Grethe and I ran the Kaiser Permanente Half Marathon in San Francisco yesterday. Over six thousand runners took part on a bright morning, which began cool but which was warm in the sunshine. We both ran personal bests (Grethe: 1:32:22; Owen: 1:17:49) – no doubt in part because the course is net downhill, though that can only have taken a minute or so off our times. It must be the benefit of running here in the Berkeley hills. We met up with a bunch of friends from the K-Stars running club afterwards and all had brunch together. There was a good vibe, as almost all of us had achieved our goals and enjoyed the race. You can see the full race results here.