500 miles (590, really) before July 1
500+ miles in July
500+ miles in August
500+ miles in September and October
and 50+ miles in November and December
Everything after July 1st would not have been record breaking for me but would have been a very decent year. Still, 2200 miles was beyond an optimistic goal for me. I also ran 350+ miles, most of that in the first 4 months of the year, and had a reasonably good finish time in the Feaster Five run on Thanksgiving (8 minute miles), even though I didn't put on more than 50 miles since May. I also used our trainer in the basement for about 20 hours in the late winter and early spring. I didn't start until February this year and already started back on it for the winter. Not that I am abandoning running; I ran 6 miles this morning. I'm hoping to keep up both cycle training and running all winter and maybe, just maybe I will get some skiing in this winter. I was invited on a half marathon ski race this winter and I'd do it if I get a trip or two in before then ...