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Location:

Cedar Hills,Ut,USA

Member Since:

Feb 11, 2015

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

PRS

400 - 54
800 - 1:57.04
1600 - 4:14.47
3200 - 9:07
3 mile: 15:15
5k: 15:26

 

BYU

3k: 8:28
7k: 21:39

 

Short-Term Running Goals:

make it to regionals in track. 

Travelling squad on xc

Long-Term Running Goals:

Run a Marathon
Compete at Nationals in college

 

Personal:

Graduated from the good old LP! I am attending BYU after a 2 year LDS mission in Argentina!  

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 30.46 Month: 174.68 Year: 423.36
Bike Lifetime Miles: 128.49
Pegs 36 Lifetime Miles: 310.59
Vomero #2 Lifetime Miles: 340.55
Flats Lifetime Miles: 101.10
Vomero 1 Lifetime Miles: 434.60
Vomero 13 Lifetime Miles: 0.00
Hoka Clifton Lifetime Miles: 415.83
Victory 3 White Lifetime Miles: 9.11
Hoka Challenger Lifetime Miles: 21.90
Nike Pegasus 36 #1 Lifetime Miles: 39.91
Pegs 36 #2 Lifetime Miles: 8.00
Race: UW 3k (1.864 Miles) 00:08:17, Place overall: 39, Place in age division: 6
Slow milesFast milesTotal Distance
12.202.0014.20

1.5 mile shakeout in the morning 2.5 warm up. Strides 3k race, went out hard. Was in 2nd and within the first 400 my body was already tired and wasn't responding, decided to try to hold on. Held on somewhat and then kicked. Next time gonna open in like a 66 and come through the mile in 4:23ish Then I think I can cruise the last part. 8 mile cooldown. Seattle is beautiful! Also got to talk to Talon Hull the Davis Slayer (he has a blog but hasn't been using it now)

Vomero 1 Miles: 12.20Victory 3 White Miles: 2.00
Comments
From Eva Splaine on Sun, Feb 02, 2020 at 05:40:58 from 108.61.201.170

So what was your time for the 3K? You wrote on your last blog entry that you were aiming for 8:10, and according to your blog your PR is 8:28. Were you able to get a new PR?

I don't know why, but when I run a race on the track, I always feed wasted after the first lap. I think it is a psychological thing. If I hang on after that I usually am able to find my groove and things become easier.

I also think Seattle is beautiful. My family's home is in Seattle. My step-father's work here in Japan will end in one more year, then we will be here in Japan for one more year and then will return to Seattle.

From Zack on Sun, Feb 02, 2020 at 21:03:09 from 66.219.235.87

I ran 8:17. so it is a PB, I was hoping for a bit quicker but I not disappointed

From Eugene on Mon, Feb 03, 2020 at 05:32:17 from 104.189.16.160

i used to love reading Talon's profanity-laced entries. great job dude, you definitely have a shot at sub-14 this spring! happy to see you transitioned to post-mission running so smoothly.

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