On October 10, 2010, I ran the Chicago Marathon, one of the major marathons in the world. It has been inspiring many through 10-10-10 advertisement. To me, Chicago is my last major marathon in US after Boston and New York in 2009. On Saturday, I flew to Chicago and found myself in the starting line […]
In the raining, I ran 19 miles in the Towpath that took two hour and twenty five minutes. It is the end of the training for the Chicago Marathon on Oct. 10. From now on, I will taper and wait for the race. It is joy to run this major marathon with 45,000 runners. Although […]
Footprints for Fatima is 5K Run & 1 Mile Walk to support John Carroll University’s Fatima Food Drive. It will take place on Saturday, September 25, 2010 in the homecoming weekend. The food drive benefits 100 families connected with the Fatima Family Center in Cleveland’s Hough Neighborhood. Families receive food baskets for the entire week of […]
+ The glory of God is the Living Person It is a beautiful day. Every Living Person seems excited as well as nervous when they gather before the cathedral. We pray and take a group picture. It is a time to put ourselves into action after a four-month training. To me, it is my 7th […]
Arriving in Boston, I thought, ‘I am here at last!’ It took me four years to be qualified for the Boston Marathon. My last record in 2008 Cleveland Marathon was 3:14:03—just 57 seconds away from the cut-off!
I was a little tired because of the hectic duties during the Holy Week and Easter along with the final preparation for the world’s oldest marathon. However, as soon as I met old friends in Boston, my tiredness was gone. They welcomed me with open arms, helping me pick up the bid number (6609) and drove me through the course which was helpful to plan the race. Above all, having spaghetti and meatball with the good friends at Dr. Ahn’s home was the happiest moment because I was with the family.