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tell me why I keep coming back | Hospital Hill Run

Disclaimer: I received free entry to Hospital Hill races as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

My Hospital Hill experiences have changed greatly over the years!

Hospital Hill Run

Through the years :

2014 – One of my first 5k experiences; It was raining and I finished with the help of my good friend Jeannie!

2015 – I came back to this race with a vengeance; I ran the inaugural year of the Hospital Hill Re-Run (5K + 10K) and mostly enjoyed the miles (even through the wardrobe malfunction – no, I didn’t pee my pants)

2016 – This was my first year pacing with the Smart Pacing team and my first Hospital Hill Half Marathon. We (mostly) enjoyed the miles and I got my runners in perfectly on time!

2017 – My first half marathon repping the BibRave Pro orange! I was so excited to start my BibRave Pro journey!

2018 – The first year I was able to find my fellow BibRave Pros before and after the race for a photo opp! The Friday night 5K was cancelled due to the heat…so I ended up running an additional 5K when I got home…I earned that extra metal!

2019 – Another year, another hill! This time, I was able to run the Hospital Hill 10K with fellow Pro Katy. Being 8 months pregnant wasn’t the easiest but we enjoyed the morning chatting away the miles!

What will 2020 bring?! Who knows…but I’ll be sure to train for those rolling KC hills!

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You will quickly learn that Kansas City (Missouri) is not flat and full of amazing hills! You can check out a few of those in the course profile from my previous year’s race recaps — 2019 2018 2017 2016

Do you have a race that you come back to year after year?

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