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March 21, 2018

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Washington,Ut,United States

Member Since:

Apr 25, 2015



Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:


**Personal Track Records **

800- 2:22

1600- 5:19

Mile- 5:14



**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-


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

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 3.00 Month: 93.65 Year: 496.15
Nike Zoom Structure 20 (Teal And Grey) Lifetime Miles: 189.65
Nike Zoom Structure 20 (Indigo And Mint) Lifetime Miles: 135.75
Total Distance

2 miles with Julieta before we left. Sam and Julia joined us for the last little bit. 

Loong drive to flagstaff and then we went to the track for premeet. We ended up running 2 miles to the sky dome, and then a mile on the track and then drills. Since I am not racing til Saturday, I just finished 3 more miles on the track while everyone else did their premeet and I’ll do mine tomorrow. I’m pumped and finally feeling good again! Four days of speed is honestly sooo hard on the body, at least the first few times. 

From Vis on Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 18:53:52 from

Good luck this weekend. A Herb Elliott quote for inspiration: “Most athletes imagine themselves at the end of their tether before they’re even seventy-five percent exhausted.” Explore that next 25.

From Josie Bushar on Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 22:05:29 from

Thanks for the inspiration robs

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