June 20, 2021

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Attended Japanese high school and finished in March 2020. Was very lucky to be able to be a member of a very good team of runners at my high school, even though I was injured most of the time and was not able to be much of a contributor. Am currently doing an Engineering internship at a large manufacturer of Automotive transmissions, etc. It is really exciting. In spring of 2021, if COVID-19 has subsided, I am planning to serve an LDS mission, after which I plan to go to college and study Engineering.

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 215.00 Year: 666.00
Total Distance

Warm up run.

I felt super good after the warm up run, so I decided to scrap the workout I had planned and decided to run a 5000 meter time trial instead.

I ran 16:44.57. My goal was to go under 17:30, but I was feeling so super good I really cranked it out. This is a BIG new PR for me. My previous PR was 16:56 back in 2019. I think I still have more in me. My last two 1000m were (3:17) and (3:15) which showed to me that I had too much left at the end.

I finished with a cool down run to get to 12 miles.

PM: 5 mile walk. It was really hot.

From Eugene on Tue, Jun 08, 2021 at 14:47:17 from

nice job Eva!

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