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Harpoon 5 Miler - May 2012
Diva Dash - September 2012
Disney Princess Half Marathon - February 2013
Twin Lights Half Marathon - May 2013
Tough Mudder - June 2013
Falmouth Road Race - August 2013
Somerville Homeless Coalition 5k - October 2013 (27:16.0 8:48/M PR!)
Newport Marathon - October 2013
Somerville Jingle Bell Run 5k - December 2013
Hyannis Half Marathon - February 2014
Ras na hEireann U.S.A. 5K - March 2014
Cambridge City Run 5 miler - April 2014
BAA 5k - April 2014
Maine Coast Marathon - Mother's Day 2014
Johnny Kelley Half Marathon - May 2014
BAA 10k - June 2014
Jim Kane Sugar Bowl 5k - July 2014
Boston Triathalon - August 2014
Back on My Feet Midsummer Night BoMF (5k) - August 2014
Cranberry Half Marathon - October 2014 (Part Three of the Cape Cod trilogy)
Franklin Park Coalition Turkey Trot 5K- Thanksgiving 2014 (with Maddie and one in the oven)
Old Port Half Marathon - July 2015
Squantam 5 Miler - August 2015
BAA Half - October 2015
Franklin Park Coalition Turkey Trot 5K- Thanksgiving 2015(our first with every family member!)
Boston Marathon - April 2016
Run to Remember (5 miler) - May 2016
McKeon Post 5k - June 2016
Honan 5k - September 2016
BAA Half - October 2016
Franklin Park Coalition Turkey Trot 5K- Thanksgiving 2016
Boston Marathon, Take Two - April 2017
South Shore Half Marathon - November 2017 
Franklin Park Coalition Turkey Trot 5K- Thanksgiving 2017
Louisiana Marathon - January 2018 
Falmouth Road Race - August 2018
Chicago Marathon - October 2018
Malden Half Marathon - March 2019 - PR of 1:57
BAA 5k - April 2019
New Jersey Marathon - April 2019 - PR of 4:05:35
BAA 10k - June 2019
BAA Half Marathon - October 2019
Chatham Turkey Trot - Thanksgiving 2019
Harpoon 5 Miler Virtual Edition - May 2020
Falmouth Road Race Virtual - August 2020
Newport 10 Miler June 2021
Narragansett Summer Running Festival Half Marathon July 2021
Falmouth Road Race August 2021
Boston Marathon 2021

Firefighter Relief Fund 10k - October 2021
Vermont 10 Miler November 2021
Berlin Marathon - September 2022
Philadelphia Marathon - November 2022

Bucket List:
New York Marathon
New York & Brooklyn Half Marathons
London Marathon
Dublin Marathon


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