Sunday, April 19, 2009

Boston Marathon Eve 2009

It's the night before the Boston Marathon and very few thoughts are going through my head. I am honestly truly excited for tomorrow. This has been an extraordinary weekend here in Boston. The city is filled with over 25,000 runners from countries all over the world. The spirit is intense, excited, nervous...and probably all three rolled into one. There is no doubt that there is a spirit of history and honor of this race and for our sport of marathon running.

I will be posting more blogs on the race after tomorrow's 26.2 mile run, but I did want to leave you all with a quote from an amazing man I met today --- Serge, the runner in the documentary reality film, "Beyond the Epic Run," which premieres in the U.S. this Spring 2009. His running journeys over 25,400 miles, 6 continents and 37 countries taught him an important lesson:

"Nothing is impossible if you accept you have to pay the price for the dream."

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