Garrett Faragher running

April 15, 2021

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Location:

Orem,UT,United States

Member Since:

Mar 25, 2020

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

High school bests

Track:

800m: 2:02 (altitude - 4500 feet)

1600m: 4:26 (altitude - 4500 feet)

3200m: 9:27 (altitude - 4500 feet)

Cross Country:

3 mile: 15:14 (altitude - 4500 feet)

5k: 16:04 (footlocker west)

Miles:This week: 29.50 Month: 120.50 Year: 803.80
Total Distance
11.00

5k in 15:18 at UVU. I got a good start and today for the most part I felt really good about my mental game. I just hopped In the back of the front group and turned my mind off. The first half went by pretty fast too so I was feeling good. Jared created a gap between him and the front pack and with 4 laps to go I was still feeling good and decided to try to separate myself from the pack and catch up to him.  I separated from the pack but I couldn't close the gap all the way to Jared and got stuck by myself in between the two groups. With two laps to go I really started to feel it and got passed by a few. Looking back I should have waited longer to make a move, or just fully committed to get up to Jared and work with him. My mental game is getting a lot better but I felt it was pretty tough once I was by myself so I need to be smarter with those kinds of decisions. Splits were 4:40, 4:53, 5:05 I think. Was hoping to at least break 15 but I think I'm definitely in shape for that (without a conversion), I just need to run it smarter. 

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