In the last half mile of Saturday's 10k! If I look drenched, that's because I think I broke my course record for numbers of cups of water thrown on myself during a single race--it was so super humid and 80-something (as you can probably tell from my red face!). Sunday's race, meanwhile, was a totally different day with an overcast sky and 60 degrees. If I had to pick which race to have for the cooler weather, I'd have picked the longer one, so I'm glad it worked out that way! Stacking races on back-to-back days is definitely challenging but it makes for really good distance training. I didn't do any long runs over 16 miles leading up to my 2:56 fall marathon, but I DID do a half followed by a 10k which I figured sort of "counted" as a longer long run. Last week, by the way, was the first week I've hit over 40 miles in a super long time--I'm sure I haven't done this yet in 2017; all my other weeks have all been in the upper 20s or low 30s....in other words, don't let anyone tell you cross-training can't make you a faster runner. Do what works for YOU!