The sun is setting quicker these days so about 3/4 of this run was in the dark. That means getting used to worrying about the footing. Of course worrying. That was the interesting part about this. I managed to work my way through the fact that in fact I have no control over the footing whatsoever. It is what it is and as result there is no need to attach, aver, delude or crave (good footing). It is what it is. Nice to renounce an opinion on something else in this phase of my training.
After working through that part I relaxed well and just ran. At the same time I wasn't very good at keeping my mind on breathing. I switched over to working with skillful or right view and working through the four noble truths which was a very useful approach and the run finished itself off nicely. The pace wasn't quick but the leg turnover was nice for the last half.
Can't really check things off, because that would be grasping, but it certainly would be a bit of renouncing.