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March 21, 2018

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Member Since:

Dec 23, 2013



Goal Type:

Age Division Winner

Running Accomplishments:


PRs for Current AG (50-54):

5K = 19:00 (OKC 2016)

8K = TBD

10K = TBD

15K = TBD

Half = 1:24:31 (Houston Half 2017)

Marathon = 2:55:18 (Mesa-Phoenix 2017)


All Time PRs (all set as a Master)

5K = 17:54 at age 49 + 11 months (Edmond)

8K = 30:22 at age 45 (OKC)

10K = 37:47 at age 47 (Tulsa)

12K = 46:29 at age 46 (OKC)

15K = 58:34 at age 46 (Tulsa)

Half = 1:23:10 at age 42 (Tulsa)

25K = 1:41:06 at age 47 (OKC)

30K = 2:12:07 at age 48 (Edmond)

Marathon = 2:55:18 at age 50 (Mesa-Phoenix)


Short-Term Running Goals:

For 2017: PR Half and Full Marathon


Long-Term Running Goals:

Stay healthy and be competitive.



100 lbs lighter as a Master and have kept it off for almost a decade (typically ~165-175 lbs)


Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Adios Black Lifetime Miles: 186.93
Boston 6 Black Lifetime Miles: 161.96
New Blue Adios 3 Lifetime Miles: 200.91
Boston Blue 6 Lifetime Miles: 42.32
Aktiv Adios Lifetime Miles: 142.75
Running MilesSwimming YardsBike Miles

a.m. spin (37:00) & core drills

p.m. Pre-run lifted weights (all but legs, shrugs, shoulders...fallen back with week off)

OC with Court; ran 3 x hill loop; took a walk break after first 1/2 mile to loosen up hamstring/butt muscle; overall still feel things but not as bad; temp decent for August at 81; ENE 10; DP 64: Feels Like 82.  

R8; R3; ART

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