Gasparilla Half and 8K Race Recap

The final recap of our trip!  I shared our experiences from our travel days and the Expo, as well as our day one races, the 15K and 5K.  Now it’s time for the last two races, the half and the 8K.

Gasparilla Half and 8K

We had an even earlier wake up call Sunday morning, 3:30am for me!  The half starts at 6am.  We luckily all had an early night and we’re tired from Saturday’s races already.  We had an awesome pre-race meal in Ybor City, Cristiano’s Coal Fired Pizza and Italian Restaurant.  So we were all well fueled for our longer distance race day!

We left the house around 4:45am so that we could park in the same lot again and meet the guys by 5:30am.  We’d have a little longer walk to the start of the half.  When we got to where we parked on Saturday morning, the parking garage was not available, so we parked in a lot right near it, thankfully.  All of the potties we hit on Saturday morning, were gone, so we ended up walking towards the half start in search of some.  We all got in line and I quickly headed back to where we parked to meet Marty and David.  We returned to meet the rest of the group and got in our corral for the half.  With 6300 runners, they have two starting corrals.  Amanda is super speedy so we hugged her as she headed to the first corral and we headed to the 2+ hour corral.  runnersworld

We started in between the 10:15 and 10:30 pacers for this race.  We only have a short turn around time to get to the 8K so we wanted to give ourselves as much time as we could.  The 8K goes off at 9am and we have to be in that corral before 9am or we don’t finish the challenge.  That may seem like enough time, but with the two corrals, we wanted to start in the middle of the second start.  The temperature was a lot warmer too.  At 6am, it was already 60 degrees so we had a hot, humid day ahead of us!  We wanted to run as much as we could before the sun came out.

At 6:05am, we were off!  The start of the half was at the same place as the end of races yesterday.  We headed out on Platt St and made a left onto Plant St.  We crossed over the water to Davis Island for the first part of the half.  It was nice to run in a different location.  I also wore my heart rate monitor for all of the day two races.  My goal was not to see any sub 10 min paces for the first few miles.  I ran really even keeping below a 11 min mile pace for the first nine miles.  I felt really good!!  The miles on the island flew by and we were quickly back on the bridge back towards Bayshore Dr. challengepic

Once we crossed over we had just under 8 miles left in the half.  We ran along the bay side heading out and back along the house side on the way back into the finish.  We all hung together and just walked through the water stops, unlike the day before where we never took any breaks.  We just kept going and I stayed under 11 min miles for the next two miles through mile 11.  We ran the next 3 a bit faster and ended up finishing the half a bit faster than any of us thought.  Going into the race, we thought we’d be over a 2:30 but we surprisingly finished in 2:26.

We quickly grabbed water and Gatorade and made our way to the start of the 8K.  We stopped along the finish line of the half, cheering on runners and waiting to see Carole come across!  We caught up with Kathy’s mom who was coming to walk the 8K. There were just over 4600 runners and the race was pretty packed.  We started near the 11 min pace group again. We waited just a bit and right at 9am, the 8K promptly started.  The 8K was the only thing standing in our way of completing this challenge!  challengepic2

At first, we were all a bit stiff.  My legs were not loosening up as much as I had hoped.  We ran along for the first mile, but quickly decided that it would be best to switch to Galloway and run for 3 minutes and walk for 2 minutes.  Not only were our legs tired but the temperature was also rising steadily.  By the start of the 8K, it was already 70 degrees and hot! Our goal all along was to make it to the 8K and do what it takes to get it done.  We stuck with the run/walk plan the whole rest of the race and ended up finishing feeling pretty good!  We had done it!!finishchallengepic

I got a little emotional coming across the finish line.  After almost a year in the planning and 12 weeks of back to back long runs, we had done it!!  We completed the Mich Ultra Challenge!  30.4 miles in 2 days.  I knew that we had trained well and did our best to be prepared for the distances.  It was our best decision to run this as a endurance race vs speed.  I also truly believe that running by heart rate was the best thing I could have done during training and the race.

