The muscle spasm I incurred in my right calf on Thursday never released enough for me to be able to race. I jogged a warmup hoping the knot would untie itself but that never happened. If anything, it tightened a little after I stopped. My mind told me to race; my body told me to scratch. I did what my body told me to do despite feeling like a wuss. I rationalized, telling myself that I wouldn't been able to help the team anyway b/c I wouldn't have been able to go all-out. I think my decision was the right call b/c here I am four days removed from the spasm and still not able to run. The calf is all kinds of locked up.
Good news is that I was able to cheer on the team and take a few pictures. The bad news is my camera ran out of batteries after taking only ten. What a day.
CMS managed second place by a mere two seconds. BAA took first and Whirlaway took third. The guys did a good job of pushing through to the end to eek out a second place finish.
Click here to see eleven measly pictures.
Below: Bob and DoubleJ between mile one and two. Bob mentioned that he may have flipped the bird during the race and this picture might capture that moment.
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