Tell me about your 2012

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Talk to me, people!

It’s year’s end and if you’re like me, you’re taking stock of the year on many levels. Because this is a running blog, however, I want to hear about your year of running. I did something similar last year and it was a ton of fun, so let’s go for it again.

I want you to answer the following questions about your 2012 year of running. Do it here, do it on your blog, do it anywhere, just, as they say, do it. I’ll post the questions, along with my answers, to get you started. Then fill in the blanks!

  • Best race experience? Wow. This is tough because I can’t say I had a great year of racing. But, I probably had the most fun with my first of two triathlons this season. It was great to get back to it.
  • Best run? I’m going to have to go with the 21 miler on snowy, muddy trails last February. I think I laughed more that day than I have all year!
  • Best new piece of gear? I’m going to have to go with my Oiselle Rundelicious top. Love the fit, love the color, love the zipper pocket!
  • Best piece of running advice you received? To give glycogen depletion runs a try. Something new and experimental for me, in spite of my bonk at CIM.
  • Most inspirational runner? This is a tough one because there are so many, both on a personal and a virtual level, but I’m going to go with Harmony from Keep on Keeping On, who has had one tough year thrown at her and yet handles it with class on a daily basis.
  • If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be? Out of the box.

Now it’s your turn! 

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  1. I’ve had possibly one of the worst years of my life – poor health, my son caught in a fire and assaulted (two separate events), not much running and only two events. But I’m finishing the year well – health on the improve and running getting better. 2013 is going to be great.
    Char recently posted..Just Call Me CrazyMy Profile

  2. This year in running has shown me that I’m stronger than I ever thought I was, brought great new friends into my life, both real life and virtual, and helped me push past my old self imposed limits!
    GreenGirlRunning recently posted..Back To BasicsMy Profile

  3. This was my first year running and it was amazing! I never thought I’d ever run a half-marathon and I did! Never say never :)

    p.s. that pic is gorgeous!
    Kierston recently posted..It’s All About YOU!My Profile

  4. Best race experience? Definitely last weekend at Rehoboth, spending the weekend with the best girlfriends ever, being “coached” through the last 9 miles by a brand-new friend (formerly total stranger) to a 15-minute PR and first BQ. Wish I had my own blog to tell the story–it’s phenomenal.
    Best run? It would be easy to say Rehoboth because of the outcome (see first question), but a chilly long run on the C&O towpath with my BRF is really it.
    Best new piece of gear? Not so new, but my Athleta jackets that allow me to brave the colder temps.
    Best piece of running advice you received? Your body is stronger than your mind; get out of your head.
    Most inspirational runner? Even though I don’t know her, probably Ali on the Run for not only keeping her humor through the downs, but sharing it with everyone.
    If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be? PR City!!!

  5. But, but, but 2012 isn’t over yet. Two races to go…
    Jamoosh recently posted..Speed Work, Ibuprofen, Reverse ItMy Profile

  6. Best race experince – Either Giant Eagle Olympic that was a 14 minute PR or my first 70.3 at Rev3 Cedar Point
    Best run – Bwhahahahaha
    New Gear – Timex Global Trainer (sidenote, I learned how to correctly use and analyze HR zones)
    Best Advice – Consistency, Consistency, Consistency is the only true way to improve
    Inspirational Runner – Harriet Anderson, finished Kona for the 23rd straight year at 16:59 and was the last finisher this year, she is freaking awesome
    Sum up my year – Stupid for doing 20 races, but thankful I was healthy and strong enough to complete them all
    Scott recently posted..Annoying People You Can’t Avoid At Gym, Part 2My Profile

  7. I love this and will respond on my blog. But my year is far from over with more racing to do before 31 Dec.
    Johann recently posted..Some Elephants and a Stage Trail RaceMy Profile

  8. Amanda do you mean 2012? :-) I put together a quick response in the form of a blog post – Thank you for making me think about starting my 2012 reflection process, since these are not questions that I would usually ask myself.
    Harold recently posted..1.0 Mile Repeats Were Tough – 12-10-12My Profile

