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October 21, 2018

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Location:

Cedar City,UT,

Member Since:

Sep 26, 2016

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

High School:

800m: 2:02.6 (Region 9 Champs)

1600m: 4:29.53 (Utah 3A State Champs)

3200m: 9:43.18 (Utah 3A State Champs)

5k XC: 15:39 (Nike Southwest)

College:

Freshman (redshirt, injury year, slow times)

1500m: 4:17.39  (Pomona Pitzer Invite)

5000m: 15:35.4 (Adidas Steve Scott Invite)

6k XC: 19:49 (Color Country Invite)

Sophomore (so far)

3000m: 8:42.3 (Time Trial, Altitude converted, UNOFFICIAL)

6k XC: 19:15 (Color Country Invite)

8k XC: 25:51 (UCR Invitational)

8k Road: 25:29 (Road Race Time Trial)

10k Road: 31:57 (Deseret News 10k)

Junior (so far)

6k xc: 19:25 (rainy, cold, windy, hilly)

8k xc: 25:35 (UCR Invitational)

 

Short-Term Running Goals:

 800m: 1:57

1500m: 4:00

3000m: 8:25

5000m: 14:30

10,000m: 30:50

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

no gd clue 

Personal:

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

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 73.50 Year: 177.50
Total Distance
10.00

Morning: my alarm didn't go off because of Wi-Fi issues, so I missed practice. It was a solid workout too, 6x2k with a minute rest on grass. Woke up at 9 and did it by myself.warmup and drills, then got to it at bicent. Hit 6:52, 6:59, 6:58, 7:05, then called it there because I knew I'd fall hard off the pace. Texted Paul and he said the range was 6:35 to 7:00 So I'm happy with a 6:58 avg. Also only like 4 guys finished 6, so I'm still feeling good. Hot out, hard effort, but glad I got it done. Cooled down to 10

Adidas Energy Boost 2 Miles: 10.00
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