They serve chips n queso after the Austin Half Marathon. If the 95% humidity didn’t give it away already, that’s how you know this run is in Texas. This food and drink was in the VIP tent. I’m a gentleman runner.
My Imogene Pass running t-shirt struck up a lot of shout-outs throughout the course. One young lady actually rubbed my back as she passed me and commented on the IPR. That might have got her fired in the workplace. I was already a little freaked out about the coronavirus amidst sixteen thousand runners.
I’m not in the best shape to run a half. After my experience in Aspen last summer, I expected to maybe walk the last two or three miles, but I felt comfortable the entire course – even on the hills in the final three miles.
My brother-in-law played with the Rite Flyers at the six mile point along Cesar Chavez. I’ve run this half before, and the full marathon maybe four times. Tough course, but one of my favorite runs.