Bare facts; I ended the year with 1455 miles (2342 K), compared with 1470 in 2010 and 1433.5 in 2009. Not bad considering the injuries I sustained. This brought my lifetime recorded distance to 155,916 miles (250,922 K) I have just completed my 18th training log and begun my 19th. The first one was started in September 1953.

I raced 34 times in 2011.

Of 2012? I will probably race less. I would like to find some new countries to race in: Albania, Vietnam, India, Venezuela, and Nicaragua…?

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