Palin Runs Iowa Half-Marathon

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Former U.S. Vice presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin walks past members of the media while arriving at Trump Tower on 56th Street and 5th Avenue on May 31, 2011 in New York City.

Sarah Palin is not indecisive about all races—but maybe she needs a disguise to make a decision. After speaking in Indianola, Iowa, on Saturday, Palin ran a half-marathon incognito in Storm Lake, Iowa on Sunday. Palin ran the 13.1-mile course around the lake in 1 hour 46 minutes and 10 seconds. Reportedly, Palin registered for the race under her maiden name, Sarah Heath. Palin confirmed she took part in the race afterward, tweeting “Thank you, Storm Lake, Iowa. You put on a great event & we loved meeting some great folks in our beautiful town today!” Other participants in the race said Palin was “as gracious and friendly.” But it’s back to the political trail after this: Palin is scheduled to hit New Hampshire Monday for a Tea Party rally.