Who wants to run for 13 miles? Apparently, 4621 crazy people did, and Gray (and his brother Clay) were among them. Grayson hadn't done any specific training for this race, but he'd done several long runs just as part of his usual workout routine (in addition to the biking, racquetball, climbing and weight lifting). He'd run two half marathons before (Provo River and Moab) and on Saturday he clocked his best time yet, 1:33:26, that's an average of 7:08 per mile (I don't think I can keep that pace for ONE mile ... but then, I'm a wimp). Grayson was 10th in his age division, and 130th overall. Great job Gray!