We decided to skip the post race party, knowing that it probably would be about the same and opted to head to a local pizza place for some grub!  We said bye to Marty and David after lunch and we headed back to the house for a day in the sun!  We were so excited to enjoy the afternoon.  It was bittersweet because everyone back in Greensboro were having a terribly cold day and we were totally being spoiled with an almost 80 degree afternoon.medalpic

PROS

I forgot to mention the medal drop-off yesterday!  For those running the Challenges, they offered a place for us to safely leave our medals so that we could run the next event without having to jingle the whole way.  It was a great touch and much appreciated!  Again, day two’s races were all well organized and all aid stations were well stocked.  It was nice to run Davis Island in the half.

CONS

I also failed to mention yesterday too that the end of each race (both days) is run on cement.  Normally that wouldn’t have been such a big deal, but by the end of the second day, the last race, we could tell.  Within a few steps on to it, my back instantly felt awful.  It’s weird how a pavement change can do that!  It’s a minor thing and really can’t be avoided given the course.

Our goal now is to return to Gasparilla at some point again to complete the other two Challenges offered.  We’d love to have a whole Challenge medal collection!  I mean, we already did the longest one first! 🙂

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Gasparilla 15K and 5K Race Day Recap

Part two of my Gasparilla Recap!  With so many races and fun, it needed to be a few separate posts.

Gasparilla 15K and 5K Race Day Recap

4:30am came early!  But with us being so excited, it really wasn’t that bad getting up super early.  We all got ready, ate some breakfast, and were headed to the race by 5:45am.  Our goal was to park as close as we could to the starting line.  David gave us some direction on where to park and we lucked out totally!  We were less than 2 blocks from the starting line.  We quickly hit the potty line and met up with Marty and David.raceday15K

As far as the weather, it was actually on the cool side for Florida.  Race day morning was in the mid-40’s and slightly windy.  We all dressed for the second race, knowing that the temperature would warm up quickly.  It felt perfect to us, considering we were used to running in colder temps.  I was actually grateful for the colder race day mornings mostly due to the fact that I don’t do too well in hot temps.

We headed to the start line and made our way to the 11 minute pace group.  I was running all of the races on my heart rate and based on most of my training runs, this was a good place to start for us.  At 6:45am, the horn sounded and the race was underway!!  The 15K has just over 5900 runners so we were surrounded by other runners the whole race.  It was crowded at the beginning, but they had all of the lanes of traffic closed so we were able to spread out pretty good.  We crossed the Hillsborough River on Brorein St.  The bridge kind of freaked me out.  It was a metal grate bridge, the same kind in Wrightsville and where we saw runners shoes get stuck in the grating and fall.  In Wrightsville, they told us to make sure we pick our feet up.  Cara and I quickly told our crew to do the same.  That was the last thing we needed!

We made a left onto Bayshore Blvd.  We quickly hit a bank of potties right after we turned and then kept on going.  We ran really evenly for the first few miles, just taking in all the sights.  It was mile 4 before we even realized!  The course was beautiful!!  Huge Florida homes lined the street on the right and the bay was on the left.  There were water stops every few miles and entertainment along the course.  The Rough Riders were out there passing beads!  It was very festive!

Just past mile 5, we hit the turn around on Gandy Road.  It was great to see Marty, David and Carole!  We all cheered each other on when we passed.  The course is an out and back, but this time, we were on the side closer to the bay.  I loved that they had the street closed down in both directions.  We had plenty of room to spread out!  We hit the last mile where the majority of the cameras were and we hammed it!  It gave us a great boost heading towards the finish line.  The race finished just shy of the Platt St bridge.  Coming through the shoot, there was plenty of water and Gatorade to drink to rehydrate before the 5K.  We had about 45 minutes until the 5K start so we hit the potties again before walking the short distance to the starting line.5KracefinishI felt great through the 15K, but just after my tummy started feeling bad and I had some mild cramping.  I was trying not to think about it too much.  The 5K has over 14,000 runners.  In order for it to run so smoothly, they have corrals that go off every 15 minutes.  Right at 9am, the first group were off.  We got into the second corral that was starting at 9:15am.  I decided to take a shot blok now, just in case I needed it for the 5K.  I didn’t feel tired, but erred on the side of caution.  We waited for maybe 10 minutes and then it was our time to start.

