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Idaho Falls,ID,Us

Member Since:

Aug 26, 2014



Goal Type:


Running Accomplishments:

2014 Idaho Falls Half- 1:27:18

2014 Xmas Gift Run 5k (19:38)

2015 Behind the Rocks Ultra 50k: 5:24:02



Short-Term Running Goals:

1:26 half

sub 40 10k

3:05 marathong (unaided)

20+mph bike

Long-Term Running Goals:

Run until I can't walk anymore.


Full time engineer, mom and wife. Can't get enough of the outdoors with my family- hiking, hunting, fishing, biking, running, skiing, snowshoeing- anything outside!

Miles:This week: 15.00 Month: 177.50 Year: 1706.20
Runs With Luca Lifetime Miles: 2671.60
New Balance Venzee Trail Lifetime Miles: 133.50
Hoka Hupana Lifetime Miles: 509.50
Saucony Freedom ISO Lifetime Miles: 37.10
Adidas Boost Ultra Lifetime Miles: 333.50
Blue Altra Escalante Lifetime Miles: 41.50
Race: Antelope Island Ultra (50 Miles) 08:07:55, Place overall: 7, Place in age division: 1
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTotal Distance

First 50 miler!!! Probably the best course for my first 50 miler. Not too many up and downs so my legs did not get trashed. Hotttest ray day on record.  Temps started at 50F and reached 74F

First 20 miles are climbing and dropping- few good pulls, but nothing over the top. Ran everything.

About 20 miles of flat single track- no cover, next to buffalo, hot!

Did a pretty good job at fueling. took 2.5 GUs (3rd one almost made me throwup so I couldn't take the whole thing), few potatoes, lots of electrolyte pills, oranges and a little bit of Heed.

Feel pretty good after. Knee is sore, but legs aren't too trashed.



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