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10:49 two mile! (Read 1254 times)

    Well im a sohpomore at mentor high school, and at the 300m indoor track at akron university I ran the 3200 in 10:49.57, a pr by 5 seconds. i went out at 5:15, and finished with a 5:34. So i have lots of room for improvement, but im under 10:50, now if i can drop 10 more seconds i get my letter. haha the race was painful.
      Well im a sohpomore at mentor high school, and at the 300m indoor track at akron university I ran the 3200 in 10:49.57, a pr by 5 seconds. i went out at 5:15, and finished with a 5:34. So i have lots of room for improvement, but im under 10:50, now if i can drop 10 more seconds i get my letter. haha the race was painful.
      Eh. That's easy. I can do that. Oh. Wait. You said TWO miles? Never mind. Well done! Good luck on those ten seconds. You'll get there.
      E-mail: JakeKnight2002@aol.com
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        Nice job! Racing is definitely a painful thing... after every one (and even towards the end of some) I swear I will never do that to myself again. About an hour later I'm planning my next race. Big grin


        I've got a fever...

          Nice job! Next race, go out in 5:20~5:22, hold onto that pace for dear life in laps 5~7, and kick like a madman in the last lap. You'll get your letter.

          On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office.  But you will wish that you'd spent more time running.  Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.

          Mishka


            Nice job! Next race, go out in 5:20~5:22, hold onto that pace for dear life in laps 5~7, and kick like a madman in the last lap. You'll get your letter.
            Jeff, you kind of left the dude hanging for laps 8-9.66.


            I've got a fever...

              Jeff, you kind of left the dude hanging for laps 8-9.66.
              Doh! Sorry, thinking of a 400m outdoor track! Blush

              On your deathbed, you won't wish that you'd spent more time at the office.  But you will wish that you'd spent more time running.  Because if you had, you wouldn't be on your deathbed.

                Well im a sohpomore at mentor high school, and at the 300m indoor track at akron university I ran the 3200 in 10:49.57, a pr by 5 seconds. i went out at 5:15, and finished with a 5:34. So i have lots of room for improvement, but im under 10:50, now if i can drop 10 more seconds i get my letter. haha the race was painful.
                I think that's too fast and too long of race for a teenager. Evil grin Angry Cool

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                  Congrats! Keep up the hard work.
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                    I think that's too fast and too long of race for a teenager. Evil grin Angry Cool
                    You are kidding right? Confused
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                      E-mail: JakeKnight2002@aol.com
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                        TOO SLOW JAKE!!! Sorry Jake, couldn't resist. Bet this was one time your coach didn't yell that at you. Great job, keep up the good work.

                        E.J.
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                            Niiiiice. If I can do that by next year, I'll be extremely happy. Way to go, and keep it up
                            PRs: 1000: 3:01 1 Mile: 4:55 2 Mile: 10:55 2009 Goals: Sub 4:50 mile, 2:50 1000 meter, Good first real XC season


                            My legs are killing me

                              Nice job!