  9. Best Race Experience: Finishing the Grandfather Mountain Marathon. Incredibly tough course, and I ran it faster than than I thought I would.
    Best Run: Running 86 miles at Hinson Lake 24 Hour Run, The support and volunteers are amazing!
    Best New Piece of Gear: My Pro Compression Socks!
    Best Advice received: Stay in the moment.
    Most Inspirational Runner: Mike Morton. he won Badwater 135, set American 24 hour distance record with 172 + miles in 24 hours and is a super nice guy!
    Sum up year in a few words: Ultra Crazy!
    Gene recently posted..ShowerPill GiveAway!My Profile

  10. Love this mini recap of your year, especially the summary in a few words. Outside the box is always a good thing!
    I think my favourite run was my first long one back in spring, a gorgeous run through Jasper National Park where I saw lots of wildlife enjoyed everything about nature!
    Abby @ Change of Pace recently posted..The procrastinator’s holiday gift guideMy Profile

  11. I’m proud of finishing my first ultra!
    Kovas – Midwest Multisport Life recently posted..One Last Great ThingMy Profile

  12. I love this idea, I’ve been so busy lately I have not paused to think about it. I love finding out more about people, especially you! It’s like having you over for coffee. I will try to post on the blog, this week. :)
    LisaM@RunWiki recently posted..Nuun Lemon Lime Christmas PunchMy Profile

  13. Best race experience was Ironman Lake Placid, hands down. Best run was the NYC Half because I did it with two great friends. This year has been about painful endings and exciting new beginnings. My run group are my most inspirational runners.
    Mari recently posted..Motivations and InspirationsMy Profile

  14. This was a mixed year for me, several new prs but some injury battling, too. Crossing my fingers for a better 2013. And I’m excited to answer these in full on my blog in the next week or so.
    Laura @ Mommy Run Fast recently posted..TriGirl Half Marathon RecapMy Profile

  15. Great post idea Amanda!
    Here are some of my answers:

    Best race experience? The Jingle Bell 5K I ran last weekend just because I feel like I am finally making headway and recovering from compartment syndrome

    Best run? My last 24 miler before the Eugene Marathon was epic. I finished it in 3:03

    Best new piece of gear? I my new Lululemon scuba hoodie even though I would never run in it

    Best piece of running advice you received?Never, ever give up. Even when going through a tough injury stay as positive as possible. It will get better. Baby steps may seem worthless, but they really work.

    Most inspirational runner? Tough question! I would have to say Desi because she is talented, but incredibly sincere and down to earth.

    If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be?Not what I expected!
    Tasha @ Healthy Diva recently posted..A so-so week, a craptastic 9 miler & WINNINGMy Profile

  16. Fun! Best race for me was the North Olympic Discovery Half marathon. Not only did I PR, but the race was beautiful and the volunteers were awesome! Fun idea:)
    hikermom recently posted..Monday MotivationMy Profile

  17. I like it. This year has definitely been “out of the box” for me too! xox
    Krysten Siba Bishop (@darwinianfail) recently posted..Musical #Motivation Monday – Catch My BreathMy Profile

  18. This is a great idea! I will then copy + paste into my journal :)

    Best race experience: A half marathon in May. It was one of those races where everything came together.
    Best run: A 10 mile trail run. At that point I hadn’t run that far on a trail and I was so proud of myself.
    Best new piece of gear: A small handheld water bottle
    Best advice: Try out minimalist shoes (you might have mentioned it a time or two….)
    Most inspirational runner: those who ran Boston this year
    Sum up year: Working on form + minimalist shoes have paid off (After last year’s sum up of “Injuries 2011″)

  19. Just put up a post to answer your questions. :) Thanks – having been so sick, not much else to talk about.
    TriMOEngr (Christina) recently posted..2012 In Review (Miss Zippy ?’s)My Profile

  20. I really love that yellow Oiselle top! I need to keep my eye out for some good end of year sales. I did my list this morning for you too, over on my blog. Great list and glad you are getting us all to have some fun! :)
    Christina recently posted..Telling about my best of 2012 runningMy Profile

  21. I can’t believe it’s the end of the year already! It’s been an up and down year of running for me but it’s ending on a high note. I love this and I’ll post mine later this week.
    Christine @ Love, Life, Surf recently posted..Memories Captured: Magical MemoriesMy Profile

