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Location:

Washington,Ut,United States

Member Since:

Apr 25, 2015

Gender:

Female

Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

 

**Personal Track Records **

800- 2:22

1600- 5:19

Mile- 5:14

3200-11:33

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**Personal XC Records**

2 mile- 11:52 (DH 2 mile) 2015-16

2.95 mile- 17:49 (Murray Invite)  2016-17

3 mile- 18:32 (Cedar Invite- New, Longer Course) 2016-17

5k- 18:52 (Riverside) 2017-18

 

Short-Term Running Goals:

•Sub 17:30 in 5K

•break 5 in a mile

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

Never lose the joy of running! 

Complete a Marathon 

Run in college-

Personal:

Freshman distance runner at SUU on the XC and Track teams. High on life and runnin’. 

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 34.40 Year: 548.10
Nike Zoom Structure 20 (Teal And Grey) Lifetime Miles: 192.20
Nike Zoom Structure 20 (Indigo And Mint) Lifetime Miles: 172.55
Total Distance
8.50

On our way to flagstaff for a meet. Way pumped. No shakeout this morning cuz we will do one when we get there. A little sad cuz I was asleep when we passed lake

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Mile shakeout once we got here. I forgot how beautiful flagstaff is 

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Mile warm and drills and stuff. Then the mile. I was the last person in the fast heat so that’s always fun. We started sooo fast and I was ok through 3 laps and the last 2 I really died hard. My legs were so tired and felt kinda like noodles. I’ve never felt so tired after a mile. Ran a 5:36 which converts to a 5:26 which is decent. Only one person in the slower heat beat me so that’s good. Definitely not as good as last week but I’ll get there. Mile cool down

Mile warm and then the 3000. We were supposed to do it as a good workout. I was really strong through 6 laps, and ok the 7 and 8 one. My last 2 were a little strugglish but they were ok  I’ve got to work on opening my stride. Ended up 11:20 which converts to about 10:55 which would be pretty similar to my pr in the 3200 so I’m pretty happy with it. Excited to keep racing and see what I can do. Can’t complain about how things went considering the higher mileage and decently hard workouts. Cool to 8.5

 

 

Comments
From Holt on Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 19:26:48 from 71.37.79.31

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