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2007-09-12T21:10:00.000-07:00

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Another great article about Anne here.SD

2006-04-14T15:53:00.000-07:00

Another great article about Anne here.

SD



Jennifer -Here is what Anne replied to your questi...

2006-03-11T17:08:00.000-08:00

Jennifer -

Here is what Anne replied to your question:

"Here is the answer to Jennifer's question: My marathon and 10k PRs
aren't anything to write home about: 2:54:19 and 37:42. Both were set in
'97, before I started really training. I've always viewed the marathon as
"unfinished business", which is why I've decided to run Grandma's this
summer. I'm interested in seeing if I can lower that PR a little bit with
some focused training." - Anne



Scott, thanks so much for bringing these inteviews...

2006-03-11T16:30:00.000-08:00

Scott, thanks so much for bringing these inteviews to us. They are informative, open up a personal side of elite athletes, and just a great read! Anne is a superb runner, may she have another great year and more to come!



Anne sounds to be very grounded, besides, just FAS...

2006-03-10T18:45:00.000-08:00

Anne sounds to be very grounded, besides, just FAST. I wonder what her 10K road and maraton road PRs are at that got her to this highest tier of ultra-running?



Hi Scott,as always a very interesting and entertai...

2006-03-10T16:03:00.000-08:00

Hi Scott,

as always a very interesting and entertaining interview! Work, wife, mother...and 80+ mpw...WOW.

I only just find the energy to do 30 or so mpw...and I don't have to look after a wife or kids :-)

Good luck with your race this week-end and I'm already looking forward to read your race report.

Mick (UK)