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Brian Kelleher
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  • Mechanicsville, VA
  • United States
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  • Nigel Bavin
  • Run Happy
  • Ed Carmines
 

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Profile Information

What year did you start running?
2008
How many miles per week do you run?
>25
How many days per week do you run?
5
What's your favorite distance?
50k
Name a favorite race.
RICHMOND MARATHON
What part of town do you normally run in?
DOWNTOWN
Are you a current member of RRRC?
yes
When did you first join RRRC?
2008

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At 4:42pm on March 9, 2011, Nigel Bavin said…

Brian - great thanks for that,i really enjoyed the run last night & the Tues night group is great with a very friendly group.See you next week.

Cheers, Nigel  

At 10:06am on October 27, 2010, Lee9w said…
Brian, to see upcoming club and contract races at a glance, click Races and Events at the top of the menu. Here is a link:
http://www.rrrc.org/page/rrrc-races-events

This weekend is the Downtown Ymca8k - on Sunday.

Let me know if you have any other q's.
Lee
At 12:43pm on July 13, 2010, Eileen said…
p.s. I would love to hear about your overnight marathon experiences! I wish I could go!
At 12:42pm on July 13, 2010, Eileen said…
Brian,
It was wonderful to see you at the run! Truly you are doing so fantastic in your very amazing and super running! Wishing you a marvelous day and best always! Thanks also for the always kind and good person you are!
At 10:58am on April 21, 2010, Eileen said…
Brian, Your running is truly magnificent and super outstanding! You are doing Awesome! If you see Ed, Hello from me! Take care and wishing you best always!
At 10:27am on April 19, 2010, Run Happy said…
BK-

Kind of cool telling everyone, "Hey I just ran a marathon as a training run". Yeah, I was wondering if all the 10K speed training would get you out of the gates a tad fast... And then the hills... No worries, your base is just getting better and better. A few more and "Boom Baby!" you are setting pretty on a nice PR.

I am planning 20 mile training runs on the AT May 9 and May 22. You are welcome to join me. If you can get others to join the fun, even better. I have an annual pass so anyone driving with me gets in free. The park charges $15/car load.

I ran it on 4/10 and the AT is in great shape. Big Meadow Lodge was closed, but Sky Lodge was open for business. No bears yet, just lots of deer. But come May we could see a few bears. Always fun.

M-
At 10:51am on April 18, 2010, Run Happy said…
BK-

So how was the Charlottesville marathon? I'm thinking tough off a 10K training schedule. It was rather muggy in Richmond Saturday morning, was it any better for the race?

We have got to get you back on the trails.

Run Happy
At 2:08pm on April 8, 2010, Run Happy said…
BK;

Yes, I thought it was a bit close to your marathon, but I still wanted to offer. For me, I so need to get out to the mountains to clear my head. It has been a very sad and tough week...You may have notice that company I work for has been in the news.

Please keep your thoughts and prayers for the families and friends of those that died in the WV coal mine disaster.

M-
At 11:10am on April 5, 2010, Run Happy said…
BK-

Even though my calf is still iffy, I am still planning to head up to Big Meadow to do a 20ish mile easy run on the AT this Saturday. Basically, from Big Meadow it is a 9-10ish mile run to Stoney Man summit. I then turn around but stop first at Sky Lodge (1/4 mile from Stoney Man) to refill my hydration pack, use their in-door plumbing (love indoor plumbing!), etc and then head back to Big Meadow. At Big Meadow I shower (5 min for $1), change, eat lunch (bring it with me) and then head back to Richmond. I know you have Charlottesville coming up, but if you want to go I am happy to drive (yes I actually like driving). Normal plan is to get to Sky Line drive before 8am (Normally before 8am we can get in for free but bring a few bucks just in case) which puts us at a 8;30 run start time. That means leaving Richmond 5:45-6am. Actual run time with Sky Lodge stop is approx 4 hours. I am also trying to get Linda Newman to go, but she is undecided and most likely will not go. My plans may change, depending on how my calf holds up this week but I soooo want to run in the mountains…..

This section of the AT is very runnable, and since my trail shoes got trashed at Terrapin, and Runner Bill’s did not have my size (on order), most likely I will be running in my road shoes. I’ve done this before, and as mentioned, the trail is very runnable.

Marianna
runhappymi@verizon.net

PS: Not sure if you have any kids or not, but if you do you should take them to see “How to train Dragons”. Of course even if you do not have kids, you can do what I did and see the movie just because Dragons are cool! What can I say, I am a SiFi/Fantasy junky
At 10:54am on March 28, 2010, Run Happy said…
Awesome dude!!! First you go out and run a 35:25 10K, then you go back out and run a 44:01!!!. Pretty darn impressive. :-) Congratulations on beating your 10K goal of 45minutes by a full minute.

M-
Run Happy
 
 
 

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