My favorite races were annual ones in support of a local charity. It's one that I used to run with my dad and sometimes I'd pass him, other times he'd do better.
But now I'm content not competing and go out at night in my neighborhood through all the quiet streets, or head over to the track or gym.
That's impressive, to say the least in regards to the number you've run in.
What was your favorite? Do you do trail runs?
What was your favorite race and distance?
Trying to run after being away from it from a while is painful to the point of almost being comical - the out-of-breath wheezing, the soreness, the discomfort, the sense that it is just faster and easier to ride a bike or drive a car. I need better motivational inspiration.
Except I'm nowhere near your caliber of running awesomeness! I've only been running regularly since February so I'm slowly creeping up my mileage. I threw in college but I was always inspired by the distance crew, even today as a track coach I have the greatest respect for the work our guys and girls put in. I also really love how supportive they are of one another and even me! :D
I have heard the Great Wall marathon is tough. They say you literally have to walk portions of it since it goes up stairs! But what an experience that would be! Another international experience you might enjoy is the Inca Trail in Peru. A friend's Dad hiked that (he's also a marathoner) and loved it!