I don't think I have one for this year.
Last year I trained really hard. I had a coach who really prepared me. I was running a lot and cycling a lot. My short runs during the week were 5 miles, usually 6 or 7. Weekends were 8 to 10. On the weekends I would go out to a local hill about an hour away and run hills for at least 2 hours. Same for the bike, there was a bike route about an hour away that I rode hills on for 3 to 5 hours. My life felt consumed by getting ready to run Washington under 2 hours, and do the 109 mile, hilly century a month later under 6 hours.
For last years run, the weather was pretty cold and very windy. My wife claims that's why I finished at 2:10. Then I gave it my all on the century, lots of hills, 6:30.
I felt terrible after these two events, they really broke my spirit. I gave training my all, I weighed 25 pounds less than I do now, and I still failed. I had no idea how much this affected me, still.
I gave up my couch, I gained weight, I got a new position at work that takes a lot of my time, I pretty much gave up training.
This year I had no expectations, wasn't even sure I could finish, or finish under the required time.
It wasn't as cold as last year at the top, it was in the 40s with 40+ mph winds Still not friendly, but doable.
I finished 2:26, the cut off is 3:05.
I'll do it again next year, but I'll train for it - I hope.