We headed on the same course as the 15K so we were prepared for the bridge.  I stuck with my heart rate and hung back for the first mile.  David and I were just taking it easy.  He stopped at the first water stop and I kept going.  My tummy started not feeling that good and the cramping was getting a bit worse.  I thought I’d stop at the next port-a-pottie but we were already passed some and we weren’t hitting the next group of them like we did in the 15K.  I was stuck!  I picked up my pace a bit and caught up to Cara and Christine.  I hung there for a minute but then realized I need to keep moving.  I was not feeling good at all.  I picked it up a bit more, knowing that there were potties up ahead.  Around mile 2.5, I was able to jump in one.  Thank goodness!!

I got back on the course and just kept running.  Within another .6 mile, I was done running and was never so happy to be finished.  I have never had close calls like that in a race before.  I’m not sure if it was my dinner from the night before, eating the chomp, or maybe taking in too much Gatorade and I actually over hydrated myself.  Either way, I was glad nothing bad happened.  Marty was waiting for me at our meeting place.  Everyone finished shortly after and we made our way to the post race party.

This is where my only criticism of the race starts.  The post race party was a mess.  We were all given a bag for our post race goodies.  We entered one super huge line and slowly made our way through each station.  About half way through it, I couldn’t take it any more and popped out of line.  After running 12+ miles, the last thing I wanted to do was to stand in line.  We made our way over to where they had Coke.  That’s all most of us wanted was a cold Coke.

We continued walking along the water walk to the festivities.  They had a beer tent, music and food trucks.  Again, a mess.  The beer line was ridiculously long.  All the 15K runners had been hanging out for a while and now add in the 5K runners, it was close to 20,000 people hanging out.  We decided that it wasn’t worth standing in line for a “free” beer so we decided to leave and head to somewhere closer to the house for food and a brew.  We said our good-byes to Marty and David and would see them in the morning.

We headed back to the Independent for lunch!  It was so good the first day, why not?!  By now the temps were up in the 70’s and it felt so nice outside!  Such a treat!  postracelunch

PROS

The race itself was really organized.  There were plenty of water stops, fully stocked with water and Gatorade.  There were also plenty of potties along the course too.  The race course was absolutely stunning!  Easily one of the prettiest courses I have ever run.  When we turned back at mile 5ish, seeing Tampa in the sunrise was awesome!  The crowd support was great too.  Both events easily handled the amount of runners.  It never felt crazy crowded and we had plenty of room thankfully to the use of all of Bayshore.  The medals and swag are awesome!

CONS

I love a post race party!  We were all looking forward to this, but unfortunately this one was a bust for me.  The lines were crazy long for post race food.  The walk from the finish line to the post race party was really long.  The beer lines and after party location was just too crowded.  I’m not sure what else they could do to improve it.   It may help if they had separate locations for the 15K and 5K.  The space just can’t handle 20,000 runners.

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Travel Days and Gasparilla Expo

Since coming back from Tampa, I’m been a little MIA on my blog.  We got back late Monday night and I’ve basically been recouping since.  Luckily, we had snow fall a few days this week which meant no school and lots of family time! Total win! 🙂

Our Gasparilla trip was so awesome!  I’m going to break up the trip and the races into separate blog posts because I’m having a hard time narrowing it all down.

Travel Days and the Gasparilla Expo

So let’s jump back to a week ago, we left Wednesday for Tampa.  Thankfully, due to snow, we were able to leave earlier in the day.  Christine, Cara and I started the 10+ hour trip south around mid-morning.  We made great time and enjoyed the car ride.  We got to Savannah around 3:30pm but still felt good so we continued on making it to Jacksonville right at dinner time.  We called it a day, grabbed some dinner and stayed overnight there.  wednesdaynightdinner

We got up early on Thursday, hit the gym downstairs for a quick run, and enjoyed the “free” breakfast.  We left Jacksonville right at 10am and drove the rest of the way to Tampa.  We were in contact with Amanda who had flown into Tampa earlier in the morning.  We agreed to meet up for lunch around 1pm at The Independent, a pub near our rental house.  The food was awesome!!  I was so excited to see they had Beef on Weck!  This was the perfect start to our trip.  thursdaylunch

