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First Sub 11:00 2 Mile! (Read 907 times)

    So, I got under 11:00 in the two mile today at the Catholic High Schools Invitational down in Attleboro, MA with a time of 10:58.84. I came in 5th overall, too, so that is the first time I have ever placed/scored in an individual event (my 4X400 team took first in the Frosh/Soph League Championship in the winter). I'm not quite sure about my splits yet (I'll find out in school tomorrow), but I am very happy I have broken that barrier. Now to get sub-5:00 in the mile on Tuesday... As for the rest of the team, we looked good. Two of my fellow freshmen in the two mile got sub 10:50, one of the sophomores did, and we took second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh in the two mile (some kid from Bishop Feehan was wicked good with 10:16.96). Overall, we won the meet, and it is shocking how much better it feels when you score in a meet that your team won. If you want to see the results... http://www.coolrunning.com/results/08/ma/May4_2ndAnn_set1.shtml
    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


    One day at a time

      Congratulations to you and your team! It sounds as if you're improving rapidly. Great job scoring! Good luck in the mile on Tuesday. You're racing a lot this week!
        Very impressive. I ran 11:15 my freshman year and just finished of high school with a p.r. of 9:30 so you definately have alot ahead of you. Keep of the good work.
          I think that is amazing.....GOOD JOB>>>>

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          Consistently Slow

            Congrats to YOU and the TEAM!

            Run until the trail runs out.

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              LOGGED 1ST 30 MILE WEEK SINCE TRAINING FOR THE NYC MARATHON IN 2004. SLOWLY BUT SURELY ..... Cool

              Run until the trail runs out.

               SCHEDULE 2016--

               The pain that hurts the worse is the imagined pain. One of the most difficult arts of racing is learning to ignore the imagined pain and just live with the present pain (which is always bearable.) - Jeff

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