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December 11, 2018

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Member Since:

May 26, 2009



Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

Mt. Nebo Half 2011 - 1st Overall  1:10:17

St. George Marathon 2011 - 38th overall - 2:47:25  

Speedy Spaniard 10k 2011 - 6th Overall - 35:55   6.1 

Hale Freezes Over 10k 2011 - 3rd Overall - 35:56  5.97

St. George Marathon  2010     2:56:35

Hobble Creek Half 2010   4th in age  1:21:19

Highway to Hale 2010    3rd overall  37:25

5k in Lindon  2010   17:16

Utah Valley Marathon 2010, 3:01:26

Lehi 5k, 18:24

Timpanogos Half Marathon, 2010 1:54:29 

Speedy Spaniard 10k  (2009) 40:15

Hale Freezes Over 10k (2010)  40:16

Freedom 10k (2009) 41:34

 Provo River Half  (2009)  1:30:59

Symantec (Lindon) 5k (2009) 19:16


Short-Term Running Goals:

Sub 17: 5k,   sub 36 10k,  sub 1:15 half, sub 2:40 full



Long-Term Running Goals:

Run a lot, stay healthy

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Brooks Cascadia Lifetime Miles: 114.00
Brooks Launch Lifetime Miles: 761.94
Five Fingers KSO Lifetime Miles: 14.00
Asics Nimbus 10 (13) Lifetime Miles: 496.00
Brooks Launch 2 Lifetime Miles: 33.00
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Ran the BST in Orem with Wes.  The trails are fantastic and the best weather of the year so far.  Great run other than I had to stop and pop my SI joint back into place a few times during the run, which then takes another 100-200 yards after I put t back in for the muscles to wake back up and work properly, then got some good pushes going up and down on the way back.  Felt great to be able to open up a bit, though I felt some high right adductor twinges and a little right hammy twinge, usually when the SI was out though.

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