After lunch, we headed to the grocery store for goodies for the rest of the week and headed to our rental house.  We met the owner, Mike, who was awesome!!  The house was amazing!  We instantly felt at home and the view from the backyard was spectacular!  We were in FLORIDA! 🙂  We had the rest of the day to hang out and to get settled.  We headed to Ybor City for dinner at the Tampa Brewing Company.  We had a delicious meal and made our plans for the next day.  Carole was flying in mid-afternoon and we’d be hitting the Expo. riverview

Friday morning, we got up and headed out for a little run.  It was a nice day, though a bit cool for Florida.  We got dressed and realized that we were within a short drive to see manatees.  So we made the trek to the Manatee Viewing Center in Big Bend. It was so cool!!  The manatees were just hanging out in the warm water.  They have an elevated viewing deck so you could see so many of them!  After the manatees, we headed towards the International Mall for lunch and to check out a running shop.  We had a great lunch at The Pub Tampa Bay.  manateeWe scooped Carole up at the airport and headed to the Expo and caught up with Marty and David.  This was probably one of the biggest Expos I’ve ever been to!  It had a lot of vendors, music, free samples, etc.  We made our way to grab our bibs and swag.  There was a snag with the tees and Cara ended up not getting all of her shirts.  They ran out of her size!  They are correcting this by sending her shirts once they are made and printed.  The Expo was well organized, though a bit hectic.  We headed over the Gasparilla official merchandise area (made by Under Armour).  I grabbed a badass skull tank and a hat.  I was disappointed that they didn’t have other race themed merchandise.  A lot of us were looking for blankets, every day tees, etc. but they didn’t offer it.  A huge miss in my opinion! For a race this size, I was surprised they didn’t have that type of merchandise.

One of the cool parts of the Expo was the huge banner which looked like the race logo, but when you looked at it closer, it contained all the names of all the participants.  We searched the banner for our names and snapped a quick picture in front of it. expo

Before leaving, we made our plans on where we would all meet up in the morning.  I researched places to park near the start.  That’s always the one thing that stresses me out!  Luckily David was really familiar with the area and he was great at pointing us into the right direction for parking.  We said our good-byes and headed back to the house.  Carole got settled into her room and we headed to dinner at a nearby Mexican place for dinner. raceoutfit

We were all in bed early!  We had a 4:30am wake-up call.  The 15K starts at 6:45 and we wanted to be there by 5:45-6am to hit the potties and meet the guys at 6:25am.  We laid out all of our race gear and turned the lights out by 8:30-9pm for me.  Tomorrow was the day!!  raceswag

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Race Weekend!

It’s finally here!!

By the time you read this, we’ll be lining up for the Gasparilla 15K and getting ready to start our Mich Ultra Challenge!

We’re running the 15K and 5K today and the half and 8K tomorrow!

30.4 miles in two days!

Ready, set, go!

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Weekly Fitness Plan – Tampa or BUST!

It’s here!  It’s here!! It’s finally here!!  We’ve reached Gasparilla race week and we are so ready and excited to go!! TampaTraining

Monday – This will be my only run of the week with any kind of distance behind it.  Easy 3 miles for me!

Tuesday – one mile

Wednesday – one mile early.  It’s our travel day and we’re planning on driving about half way.

Thursday – one mile  We’re finishing the rest of the drive down today so I’ll get a mile in, hopefully on the beach. 🙂

Friday – one mile  Loosen up those legs just a bit

Saturday – First day of races!!  We have the 15K and 5K today!

Sunday – Day two!  The half followed by the 8K.

Anyone else running Gasparilla?  Have a race this weekend too?

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Weekly Rundown

This week was so needed!!  We were are in taper town and it’s amazing!  No stress, resting up and ready for Tampa in just a week!  weeklyrundown

Monday – one mile and PiYo core

My legs were torn up from Sunday’s race.  Whew! It took all I had to get that mile in.  My calves were wicked tight. I felt pretty good about the PiYo workout.  I was actually able to make it through the whole thing this time AND I got better at a move or two.  Progress!

