirt!) and then hopped on the subway to get to mile 9 once I saw my honey. I made it with minutes to spare. All in all, spectating is fun but I can't wait to run it again!