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Parowan Half Marathon

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Member Since:

Sep 15, 2011

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Marathon Finish

Running Accomplishments:

5k: 17:20

10k: 35:34

Half Marathon: 1:18 (Snow Canyon 08)

Marathon: 3:13 (STG 12)

Short-Term Running Goals:

Qualify for Boston Marathon (Run a 2:55 marathon)

Run a sub 30 minute 8k

Be the 1st male athlete to run all 4 years at Dixie State University

Long-Term Running Goals:

Be a life-long runner

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 34.45 Year: 961.03
Race: Parowan Half Marathon (13.28 Miles) 01:34:12, Place overall: 7, Place in age division: 1
Total Distance
13.88

So obviously I thought I signed up for the all downhill course. That dang fire changed the Parowan course! Instead of starting up by Yankee Meadow the race started 6 miles up Highway 143. The first 6 miles were nice, scenic and downhill. 7-13 not so much! It wasn't the worst course but I got bored running through all the neighborhoods. I stopped pushing after mile 8 and let my fat man persona take over. 

1. 5:53

2. 6:15  12:08

3. 6:28  18:36

4. 6:24  25:00

5. 6:26  31:26

6. 6:26  37:52

7. 6:46  44:38

8. 7:08  51:46

9. 7:30  59:16

10. 8:00 1:07:16

11. 8:05  1:15:21

12. 8:23  1:23:44

13. 8:26  1:32:10

.28. 2:04  1:34:14

1:34:12/7:06 mi 

Weight: 188.00
Comments
From Zachimus on Tue, Aug 08, 2017 at 12:02:28 from 174.208.1.59

I heard that most people didn't like the new course! Glad I didn't run it!

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