Tuesday – Long run day, 7 miles.  I am so thankful Cara met me for part of this run.  It helps when I could break up the run just a bit to get it done.  I ran 4 miles solo, even tackling the hills from Sunday’s course.  I wanted redemption! ha!  Cara and I ran the remaining 3 together.  We had a really great run!

Wednesday – Long (NOT) run, 6 4 miles.  I had 6 miles on my plan, but I was not feeling it at all.  So I ran 4 miles.  Cara and I met up to run and we both were just not feeling it.  That’s really unusual for us too.  We got the miles in and I’m happy with just getting any miles in after just a day of rest from this weekend’s long runs.

Thursday – one mile and I did PiYo core again just to add in a little something.  I had a lot to do and only had time for a quick workout.

Friday – One mile and a ton of walking (5.66 miles)!

Saturday – One mile and a ton of walking part 2 (6.36 miles)!

Sunday – One mile and a lot of walking part 3 9 (walked 5.27 miles). Due to a canceled afternoon flight, we ended up having a longer stay on Sunday than originally planned.  It was a welcome bonus though we were really tired, arriving home at 1:40am.

How did your week go with your training?

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Weekly Rundown

Another successful week!!  Each week we continue to gain miles on our weekends and we just keep meeting those goals.  It seemed so scary when we first started this, really unsure of what it would be like to run so many high mileage runs back to back, but honestly, it’s the way to go!  Depending on how this works, this may be the way to go for my future marathon trainings.

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Monday has become my “rest” day.  I run my one mile and spend the rest of the time recovering from the weekend’s runs.

Tuesday – I had a meeting at school so I met Christine and Cara over at our local Fleet Feet to join up with Kay for her weekly running group. It was my first night time run in ages and I enjoyed it a lot!  I got 4 miles in a bit faster and over heart rate.  I was really good the first 1.5 miles, but I wanted to get in 4 miles so I picked up the pace to get back to meet up with everyone.

Wednesday – Cara and I caught up for our weekly run.  We decided to loop the parks which is something we’ve not done in a while.  We got in 4 miles and felt great!

Thursday – I got a mile in before yoga class.  I finally went to class this week.  It was exactly what I needed.  I left with no soreness from the week’s runs, feeling really relaxed and had a great amount of good stretching.

Friday – One mile

Saturday – The tale of three runs!  Christine and I met early to run some miles before Carole, Cara and Henry met up with us.  We ran just at 4.5 miles.  We caught up with everyone and all ran 4 mile loop. Christine and I went to a get together for Declare It Day for just a bit.  Each February, Fellow Flowers celebrates setting goals and several of my friends were hosting a DID party.  We stayed for some snacks, some quick pics and the door prizes before we headed out again to meet the rest of the running group.  We ran back out to meet them and finished up the rest of our miles.  11 miles done!2015-02-07 15.43.14

Sunday – We ran the Massacre Marathon relay as 2 people teams to get our miles in for the weekend.  We had several other friends on teams so it was a lot of fun!!  And talk about amazing weather, the high was in the mid-60’s.  We’ve never had that kind of weather for this event before!!  Totally lucked out!  15 miles done.

I’ll be posting a race recap so check that out soon!

Total miles: 37 miles

How did your week go?  Was it a racing weekend for you?

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Weekly Fitness Plan – The Taper Edition

I have been waiting 10 weeks to write those words…Taper!  It can only mean one thing, we’ve completed 10 weeks of back to back runs and it’s time to put all our hard work to practice in Tampa!  One week to go!!

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Monday – 1 mile and whatever PiYo workout that decides to work

Tuesday – Long run part one, 6 miles.  I’ll run a few before hand and meet Cara for the rest.

Wednesday – Long run part two, 7 miles.  I’ll do a repeat and run a few and meet Cara for the rest.

Thursday – 1 mile and yoga

Friday – 1 mile and plenty of walking around NYC

Saturday – 1 mile and plenty of walking around NYC

Sunday – I’m hoping to maybe get a 3 mile run in when we get back into town.

