11 miles, to the lake, around twice, and back. 1:16:40 (6:58). Splits, 6:52, 6:27, 22:04 (7:07), 21:58 (7:05), 6:50, 6:28, 5:57 (7:26). Gorgeous day, winter is over! Very windy, felt like I was running in place against the wind around far side of the lake. Right thigh screaming on every landing but kept it together. Not screaming, yelling maybe, hollering, no, yelping, that's it, yelping, like a terrier, Boston. Don't think it's as worse for wear as it was after last weekend's 14, so I hope it's getting better; icing, NSAIDs, heat, magnesium, bromelain, epsom, etc. Maybe another light week ahead will do it.
Btw, check this out, during the Boston's Run To Remember Half Marathon, which I ran a couple weeks ago. A man had a heart attack. Another runner, a doctor, stopped and administered CPR, until EMTs took over...
The doctor went on to finish the race, within 8 minutes of his target time. Save a life in the time it takes to run a mile. How cool is that.