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Location:

Dogtown,Ut,

Member Since:

Jan 02, 2006

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

PRs: 2:26:29 marathon @ St.George'14; 1:09:55 1/2 mar. '08; 31:00 10k '07

Short-Term Running Goals:

Love running now.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Love running forever!

Personal:

My perfect day would include a run through the desert, time with my wife and girls, tasty homemade meals, and a nice nap in the middle.

Miles:This week: 38.50 Month: 64.00 Year: 2559.00
Adios Lifetime Miles: 512.25
Rocket 2 Lifetime Miles: 109.00
Kinvara Grey Lifetime Miles: 222.00
Vazee Pace Lifetime Miles: 437.75
Pace Blue Lifetime Miles: 219.00
Boston Lifetime Miles: 472.00
Peg Green Lifetime Miles: 447.00
Speedgoat Lifetime Miles: 298.75
Peg Purple Lifetime Miles: 355.75
Ravenna Lifetime Miles: 392.25
Barefoot '18 Lifetime Miles: 6.75
Levitate Lifetime Miles: 160.25
Peg NOP Lifetime Miles: 167.00
Peg Blue34 Lifetime Miles: 48.50
Total Distance
5.00

morning - 5 miles with Clyde down to ocean from hotel and along storm wall.  Kind of a cool little run up on the storm wall.  Weather could not be better than this morning.  Too bad race isn't today.  But you live with it. (Glycerin 239.1)

Comments
From Dustin Ence on Sat, Apr 14, 2007 at 13:02:00

Glad you guys made it there, hope you're having a good time. I ran the Race 4 Kids this morning 10K. I took 3rd, Steve Hooper was 2nd, and Steve Olsen won the race. I will fill out more info on the blog later. The race was ok, I thought Hooper ran smart, he stayed with me the first three miles, then took off. I didn't run that great, but I was one minute faster than laster year so I was happy with that. Hope the weather turns out to be good for you guys.

From Jeff on Sun, Apr 15, 2007 at 22:55:07

Fight through that weather coach, I'll pray for you :)

From Sasha Pachev on Mon, Apr 16, 2007 at 13:27:08

Congratulations on a PR in Boston, especially given the conditions. I was expecting you to run 2:43-2:44 under the circumstances. A little bit of struggle after 20 miles, but that's ok, you'll get over it with time.

From Ally on Mon, Apr 16, 2007 at 13:35:28

NICE JOB COACH!! You are my hero congrats on the PR.

From Dustin Ence on Mon, Apr 16, 2007 at 13:37:46

Way to go Dave, great race!

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