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Location:

American Fork,UT,USA

Member Since:

Nov 07, 2009

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

50+ marathons, a few ultras, a slew of halves. Love the trails

Short-Term Running Goals:

Ogden

Sogonapmit

St. George

Hopefully a BQ this year

Personal:


Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Saucony Guide TR Lifetime Miles: 324.09
Montrail Hard Rock (Red) Lifetime Miles: 139.39
Asics GT-2150 Trail Lifetime Miles: 135.13
Saucony Kinvara Lifetime Miles: 167.47
Five-Fingers KSO Lifetime Miles: 7.25
Saucony Xodus Lifetime Miles: 18.18
Saucony Guide 5 Lifetime Miles: 126.03
Saucony Hurricane 12 Lifetime Miles: 99.65
Saucony Guide 5 (black) Lifetime Miles: 88.54
Brooks Cascadia 7 Lifetime Miles: 4.50
Saucony Peregrine Lifetime Miles: 7.78
Race: Race for Red 5K (3.1 Miles) 00:24:01, Place overall: 18, Place in age division: 1
Slow milesFast milesTotal Distance
0.003.103.10

This never happens--so the fact that it did meant I had to find an internet connection and report about it.

The Race For Red is a 5k (and a 1 mile fun run) put on by Intermountain Healthcare/Utah Valley Regional Medical Center's Heart and Vascular Services to promote a heart-healthy lifestyle. It's a fun little race.

I had rolled my ankle earlier in the week on a trail run and the joint and muscle soreness from that stuck with me through Friday. I figured the 5k would end up being an easy, fun run with a finish line.

The jog over to the start, however, was discomfort-free so I figured I might as well 'rub some funk on it,' as it were...

3 miles at a pretty consistent 7:41/7:42 and a faster final .1 put me at a 7:39 average pace--at least that's what the Garmin said. RunnerCard officially gave me an average pace of 7:43.

But the important part to all of this is that in my age division, I was the fastest! Today, I reign supreme!!! 2nd place in the division was 5 minutes slower.

Saucony Kinvara Miles: 3.10
Comments
From Smooth on Sun, May 12, 2013 at 22:59:58 from 71.219.9.121

WaHOOOO!!!! CONGRATULATIONS on the AG win!!! Yah, baby, you reigned supreme, hands down!!! :) :) :)

My bro-in-law from Hong Kong happened to be in town, so he ran it with his son who's going to BYU. I don't know his time and he left that afternoon for his flight to NYC.

Anyhow, wow! you did awesome!!! hope I see you at Ogden! :)

From Maynard on Mon, May 13, 2013 at 10:50:22 from 70.103.189.14

So are you running Ogden then, Smooth? For dome reason I thought Boston was your last before heading out to the mission field... I will definitely be looking for you.

From DaleG on Mon, May 13, 2013 at 19:09:55 from 152.216.11.5

Dang!!! Congratulations on the AG win. Very cool, indeed.

From Toby on Sat, May 18, 2013 at 21:31:50 from 199.101.229.6

Thanks for the moral support today! It was so nice to have a buddy during those last few miles! Recover well!

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