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October 01, 2006



Wasn't it awesome!? I cried a lot too that day. I got on the bus at the Hyatt that took us to the starting line and had tears already then! I was so excited for these people. I had chills the entire day. Thanks for coming down and cheering all the runners on. It's such an amazing experience and a great group of people to be with.


Erin, this is Kyle from Lakefront Brewery last winter. I ran my first (and possibly last) marathon yesterday and I'd like to thank you, Dave, and everyone who came out cheering people on. Having so much support and beautiful weather all came together for a faster race than I could have imagined. I had a great time, but I don't think I'll make this an annual event anytime soon. It's time for me to hang up running for a while and get back to mountain biking (once I can walk at a normal pace again). Great post, keep up the good work!


Don't feel bad- I went to watch for only 30 seconds to see my brother-in-law run close to my house, and teared up... but then again, i am pregnant!

Way to be an inspiration to those runners!


Amen, sister.

I got the goosebumps and teared up just READING your race-day posting from your old marathon blog. The experience is unforgettable. Congrats to all the runners!

It's been almost one year since my first marathon, and I'll definitely have a moment of weepy remembrance on Oct. 9.



Erin, thanks for getting out there and cheering on the runners. Seriously, without the spectators, I think some people wouldn't be able to complete the course. I know I couldn't. So, even though you were cheering in a different city, thanks for being out there and supporting those crazy marathoners. And, just so you know, I ran one of the miles in honor of you and the other faithful readers of my blog. You guys provided a lot of inspiration. Thanks, girl!

Bob McCann

2006 was my third Milwaukee Marathon, the crowd support this year was the best out of the three. Thanks for coming out, wish I could thank all of you. People just don't know how a little bit of cheering can pump a runner up, forget the pain a little bit and press on. The crowd support out on the course and at the finish was awesome!

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