Monday, September 28, 2009

A Day at the Marathon

Arriving at the Queen and Bay, you can feel the surge of excitement amongst the families and friends of the marathoners.  You can't help but cheer for all the runners that have reached the last 100m (left marker). They can be runners who are sprinting; runners who are limping; runners whose face is in agony.   You just can't help but cheer them on, whether they hear you or not.

Aidan took some pictures while waiting for dad at Queen and Bay, here's one of them.

Wallace reaching the last 100m of the marathon.

One thing Aidan couldn't wait to do was hop onto Wallace's shoulder.

Wallace finished the marathon (42km=26mi.) in 4:41:23.

Congratulations!  I'm so proud of you.

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