to register under the "Clydesdale" category.
After a couple convincing comments- I realized that my weight- that insignificant number on the scale- does not determine my value. That whether or not I win, and whether or not they announce my weight for all to hear- it doesn't matter. I'm going to cross the same finish line as the first place runner- the one who will finish an hour before me. But you know what? It doesn't matter. I'm proud of my accomplishments thus far and if I have a chance at winning in a separate category- I'm going to take it. If I still lose- oh well. Again- doesn't determine my self worth. I'm a runner. I run 5-6 days a week, have competed in several (15+) races and am currently training for my second half marathon in less than 6 months. I'm proud of those things. I might weigh more than the typical runner- but who cares?