SFO, beautiful race.

So much has happened in the past couple of months. I do not even know where to begin. I have been offline for some time now due to the fact that I have had no internet access, and I still don’t. I am currently borrowing my parents and our apartments internet access. So in the past weeks Blanca and I have purchased a brand new home. Even though we are definitely going to miss our first and only apartment we are beyond excited that God had blessed us with a place we can call home. More on that on another blog post soon to come.

It is officially four days after finishing the San Francisco Marathon. It is definitely a race that I will never forget. I can forever talk about the amazing weather and views I was able to experience this past Sunday.


Here are some pros of the race.

  • Plenty of run distance options including two half marathons
  • Plenty of water and nuun every single mile
  • Medical people ready at every water station
  • Amazing weather
  • Course not confusing at all



I am joking, anyone signing up for this race should know what to expect.

From the beginning Blanca and myself decided to stick together throughout the race and support each other. We both knew we didn’t have a full and complete training before doing this. We were just going to go out there and dig deep. We decided to run at about a ten minute per mile pace and couldn’t hold that pace. In fact we were averaging a 9:20 pace for the first half. We eventually hit that mile yes that mile. Hitting the wall is not a problem of mine but getting cramps is. It usually begins in my left leg right above the knee and later my right side decides to join in on the action. Unfortunately from there on it never went away and just slowed us down so much. We remembered though that this was our vacation and we were here to enjoy every minute of it. I want to say one of the best parts of this whole race was when Dean Karnazes was taking a bit of a break from his 65 miler and Blanca and I were chatting with him for about a quarter mile.

I would definitely recommend this race to anyone who loves great views plenty of hills and amazing weather.

One more day!!

One more day!!

1 hour left.

1 hour left.

We did it!

We did it!

Realizing success.

Realizing success.

San Francisco marathon took care of us very much. It was totally worth the trip and experience. We are always very encouraged by all of training friends back in San Antonio especially our coaches who are praying for us as well. Blanca and I always give thanks to our Lord and Savior for giving us the opportunity to have friends, supporters and experiences like this possible.

As always

…Run Inspired…


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