The College Dropout

First of Many

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Member Since:

Mar 16, 2020



Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

High School: won a few state championships, ran some decent times

College: Ran in some cool meets, ran some fast times, competed as a NCAA Division 1 athlete


1mile: 4:55 (May 23rd 2020 solo time trial) 

Short-Term Running Goals:

I'd like to be able to run 16 miles at 6:25 pace at 6,000 feet comfortably again. Maybe run some road races and hop into some track races? 

Long-Term Running Goals:



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Race: First of Many (1 Miles) 00:04:55
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morning: 10min bike to shakeout before i time trial

afternoon: mile time trial! wanted to see where my fitness was at following my abandoning of my sport lol. got to cedar high's track with brady around 3:00pm. it was super windy, as it always is in cedar. warmed up, did strides, and started. got out in about 1:10, a bit too fast for where i'm at but it's hard not to be antsy when you know you're trying to go all out. 800 in 2:30, slowed down quite a bit haha. 1200 in 3:45, then finished for 4:55. felt spent! it's crazy that i used to be able to hold that pace for races much longer than a mile, now it's all out for a mile haha. either way, i'm so glad to be training agian. now i have a benchmark time to base my future training off of. back at it! 

followed the time trial with 4x200m finishes, 33 33 33 32. felt smooth despite going all out 5 minutes earlier. 

Night Sleep Time: 0.00Nap Time: 0.00Total Sleep Time: 0.00
From Eugene on Sun, Sep 06, 2020 at 20:04:19 from

“first of many”

the irony

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