Despite having lived in Hobart for almost all my life, this was my first time in the Run The Bridge (RTB) race. Many Tasmanians eagerly look forward to RTB (unlike its near-namesake, RBT, the embarrassingly cheap reality TV show which no one asked for and no one definitely looks forward to.
I parked a few kilometres from the start line and jogged in for a bit of a warm up. The forecast wind and rain were as non-existent as Peter Dutton’s humanity and after a few minutes jogging I was comfortably warm and looking forward to the run. The Solemates gathered for a massive pre-race photo and otherwise decided to forgo much in the way of race preparation in order to allow more time to chat.
I caught up with Lewinski, who I have run with for a number of recent races and training runs (we have actually spent so much time running together over the past few months, Pauline Hanson wants us to sign a prenuptial agreement- don’t tell me running bromances aren’t real).
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