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Nibley,UT,United States

Member Since:

Aug 03, 2015



Goal Type:

Highschool Champ

Running Accomplishments:

I first started running at a very young age. All my family have been runners so it was expected of me to do the same. As i grew up i did lots of 5K's but nothing longer then that. Once i was in 9th grade and started high school i finally realized that i loved running and i needed to train and push myself. My PR for a 5K/ Cross country race is a 16:24. In Track i run the 3600, my PR is a 10:11. I have also run a couple half marathons. Pr is 1:20:01 on the Top of Utah Half.

Short-Term Running Goals:

Run under a 15:30 at the Utah State Championships for Cross Country. Also like to be top ten at state. I would also like to run under a 1:15 for the TOU half marathon.

Long-Term Running Goals:

I would like to run at least a couple full marathons but nothing to much bigger. Running Boston is one of those marathons I would really like to do. I havent decided what else i will like to try for in my long term running goals.


I run for Mountain Crest High School.

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Race: TOU half marathon (13.1 Miles) 01:15:17, Place overall: 12, Place in age division: 2
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TOU half marathon today! It was a blast! Running down the canyon i didnt feel to good. my quad was hurting from highland just the other day. After 5 or 6 miles it went away and i could pick up the pace. Final time was 1:15:17. A 5 minute improvement from last year! Going to take it easy for a couple days to get my muscles feeling better. Overall an amazing run.

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