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Member Since:

Jan 09, 2013



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Running Accomplishments:


10K: 37:31.2 (Deseret News 2016)

5K: 19:04 (Region xc 2014)

3200m: 11:19.44 (Simplot Finals 2016)

1600m: 5:13.65 (State 2016)

800m: 2:34.53 (Cache Box 2015)

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When I was young, I ran local fun runs with my family, but nothing more. I watched my dad, mom, and 2 older brother begin running and decided to try it out. During the spring of 6th grade, I ran 3 miles with my dad and have loved running ever since. I ran local 5ks and even a half marathon. In 7th grade I watched Conner, my older brother, run cross country and decided that I wanted to try it.

Freshman year: I did both cross country and track and was on varsity. I didn't understand what I had gotten myself into, but I enjoyed figuring everything out. I made many friends and continued to enjoy running.

Sophmore year: In the summer, I trained extra hard. During cross country, I noticed a ton of improvement. Track also went well, and I still loved running. 

Junior year: In the summer, I got a lot of miles in, but cross country was difficult. There were good and bad races. Many of my teammates had graduated, which was different. I'm happy with the season. I worked super hard during the winter making track amazing. It went well, but I had a foot injury. Gladly, I still ran at state and PRed like crazy.

Senior year: The beginning of cross country went really well. I improved from summer training. I didn't do as well as I'd hoped at state and haven't really been motivated since. Hopefullly, after hard training, track will be a super fun experience.

I enjoy running, playing piano, painting, skiing, and hiking. Life is totally worth living. Running is a good meditation that I love. I am LDS, and I run for Sky View High School.

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 54.05
ASICS GT 1000 Lifetime Miles: 756.20
Jana Star Waffle 5 Lifetime Miles: 37.78
ASICS GT 1000 :) Lifetime Miles: 244.46
ASICS GT 1000 <3 Lifetime Miles: 248.11
Nike Matumbo Lifetime Miles: 0.99
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There was some fast, but I don't wanna calculate the mileage, haha. 15 minute warm up, 1 min, 2 min, 3 min, 2 min, 1 min with a minute recovery. Up the canyon. None of us girls felt too great, so we stayed a ways behind the guys. The speed parts felt like they weren't fast enough, but when we turned around, we flew which was fun. We cooled down extra slow with a slight detour.

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Easy day, felt okay. Stuck with the guys, but we averaged 7:58. After, we did 12 strides in the parking lot. I don't think I'll include the strides in my mileage

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It was considered a long run, but I felt great after. Cedarridge backwards, but we extended into north logan.  I just kept going with the guys. 7:35 average pace. Super slushy and wet. Core later

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Snow day, but I waited until night to run on the treadmill. 1 mile warm up, 3 mile repeats a bit faster than tempo pace, 1 mile cool down. Core after

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