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Member Since:

Jul 25, 2005



Goal Type:

Marathon Finish

Short-Term Running Goals:

  • 5/20 - beat the bridge 8k
  • 5/26 - magnuson series memorial day 5k
  • 6/16 - magnuson series seattle solstice 5k 
  • SUMMER - CNW all comers T&F series 
  • 7/4 - magnuson series summer spirit run 5k
  • 8/18 - magnuson series summer fitness day 10k
  • 9/30 - bellingham bay half marathon 
  • 10/13 - escalante canyons marathon
  • 11/25 - seattle half marathon 

Long-Term Running Goals:

qualify for the 2020 olympic marathon trials in ATL (sub-2:45

Miles:This week: 18.00 Month: 69.00 Year: 604.50
TypeA8 Test Lifetime Miles: 170.00
Kinvara Test Lifetime Miles: 292.00
K9 Test Purpleberry Lifetime Miles: 287.00
Haunted Phoenix Lifetime Miles: 269.00
K9 Test Arctic Blueberry Lifetime Miles: 250.70
K9 Test Pinkerton Lifetime Miles: 244.00
Freedom Cut Me Loose Lifetime Miles: 252.00
Bubonic Plague Lifetime Miles: 365.00
Orange Splats Lifetime Miles: 219.00
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTotal Distance

7 w james. freedom/beltline.

i loved the women's finish at the twin cities marathon yesterday. esther erb came from behind to win it all, moving her way up from fourth to first place over the last 10k. she ran the last mile in 5:31. that's a true hiyah! moment.

also, a great post from camille herron today.

Night Sleep Time: 0.00Nap Time: 0.00Total Sleep Time: 0.00Weight: 0.00
From Jake K on Mon, Oct 06, 2014 at 06:57:59 from

I like that post.

I hate this quote but it's true :-) “Every runner is just a hamstring injury away from oblivion.”

From emruns on Mon, Oct 06, 2014 at 11:01:54 from

What a great post by Camille. I can relate, as all runners can. Running is definitely an emotional rollercoaster. So many highs and lows. I'm always happy for the breakthroughs that others have, because I know how hard they worked to get there.

I've enjoyed reading your posts about your new stomping grounds. I'm jealous you have a new city to explore, new favorite routes to discover. I hope it's rejuvenating. And, I hope you keep after your goals, when you are rested and ready to roll again.

Sure miss you here!

From Nancy on Mon, Oct 06, 2014 at 11:22:50 from

Nice run. Those were both interesting articles.

From Matt Schreiber on Mon, Oct 06, 2014 at 15:03:06 from

I heard that was quite a finish! Come-from-behinds are fun to read about. Good articles.

From james (runmehappy) on Tue, Oct 07, 2014 at 09:38:59 from

Thanks for posting that article. Glad you are enjoying some miles with James.

From kevin212 on Tue, Oct 07, 2014 at 22:30:52 from

hehe, I initially read that as "sister erb" and wondered where the mormon flair came from. Personally I wouldn't mind closing a mile race in 5:31 at this point.

Hope you're enjoying the peaches and coca cola!

From Tara on Wed, Oct 08, 2014 at 14:02:34 from

I love that.

From Yasir on Thu, Oct 09, 2014 at 19:17:14 from

I stole the success graphic from the article its really inspiring after my last run thanks

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