  22. I think my best race this year was the 5k trail race in Vail. It was the shortest and I was just there for fun, but it reminded me why I love trail running. Plus, the course was beautiful!
    Heather@Just a Colorado Gal recently posted..‘Tis the Season… For Cookies!My Profile

  23. Now remember, this is coming from a non-runner over here: Best run was 7 miles. And I also learned to enjoy speed intervals VERY much. I stopped running when the weather cooled off, but since breaking my toe last month and not being able to do any kind of real cardio, I’ve seriously been craving the run. I don’t know when I’ll be able to wear a pair of sneakers of again. Only shoe I can wear without my foot hurting is Uggs. I wish they made Ugg Sneakers or something. That is my 2012!! :)
    Yum Yucky recently posted..We Wish You A Greedy Christmas!My Profile

  24. I remember you doing this last year! LOVE the idea =)
    Best race experience? I only ran two so I would have to saw the RW 10k – felt SO good to be out “racing” again postpartum
    Best run? 10 mile run at 38 weeks pregnant. Had NO intentions of ever running that far – but felt great so kept running. =)
    Best new piece of gear? Saucony Guide 5′s – LOVE them!
    Best piece of running advice you received? To go slow on easy days. I am always trying to run faster than the day before even though I know that it’s not smart to do!
    Most inspirational runner? My best friend, Pamela, who dropped almost an HOUR off her marathon PR. Unreal! =)
    If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be?
    Michele @ Nycrunningmama recently posted..Race for Recovery ResultsMy Profile

  25. Best race experience: Picking up four gold medals on the track (200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m) all at the same T&F meeting in September, and all within the space of three hours.
    Best Run: A 7 mile Trail race with around 750ft of ascent a month after my 80th birthday. I felt to be flying over the last two miles finishing 165th of 219 and picking up my first ever prize as an MV80. A good start to my new category.
    Best piece of gear: A blue OMM Kamleika smock, windproof and waterproof, which keeps me snug and dry when the weather turns rough.
    Best piece of running advice received: To stop fretting about my slower race times and just be the best I can for as long as I can.
    Most inspirational runner: It’s gotta be Antony Krupicka. Whenever I’m lacking in motivation I turn to his Blog ‘Riding the Wind’ and guarantee it wont be long before I’m out of the house and plodding over the hills. He’s my mentor – though he doesn’t know it!
    Sum up my year in two words: Maturing well!
    Gordon recently posted..Dancing on ice…..My Profile

  26. Great idea – I remember last years post too.

    best race experience and best run – Eugene 10K that I did 2 weeks ago, I finally felt like a runner again

    best piece of gear – I upgraded to the garmin 405 (was using the 305), and I like the new one

    best piece of advice – that cross training really does complement your running since it trains different muscles that running doesn’t target

    inspirational runner – seeing Meb at the Olympic marathon start off slow, but gradually keep picking off runners to finish in 4th place. Amazing performance.

    Sum up year – gradual comeback to running, but I still need to work on cross training
    Nelly recently posted..Eugene, Stanford-Oregon, 10K race recapMy Profile

  27. New to running…ran my first half marathon, RunDisney!!
    Best new piece of equipment…my iphone armband….I did say I’m new to this, right?
    Best piece of advice…cross train!!
    Most inspirational runner…my friend Denise.
    This has been my best year yet in many, many years…on so many different levels.

    Best part is knowing that my body still works, and still runs, and that no age is to old to start running half marathons! Excited to be a positive role model to my kids.

