by Kay McVey
In recent years, the GO! St. Louis Marathon had been plagued with hot weather that wilted many of even the best runners on the challenging course. We had had an unusually cold and long winter in St. Louis, however, and spring was late. In the days prior to the marathon, I was excited to see a very moderate temperature forecast for race day. Usually the lilacs were blooming and I would take them to the Expo (Kay’s a key GO! volunteer at the Expo) , but this year I took bouquets of my daffodils.
I rode to the […]