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Special Outpatient Surgery Edition - Anesthesia - July 2018

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\G SUR SD HUP UV s You made national news by coming out of relative obscurity to beat some of the best racers on the planet. How did you do it? It was a combination of things. There's a quote that I like: Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. I ran com- petitively in college and had been training consistently for many years. The weather that day — rainy and windy — was the wildcard everyone had to deal with, so it was a unique race. It was only the second marathon I'd ever run and the only reason I entered was to run with my brother. Did you know how well you'd done after crossing the finish line? I had passed some of the top women who were expected to finish at the front of the pack, so I knew I was doing well, but had no idea how well. When I finished, a race official told me I placed second. I assumed he meant in my age division. A few minutes later I found out it was second place overall. I was in shock. That's when my husband and I started freaking out. n Inspiring Second Place Finish After 26.2 Miles A Sarah Sellers, CRNA Nurse anesthetist and 2018 Boston Marathon Runner-Up J U L Y 2 0 1 8 • O U T PA T I E N TS U R G E R Y. N E T • 6 7

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