  28. I love this idea. I’ll do mine as a blog post.
    Terzah recently posted..Recovery!My Profile

  29. What fun!
    1. Best race experience: Airforce Marathon. I was so relaxed and everything about the race was amazing.
    2. Best run: The Catherine Valley Half Marathon through wooded trails. Ted rode his bike along side almost the entire way. A small town race with big support and tons of fun. It felt like an easy run but a good pace for me.
    3. Best new piece of gear: About the only new gear this year was my Garmin 610.
    4. Best Running Advice Received: I asked the folks at McMillain running if those 3 to 4 mile recovery runs were worth it or tradeable for walks with my dogs. Here is the response: “It’s important to remember that training for a marathon is about more than just the long run. All of the miles you do add up to give you the strength to complete the entire 26.2 miles. So just because you’re not hitting that 20 mark all the time doesn’t mean you won’t be ready. Plus, we really try to build up toward the goal race (Boston in this case) so we don’t want you to be too fit too early if that makes sense. We want you to be at your absolute best in April”
    5. Most inspirational runner: I have quite a few that I turn to depending on the situation. Can’t pin-point just one.
    6. Sum up the year in a couple of words: More than a couple but…. Did what I never thought I could.
    Joanne recently posted..Conquer Yourself and Bob’s Red Mill MuesliMy Profile

  30. Great idea! I’ll be posting my answers this week on the blog. It’s been full of highs and lows but I can’t wait to see what 2013 has in store for me.
    Angela @ Happy Fit Mama recently posted..Under Armour Sports Bra Giveaway!My Profile

  31. 2012 was more about learning for me than it was about “times”… I definitely gained a ton of knowledge about what works for me and what kind of runner I want to be. 2013 is definitely going to be more goals focused.
    Kristy (@KristyH5) recently posted..Weekly Log & Some Thoughts On My TrainingMy Profile

  32. Great idea!

    Best Race Experience? The local River Run 10K. A new PR for me, beautiful weather and I smiled the whole race.

    Best Run? Same as above. I’m 7 months pregnant and haven’t had the easiest running experiences lately!

    Best new piece of gear? My clip light for my hat. I love how light it is and it helps so much for the early morning runs.

    Best piece of running advice? It’s o.k. to slow down. I slowed down considerably during this pregnancy and it was hard to get used to the new pace.

    Most Inspirational Runner? I have to pick all of the Olympic Runners this year. It was so inspirational watching the running events but I think my favorites were Shalane and Kara.

    If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be? Many ups and downs.

  33. I love your summary most of all. Out of the box is something to be proud of!
    SassyModernMom recently posted..I’m On The Hunt!My Profile

  34. I’m going to have to think about these, then post on my blog and link back!
    I did this last year and loved it. :)

  35. Best race experience–Pumpkinman Triathlon because I couldn’t believe how well I did and Runner’s World Half because I had so much fun with all the bloggers and loved running in Bethlehem.

    Best run–My first training run on the Boston course. It was so amazing to know that I was finally training for Boston.

    Best new piece of gear–My bike. I am still figuring out biking but am so thankful for such an awesome bike.

    Best running advice–Stop running so much. My body is thanking me and my times are dropping.

    Most inspirational runner–So many to name but running with you was an honor because you are an inspiration to many of us online.

    Sum up my year–So many new experiences and so much fun.
    Robin recently posted..Running Cures StressMy Profile

  36. Oh I remember you doing this last year – always fun to look back!

    Love how you summed up your year!

    I’ll do mine as a blog post.
    Michelle @ Running with Attitude recently posted..Decaffeinated MondayMy Profile

  37. I was just thinking about my year this morning and wanting to do a post. Thanks for the push. I’ll answer these on my blog. stay tuned. :-)
    Missy recently posted..Got any questions for me?My Profile

  38. Best race experience? I have to pick one of my tris and I think I’ll go with my first because it was so much fun and let me enter a whole new world of racing.

    Best run? In Maine – running to Nubble Point Lighthouse

    Best new piece of gear? wetsuit – a love/hate relationship

    Best piece of running advice you received? run fewer days

    Most inspirational runner? Super Kate who keeps pushing herself to try new hard things.

    If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be? Out of the box.
    Andrea recently posted..TTT – The Bike Trainer EditionMy Profile

  39. What a fun post! I have had a challenging year with both running and being diagnosed with MS. But on the upside, I qualified for Boston for the first time!
    Beth @ Miles and Trials recently posted..A Year of Missed MarathonsMy Profile

  40. Thanks for the writing prompt! I answered your questions in my most recent blog.

    And thanks for sharing your “out of the box” year of running with us. From the glycogen depletion runs to staying on flat (or bare) feet, I feel like I’ve learned a lot!
    Jen @ ConcreteNCoffee recently posted..A Look Back: Running in 2012My Profile

