On Saturday morning, I ran the Right to Run 19k in Seneca Falls. I finished the race in 1:44:56 which is technically a PR, because this very well may be the first nineteen kilometer race in the world. This was my first race back in the Finger Lakes since the Can Lake 50 in the fall, and it is always a very pretty place to run.

Unfortunately my per mile pace was a bit slower than my average from the Flower City Half two weeks ago. I don’t have the splits to confirm it, but I am fairly sure that I started the race way too fast, and then finished way too slow.

My next two races are the Black Creek Dirt Cheap on May 18th, and the Buffalo Marathon on May 29th.