LeeAdianez Rodriguez-Espada, a 12-year-old in Rochester, New York, accidentally found herself in a race even longer than her name. With no training, and only two months after she started running regularly, Lee crossed the finish line of a half marathon she didn't even know she was going to run.
The morning of the accidental triumph, Lee was running late (hehe) for a 5K, but ended up being placed among the adult runners in the half marathon.
And some point during the race, she saw a woman working for the marathon. "I asked her how long it was," Lee said, "and she said, 'Like 13 miles,' and that's when it struck me I was in the half-marathon instead of the 5K."
Watch the whole video and feel even inferior-er:
Her family had no idea where she was, and the marathon tracker wasn't working. But they managed to find each other at the finish line.
Can you still resent an overachiever who didn't even know she was achieving?