  41. Sweetest shout out ever. Thank you friend.

  42. I answered the questions. Thanks for a fun post.
    Missy recently posted..What was your year like?My Profile

  43. This is an awesome idea! I’ll have to work up a blog post on this one…
    Leana recently posted..Freezing My Buns OffMy Profile

  44. * Best race experience? I’d have to go with the 50 mile event — my first ever negative split on farthest distance? Tough to beat even if it took me 12 hours..
    * Best run? This one is tough. I struggle to remember a GREAT training run, but I know I had a fast run early on when I was testing out my Mizuno shoes. I looked at my watch after and saw a few low 7 min miles. That is way faster than my normal.
    * Best new piece of gear? I love my MPG hoodie with the thumb holes. I don’t run in it, but it is in constant rotation when I want to relax. So comfy.
    * Best piece of running advice you received? “To give glycogen depletion runs a try.” this one was from you… it’s in my list for 2013
    * Most inspirational runner? The wonderful Krysten of Darwinian Fail — anyone that finishes their first 26.2 is inspiring. Someone that overcomes what she has been through (and still goes through) is more than inspirational. I need to come up with a word.
    * If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be? Long and Healthy
    Pavement Runner recently posted..Playlist Thursday: Best Songs of 2012My Profile

  45. Best race experience? I would say that Ironman Texas was the absolute best experience. My first Ironman and I’ll never forget it.
    Best run? I think my run at 70.3 Maine was my best run in a race but overall I did a 30 minute run at LT pace off of a 6 hour bike ride and ran a 7:21/mi pace for that 30 minutes.
    Best new piece of gear? Garmin 500 Bike Computer. It actually works.
    Best piece of running advice you received? Recover, Recover, Recover
    Most inspirational runner? Wow, that is tough. I think that Maria Simone of Running A Life is probably the most inspirational person.
    If you could sum up your year in a couple of words, what would they be? Very Long But Very Rewarding
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  46. Ohh I love this! Great way to reflect on the year. I’ll have to think about mine and link back to yours. I’m with Pavey in regards to his choice for an inspirational runner. Krysten is amazing!
    Phaedra recently posted..Playlist Thursday – Best Songs of 2012My Profile

  47. Thanks for the cool blog post idea! Here’s my thoughts:

    2012 has been a GREAT year!
    oh and I found your blog thanks to Christine at and so glad! I can’t believe I haven’t been following you all along! I look forward to keeping up with your blog!!!
    Jess @ Flying Feet recently posted..Tell Me About Your 2012My Profile

  48. Taylor @ lifting revolution says:

    Love this! I had a great year. My first half went awesome, my best race was my 5k. I pr’d and got 9th in my age group with a 23.03 finish! And set huge goals for 2013. You’re my inspirational runner! Merry Christmas.
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  49. Thanks for the cool idea! Here are my responses:
    Happy holidays!
    Gabby @ Marathons and Macarons recently posted..2012 in Running – Recap of the YearMy Profile

  50. Great idea for this!!
    Smitha FauxRunner recently posted..Highlights of 2012My Profile

  51. Took me forever to finish my post (I blame travel) but I summed up my 2012…

    That snowy/muddy run sounds like it was fun!
    Beth (@RunTraveler) recently posted..Summing up 2012 (because Miss Zippy asked)My Profile

  52. Just wanted to stop by and say thanks for the article ispiration I can get suck in a rut not knowing what to right about next but your post inspired me and gave me the fuel and inspiration to keep blogging thanks again.
    Caroline Thomas recently posted..TREADMILL RUN DUE TO WINTER STORM EUCLIDMy Profile

  53. Thanks for the inspiration! You can see my year in review — and a couple of gratuitous golden-doodle photos — on my blog:

  54. This was a great post and while it took me a while, finally summed up my year – at least the healthy parts when I could run!

    Melissa @ Melissa Running It recently posted..2012 Running ReviewMy Profile

  55. thanks for the question! i just posted my running year-in-review.
    Amanda K. recently posted..2012 Running Year in ReviewMy Profile

  56. Thanks for starting this! I responded on my blog. Happy New Year!
    Heather recently posted..2012 Running Q&AMy Profile

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