Unbeknownst to me, my super-epic* 4th place finish at Miles for Melanoma on Sunday morning was captured on film. Check the last few seconds of this WGN clip from Sunday night: If I would have known they were filming I would have at least made an attempt to look less like someone who's about to fall over. The lesson is: you should always pretend that cameras are on you, just in case it turns out that they actually are. *I am not using the (non)phrase "super-epic" correctly. I fully understand that my finishing a 5K in 20:48 is not at all "super" or "epic" and certainly doesn't warrant combining the two to make a new word. Please indulge me.