28 Jun '14, 3pm

My long run for this week. Training for NYC Marathon and running for Athlete's to end Alzheimer's.

Analyzing workout... If this takes more than a minute, you should be proud. That's one BIG workout. jdanieley must upgrade to a MVP membership to enable power analysis. jdanieley must upgrade to a MVP membership to enable heart rate analysis. jdanieley must upgrade to a MVP membership to enable cadence analysis. jdanieley must upgrade to a MVP membership to enable custom split distances.

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