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Location:

Monroe,Ut,

Member Since:

Apr 15, 2011

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Boston Qualifier

Running Accomplishments:

Mile 4:50 high school

3 Mile 17:20 high school, 17:09 2014 (aided)

5k- 2011 time trial 20:30, 2012 time trial 19:56,19:23, 2014 17:46 (aided)

10K- 2011 time trial 44:13, 2012 time trial 40:02

Half Marathon time trial April 2011 1:37:38, April 12' 1:32:46

Ogden Marathon 2011 3:40:58,2012 3:24:27

St. George Marathon 2012 - 3:10:08

Short-Term Running Goals:

 

Run on trails as much as I can.

Not get injured and stay consistent with my training.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Complete a 50 and 100 mile ultra.

Qualify for Boston... missed it by 8 seconds previously

Run one of those rediculously aided Utah half-marathons helter skelter down a canyon and get a PR.

Personal:

Married with three boys. Ran the Odgen Marathon in honor of my mother, a marathoner, who passed away from cancer and it just had continued from there. Grew up in a running family and have fallen in love with running, especially on trails.  

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 155.22
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Drove to the Sawmill trailhead.  Headed up and climbed for 30 minutes.  Got a mile and a half, my only goal was to keep running and not start hiking.  On the way up I found an arrowhead laying on the trail.  Guess keeping my head down so I don't see how steep it is has it's benefits.  3 miles total

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Been slacking on my posting lately.  Have been building back up slowly, probably averaging 3 runs per week between 4-6 miles per run.  Deferred my entry into the Squaw Peak 50 trail race until next year.  Not enough training and recover time to not get injured, just got to keep plugging along and have patience.

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