Rock 'n' Roll Providence - Half Marathon
August 19, 2012
|7||101||Stephanie Pezzullo||Charlotte, NC||01:15:17|
|37||1348||Laura Hutchinson||Holyoke, MA||01:24:39|
|46||1349||Sally Dupere||Watertown, MA||01:26:22|
|49||108||Carrie Birth Cb||Providence, RI||01:26:50|
|223||2076||Allyson Rafferty||Taunton, MA||01:38:50|
|278||1246||Kristin Austin||Providence, RI||01:40:51|
|281||1248||Sarah Heverly||North Attleboro, MA||01:40:52|
|291||3420||Erin Bernard||Providence, RI||01:41:05|
|308||2245||Jennifer Burling||Warren, RI||01:41:39|
|312||1282||Celia Crowley||Rumford, RI||01:41:42|
|333||1080||Kate Diogo||Rehoboth, MA||01:42:08|
|347||1188||Erin Grigsby||Newport, RI||01:42:34|
|371||1151||Katie Lynch||West Roxbury, MA||01:43:03|
|377||1020||Deanna Koestel||New York, NY||01:43:08|
|380||2134||Kristen Fantasia||Milton, MA||01:43:12|
|381||1290||Melissa Jaynes||Salem, MA||01:43:12|
|385||2222||Shawnessy Dusseau||Locke, NY||01:43:20|
|388||5434||Jenn Blazejewski||Cambridge, MA||01:43:20|
|394||1434||Vera Kuipers||New York, NY||01:43:34|
|404||2149||Kimberly Goulet||Lincoln, RI||01:43:51|
|448||2251||Jolene Alves||Cumberland, RI||01:44:51|
|452||3339||Gina Bencivenga||Plainville, MA||01:45:02|
|458||1145||Elisabeth Allison Jamieson||Hanson, MA||01:45:09|
|462||2086||Jennifer Lafond||Slatersville, RI||01:45:10|
|469||1303||Amanda McMeniman||Hampstead, NH||01:45:18|
How to Recover From Your Race
Burnout can ruin your training cycle. Follow these guidelines to stay healthy.
Recovery is important, even when you're feeling great and have some momentum built up.
Recovery is just as important as going for a run, so be sure to include this in your workout routine.
Don’t let an injury leave you wallowing. Get through it and let it prove just how tough you are.
As a runner, you need to be informed of your unique iron needs.
Most runners train too hard, too often.
In training as in life, sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.
Are you taking your time away from running seriously enough?
Maximize your training and progress with optimal recovery practices.
Recovery is the neglected performance enhancer, and proper nutrition is the best recovery enhancer.