Half a year has passed since I ran the Berlin Marathon. It is safe to say that my running has not gone according to plan through these six months.
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Let me start by thanking you. Yeah, you, the person reading this. You are the one that has inspired me to take this leap. I am excited to introduce the next stage of Run161.
I started thinking about the Berlin Marathon after finishing my first half marathon back in 2017. By all accounts, Berlin struck me as the fastest and the greatest marathon in the world, and I threw it up near the top of my bucket list.