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Cedar City,UT,

Member Since:

Sep 26, 2016



Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:


4 time region champ, 4 time state champ (team), 4 time all state athlete (individual)

2:02 800m

4:29 1600m

9:43 3200m

15:39 5k


Still building back to shape after many setbacks including injuries and sicknesses. Redshirted XC and Indoor, currently competing in uniform for Outdoor

4:17 1500m

15:35 5000m

19:49 6k

25:40 8k


Short-Term Running Goals:


Travel as much as I can!!!


4:20 Mile

8:45 3000m

14:50 5000m


4:00 1500m

14:45 5000m

Long-Term Running Goals:

XC All-American my last collegiate XC season

Go to NCAA's in a track event my last collegiate outdoor (and indoor season?) season

1:55 800m

3:50 1500m

4:05 Mile

8:20 3k

8:50 3k steeple

14:00 5k

30:00 10k

Ultras/Trail running

Western States 100


Exercise Science major at SUU, running for their cross country/track team

Miles:This week: 11.00 Month: 230.25 Year: 1689.00
Nike Zoom Streak Lifetime Miles: 63.00
Adidas Energy Boost 2 Lifetime Miles: 176.00
Adidas Energy Boost 3 Lifetime Miles: 163.50
Race: UNLV Invite (4.2 Miles) 04:20:00, Place overall: 420, Place in age division: 420
Total Distance

UNLV invite. Raced the 5k, 1500, and 4x4. Today was really a glorified workout, the meet wasn't very serious and my paces and times ended up being really tempo-esque with hard finishes. Wasn't fun being back to the 90 degree weather. Legs were heavy all week. Not even sure what my times were on any of them but the 4x4, I know I split a 59 lol. Fun first collegiate track meet, but nows the time to focus up for San Francisco.

Adidas Avanti Prime Miles: 5.00Adidas Supernova Sequence Miles: 6.00
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