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Old 12-23-2012, 12:22 AM   #229
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Annnnnnd.....done.

Two years, 11 months, and 27 days - 1,092 days covering 4,070.3 miles, and as of today I have finished my virtual run across the United States. Some stats:

Average Daily Distance: 3.72 miles per day.
Average Weekly Distance: 26.1 miles per week (Equivalent distance of 155 marathons - one per week)

Most Miles in One Month: 175.6 in January 2010 (5.66 miles per day)
Fewest Miles in One Month: 51.1 in July 2010 (1.66 miles per day - minor knee injury and big vacation)

Most Miles in One Week: 51.4 in July 2011 (7.34 miles per day - three-day weekend over July 4th)
Fewest Miles in One Week: 0.0 in July 2010 (knee injury and I was on a boat all week). This is the only week of the run in which I logged zero miles.

Miles By Month:

January 464.4 (I guess cold weather is my forte.)
February 316.9
March 378.0
April 357.0
May 332.2
June 297.5
July 316.2
August 292.8
September 344.7
October 288.4
November 312.2
December 370.0

Total: 2,115.6 miles running, 1,954.7 miles of exercise walking (mostly to work and back).

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