Thanks! I actually ran it 111013 and was pissed b/c I ran 2:01. I hate running just over 2:00 b/c running just under is *way* more fun. I had a pretty good run but flew along for the first 9 miles and then blew up, a disturbing pattern that I've repeated quite a few times, the worst was 2:18 in the spring, and my leg blew up to twice its normal size for about a month, which was disturbing and quite painful. Everyone assures me it had nothing to do with diabetes. I ran all summer, but not as many long runs and had a great (for me, 1:45...) 12 miler a couple weeks before the race and was thinking 1:55ish which would have beat my PR by a couple of minutes but, 9 miles in, I got twinges of cramps and slowed down. There were quite a few hills, perhaps odd for IL but there's a river and some creeks cutting down so lots of inclines and grades that were challenging and maybe I am just getting old, perhaps harder to manage than diabetes?