Total miles: 20 miles

What’s on your fitness plan for the week?

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Weekly Rundown

Another successful week of training!  We continue to keep setting the bar high and we’re meeting each time.  Our confidence is building and we are getting stronger each week.  I love seeing the progress our Gasparilla group!  We got this!

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Monday – This week has been another dreary and cold week.  I just don’t have it in me to bundle up to head outside for just one mile so I’ve been doing them indoors.  Monday was no different.  One indoor mile

Tuesday – I completed my second MAF test and saw some great results!  I gained 40 seconds on the 3 miles.  Faster pace but my HR stays at the same level.  All this training is working and I’m excited to see what the next test shows.  I got in 4 miles, one warm-up and 3 for the test.

Wednesday – One indoor mile I had hoped to do more, but with a late day at school, I couldn’t get any more in.

Thursday – I had another busy day at school, but I brought my running clothes and made it a point to get a run in.  If I had 40 minutes, I was going to run.  I got in a 5K in between school and volunteering to sell tickets for our home wrestling match.  I was thrilled!  Avg HR 137

Friday – Another indoor mile at school during planning

Saturday – I forgot my watch for this one and ran “unplugged” for our 11 miler.  It was a blessing in disguise!  I was thrilled when Christine told me we were at mile 7.  The miles flew by and I felt great the whole time.  Unfortunately, my heart rate monitor was acting crazy!  It would go from 133 to 210 back to 135.  It was driving me crazy.  I turned it off and just ran using Christine and Cara’s HR.  Having done this for so long, I can tell when I’m “high” even before my HR beeps anyways. Another great thing about running on HR, we all know the HR difference between each other and we’re within 10 beats of each other.

Sunday – We ran a local race route for our 14 miler this morning.  It’s a hillier course with overall elevation gain of 634. We hadn’t run it in awhile so it was something different.  I felt super when I first started, ran really evenly paced.  About mile 8, the hills were starting to beat me down.  I slowed my pace back a bit and felt a little better, but I was still having to talk myself into not walking.  I kind of ran and walked on and off through mile 10-11.  We finally hit the downhill section and I started feeling better again.  I stopped at mile 11.5 and had to really get myself together.  The other girls were feeling the same way I was and we just sucked it up and headed back through the last part of the run and the start of the mostly uphill climb to the end.  By this point, my HR was not cooperating and I could barely make it up any of the hills.  I walked a few and then just did the best I could, knowing my HR was above where it should be.  Overall, I was only over my HR by 10 minutes of the 2:30+ I was out there.  So, I didn’t totally blow it as bad as I thought!  Avg HR 137cannonballelevation

Total Weekly Mileage: 35.12 miles

How was your week?  Did you have any tough workouts or runs that you had to overcome or talk yourself through?

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Weekly Fitness Plan – Gasparilla Week 10

It’s our last challenging high mileage week before we start tapering for Gasparilla. Everyone is still feeling good! I actually feel better than I have ever felt on some high mileage weeks during my typical marathon training. I will definitely be using the strategy for Crooked Road training in the fall.TampaTraining

Monday – 1 mile and maybe a BodyPump class. I’ll make the decision in the morning. Need to see how I feel after my long run today. If I’m not feeling BP, I can do PiYo lower body.

Tuesday – 3-4 miles with my friend, Kay’s running group. I have a late day at work so I’m excited to meet them for a night run.

Wednesday – 3-4 miles and PiYo upper body

Thursday – 1 mile and a yoga class at the gym

Friday – 1 mile and PiYo lower body

Saturday – 11 miler

Sunday – Just what we needed, a race to mix it up! Although we are running it as a training run, I’m on a 2 person team with Christine for the Massacre Marathon Relay. We get an awesome hoodie and a medal! Perfect training run! We have 15 miles, so I’ll grab another lap to get my miles in.

Total miles goal: 37 miles

Weekly focus: Stretching
I’ve not been as good at stretching this past week so I’m making an effort to go back to doing it nightly. I literally hit the bed and fell asleep so quickly all week.

What’s on your fitness plan for the week?  Do you have a weekly focus?

Happy Week!

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