In today’s podcast we dive into proof of time. What is a proof of time (POT), what qualifies for a POT and what do you need to run in order to get a POT?
runDisney requires you to submit a proof of time if you plan to run a half marathon in 2:45 or less or a marathon in 5:30 or less. For a half marathon you can submit a 10K, 12K, 15K, 10 Miler, Half Marathon or full marathon. For a full marathon you can submit a 10 miler, half marathon or full marathon. Results must be posted online. Relays, trial runs, self-timed runs and virtual runs are not accepted.
In today’s podcast we begin by talking about the themes that were just released for the WDW Marathon Weekend races. We then dive into the Wallis Sands Half Marathon in Rye, NH, which Jen raced and attempted to set a new PR and secure that elusive proof of time (POT) for her upcoming runDisney races.
It’s official! Welcome to the Go Find Your Awesome Podcast, the Podcast for Every Runner. In this, our first episode, my dear friend Jen and I discuss how this crazy running journey brought us right here.
Thanks for listening to the Go Find Your Awesome Podcast: Episode 1: Welcome to the Go Find Your Awesome Podcast
Join Coach Heather Jergensen and Awesome Athlete Jen Sorenson as they kick off the Go Find Your Awesome Podcast. Learn a bit about their journey to becoming a runner and triathlete and get a taste of what’s to come on future podcasts.
About the Podcast
Coach Heather and her Client Athlete Jen talk about all things running during a weekly podcast. As a result of their friendship, they began working together as Coach and Athlete, then as hosts of the Runners Without Limits Podcast (formerly Go Find Your Awesome). In it, they discuss training tips, gear, races, recovery, nutrition, products...everything you might want from a Podcast for Every Runner.