October 15, 2010 by staff
Frank Grammar is one of those riders. He said he could be called the marathon smile because it works with a smile and loves it.
. It’s something you cannot experience until you go, like, for 19 miles is a rush -. Just a feeling of joy that I feel very happy in the end, “he said.
That may be why he ran 10 marathons all Baltimore, the first in 2001 was also his first.
. It was as if we were going up all the time there was a point towards the end – Druid Hill Park -. Where it is extremely difficult people complained, and immediately they changed the course of next year, “Grammar recalled.
As Baltimore grew each marathon, grammar has been there and said he has the medals to prove it. This year, he and 32 other 10-time marathoners will be singled out Baltimore.
“Apparently, our bib numbers are less than 100 -. They want us to start early … I hope I can stand on the side and let everyone pass me,” he joked.
Grammar said he did not lie so much time of arrival, but for the sake of endurance.
“Once you get to 20 miles, you say:” Only another 6 miles. And once you get to 23 miles, you’re like, “It’s just another 5k. And it’s just – you know, you’re almost done, “he said.
Grammar said he kind of goes a bit fuzzy.
“I noticed that when I’m done, I really do not see – I’m so focused on looking at my feet,” he said.
Although grammar has said he always ends strong, it does not happen with the Baltimore Running Festival by a long shot. He said his goal is to do it at 25 consecutive marathons in Baltimore, if not more.
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