Kait Anelauskas

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Well, today is my last day in my 20s. I’ll turn 30 on the 30th!  I think that’s also called your Golden Birthday, which is suppose to be lucky!  I’m ready to take on a new year and a new decade.  My 20s were pretty great, and I have no doubt my 30s will be even better! In honor of this special occasion, here are 30 things you may not know about me… Advertisements

Matt and I just returned to Boston after a great 2 week trip to Southern California.   We spent a week and a half in San Diego, getting in some solid training in the amazing weather.   We then went up to Oceanside, where we kicked off race season at Ironman 70.3 California.

This year, I’m thrilled to announce a new sponsorship with Coeur Sports.  I am proud to represent such a great company and inspiring group of women.  If you don’t know Coeur, they are a women’s specific, endurance clothing company.  But, as you’ll see, they are SO much more than that.

I orginally wrote this on the old simplykait.com, but I wanted to repost it so it could be accessed from the updated site!  I wrote this last year in the middle of a really low-point for me  in my running life, when I was dealing with injury after injury.  Although I am healthy now, I know a lot of runners who are dealing with injuries and I can totally sympathize with the… Read More

OK, I’m over 1 month late on this race recap, but better late than never, right?  In June, a bunch of CRCers headed up to New Hampshire to run and volunteer at the Mt Washington Road Race.   Mount Washington is the highest mountain in the Northeast, and the run takes place on the auto road that winds up to the top of the peak.  The race is 7.6 miles long and… Read More

It was a beautiful day to run a 5k (high 50s at race start!). There were tons of people at the race, most dressed in green to celebrate St. Patty’s Day.  There were even some fully-outfitted leprechauns and a man completely painted green!  I had done the Ras na hEireann in 2009, and set my 5k PR. There are some decent hills on the course, but it finishes on a long downhill, making… Read More