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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: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 794.30
Saucony Freedom ISO Lifetime Miles: 58.60
Blue Altra Escalante Lifetime Miles: 516.50
Hoka Lifetime Miles: 427.40
NW Blue Trail Lifetime Miles: 171.20
Race: Antelope Isalnd 50k (32 Miles) 04:55:49, Place overall: 28, Place in age division: 8
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTotal Distance

Sinus were extra plugged up the night before, but I figured I would be ok for the race.... HAHAHA!!!

Learned the hard way that it is very hard to push through a 50k with a headcold....

Felt strong for the first 10-12 miles running 1st-3rd place with a couple girls. We hit the flats and I was excited to run hard, but my body had different plans....

The wheel came off hard and it sucked..... dizzy, nausua, sideaches, low energy, upset stomach... my legs felt great but my system was screaming at me!!!!

I sucked it up for the last 18 miles and finished. Was past by 3-4 girls with 1 mile left....which is the worst...

Awesome course- few rough spots, but would be pretty fast under favorable health conditions :)

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