All I can really say about this race is brrrrrrrr. Weather app said it felt like 14° at race start. My legs were tingling. I almost thought about just giving in and leaving; home sounded so nice. But... I was excited to run over the Eads Bridge with several others, so I stuck it out.
Me and my boy Gus.
Once we started moving, it got better. I didn't care one bit about my pace, I just kept telling myself to keep moving so I can get back to my warm house.
Out and back across the Eads. Lovely city views.
I finished just under 30 minutes. I'm happy with that, and now I can rest and stay warm.