May 18, 2010
Pre-high school: I ran a lot of local 5ks and a few half marathons. I didn't do a ton of training, but I just had fun, and I got more serious about it as high school got closer.
High school: I enjoyed running a lot, especially cross country. I originally did track to keep my in shape for cross country. I ran at Footlocker Nationals, the Adidas Dream mile, Brooks PR Invitational, world xc junior championships, and a few local 5ks.
PRs: 800: 1:56.80-State Track 2014
1600: 4:10-State Track 2014/Mile: Sea Level-Adidas Grand Prix-4:07
3200:Alititude(~4500ft): 8:57.99-State Track 2014-2 Mile:8:53 at Brooks PR Invitational
5K: New Balance Indoor Nationals(2014) - 14:24
10K:USA Junior Track Championships (2014)-31:01
15K: Blacksmith Fork Freedom Run (aided) 48:10(2013).
Utah Valley Half - 1:11:24(aided)(2012)
Cross Country: 10th(2018);
Indoor: 3k-7th(2019) 5k-10th(2019);
Outdoor: 10k-22nd(2018), 4th(2019), 5k-7th(2019)
Long-Term Running Goals:
Make sure I have fun, not get burned out, and get faster.
School records in the 5km and 10km.
Served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from July 2015-July 2017. I gained 30 lbs. during the service and came back out of shape; however I knew that if the Lord wanted me to once again run competitively, he would bless me to return to fitness.
I graduated from Sky View High School in Smithfield, Utah. I currently run for Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.
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AM-6.16 miles at the track field. Lots of grass loops.
PM-13.5 with Clayson, Matt, and Adam. Matt just informed us he is getting married on Saturday instead of in Februrary.
AM-5.2 easy miles of grass loops.
PM-Michigan today. Splits were 4:22, 4:56(grass), 3:15, 4:50(grass), 2:05, 4:50(grass), 59, 4:44(grass). Felt great on the track for the first few, but after that I knew I had gone out too quick. Grass didn't feel as tempo-like as it should, which probably means I went too hard on the track.
AM-7.2 easy miles with Michael and Clayson. We talked about what Michael should name his daughter.
PM-8.7 miles with Elijah. Strides were added on at the end to get used to the indoor track.
AM-5.2 with Clayson and a friend whose dad served as a missionary companion with Coach Eyestone.
PM-9.2. Did an 800, 400, 400, 200, 200 at 2:07, 61, 60, 27, 27, with 400, jog after everything other than the 200s which had a 200m jog. I was not having a great day with pacing, and ran everything a bit too quick. Goals were 2:10, 62, 62, 29, 29. I felt fine though.
AM-6.75 miles picking up people throughout. We started pretty slow, and someone passing us started talking to us. His name is Zack, he just started running a few months ago and has run a 68 minute half marathon. After Brady Early, a former teammate, ran into us after we talked about how we were surprised we never saw him on our runs.
PM-4 miles. 3.2 warm up, then strides, 400m at goal pace (too fast...60... I messed up again), and then 200m at 30.
||BYU Invite (1.864 Miles) 00:07:58, Place overall: 1, Place in age division: 1|
AM-2.1 mile shakeout.
PM-Warm up, strides, then we raced. They put us in positions randomly. This led to me being on the back line. Honestly, a four lane track with twenty people is already pretty packed, but the start is the worst. Kramer let me switch him spots so I could be in the front line. I was surprisingly more nervous than I've been for a race in a long time, but the nerves settled quickly. We started, I got out well, Talem paced me for the first 4 laps (5 laps to the mile on our track). I felt pretty good, but could tell we were slowing after the second lap, so I told him to speed up. After he dropped, I ran a quick lap(50), and then stayed consistent the rest of the way. My goal was 8:00 to 8:05 if things weren't feeling great, and under 8:00 if I was doing well. With 800m to go, I saw I needed to run a 2:08 for the last 800m to hit 8:00, so I knew I was on pace. I didn't speed up that much, but maintained well and finished at 7:58. Afterward, my throat burned from the air in the facility. While I do like our facilities, the air can burn your nose and throat sometimes. Just over a 10 mile cool down after. The team killed it today, which was really impressive to see.
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