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Due to the pandemic, the DC Wonder Woman Run transitioned from live to virtual. Despite this, I had a great time running in Tuscaloosa instead of Nashville.
When the number of infected cases spread from state to state, the running community faced many weeks and months of cancelled races. But, as the mantra states, running is not cancelled.
Like many other runners, I received my swag bag and medal in the mail a few weeks prior to today.
At this time, all in-person events have been cancelled for the rest of 2020.
The race team is working with those already registered to transition to virtual runs. There are finalizing plans to open registration for future virtual runs, according to the website.
For the run, this was my first 10K of the year. One positive result of a 2 month quarantine is that I’ve been able to consistently run and train.
I certainly didn’t come close to a PR, but I did finish it smiling and looking forward to more training for the rest of this year.
It may be a few months before we are back behind start lines again. And when we do start in-person racing again, I will definitely add this one to my must-do in 2021.
Thank you BibRave and DC Wonder Woman Run for a great virtual race experience!