The best pace is a suicide pace

BYU Indoor High School (2 mile)

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Vernal,UT,United States

Member Since:

Jun 03, 2016



Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:



3 mile-18:16







3 mile-16:24



Junior(Most of these suck RN)-


3 mile-16:39

2.85 mile-14:48



Short-Term Running Goals:

5k-16:00. 3 mile-15:00. 3200m-9:45. 1600-4:10.


Long-Term Running Goals:

 break 15 for 5k, break 9 for the 3200, run steeplechase in college, Sub-4 mile.


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Race: BYU Indoor High School (2 mile) (2 Miles) 00:11:26, Place overall: 21, Place in age division: 14
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In my defense, it was too hot in that stadium and I was sick and couldn't breathe. oh yeah, and I suck. I went way too slow at the beginning. The pace felt fast so I told myself the other guys would die later, so I relaxed. Then I found myself in last place. By this time, it was already too late, so I sucked it up and finished as best as I could. My legs were fine the whole time, but I really couldn't breathe. On the last lap, I was still in last place, but I was close to the guy who was second to last, so I realized that I hadn't used anywhere near all of my energy, and sprinted hard to catch him. It was a fast kick, but that's because the rest of the race was way slow

From Eugene on Sat, Jan 07, 2017 at 18:26:32 from

That's how I felt in the mile last year at BYU. Luckily it only lasted for one race and I felt okay for the 2 mile. Race two events next time

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