Cherry Blossom 10 Mile Recap – Cool Statistics

That’s right, day 2 after my race – and I am STILL posting about it!  How much mileage do I think I can get out of 10 miles?

After seeing this, I wanted to post it up here for all to see!


I know that it shows me as being slow, with more people in my brackets ahead of me than behind.. But still! HOW COOL IS THIS?

I also had some information from my runtastic – which has dubious accuracy.  I started the timer while I was still in the corral, and ended it after I finished.  I also don’t know if it auto-paused while I took a picture of a sign..

Here is the course according to Runtastic:

The course!

The course!

Chart of Pace and Elevation changes:


And the ever-popular, mile splits:


And four people cheered me on as I ran!!!

I’m much less sore than I expected today – though my right foot (PF) is a bit MORE sore than yesterday.  Over all, all of my pain/soreness from today and yesterday is less than I would have expected.

Tonight?  A nice slow 3 miles or so to work the kinks out!

In case you missed it – here is my recap for the Cherry Blossom 10 Mile Race!



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9 comments on “Cherry Blossom 10 Mile Recap – Cool Statistics
  1. emmarossruns says:

    Wow – those stats are fab! It looks like some crazy hills you went over, but looking at the scale, was it more flat than that? I love stats like this-and well done on the race!

    • Robinson says:

      Thank you! It was a VERY flat course, so while the chart looks impressive, its umm.. not so much.

      In fact the only place I FELT any hill was near the very end – and that might simply have been my tired legs being annoyed!

  2. Halfathoner says:

    I get charts like that and I run in Florida, where my elevation changes along the lines of a whopping 31 feet. That’s my highest hill, but my chart makes it look like a mountain along with the 17 foot “hills.” So my chart looks impressive too, and I didn’t even know I had any hills!

    I’m impressed you passed 745 runners in the 2nd half!

  3. Mariajose says:

    Nice stats! Who cares if you were a bit slower than some? You still kicked ass! Specially, considering you barely trained lol congrats! Can’t wait to do this one next year!

  4. shazruns says:

    I love those stats

  5. runnerena says:

    So that’s what happens if you run a popular race. Most of my races have been fairly small, so they don’t have cool graphics and stats.

    • Robinson says:

      This was my first “large” race – though I just moved to the Baltimore/DC area – so I think there are a lot more in my future.

      Especially if they keep giving out such cool information!

      I bet the MCM will have some interesting stats available.

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