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Fort Steilacoom Resolution 5K

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Location:

Eatonville,WA,USA

Member Since:

Nov 01, 2007

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Age Division Winner

Running Accomplishments:

Short-Term Running Goals:

Regain consistency.

Build up slowly and come out strong.

Regain "speed" (relative)

Finish WR50 again.

Improve at Cascade Crest. 

2013 Races:

  • Capital Peak Mega Fat Ass 17M (1/19) - 2:48:48
  • Yakima Skyline Rim 50K (4/21) - 7:16:20
  • Grey Rock 50K (5/13)
  • White River 50M (7/27)
  • Cascade Crest 100M (8/24-25)

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

Find my true running potential, then exceed it.

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Hoka Stinson B Lifetime Miles: 982.34
Hoka Stinson Evo Lifetime Miles: 452.95
Altra Provision Lifetime Miles: 139.73
Altra Torin Lifetime Miles: 380.08
Hoka Bondi 2 Lifetime Miles: 706.15
Hoka Mafate 3 Lifetime Miles: 81.12
Race: Fort Steilacoom Resolution 5K (3.1 Miles) 00:18:31, Place overall: 5, Place in age division: 2
Easy MilesMarathon Pace MilesThreshold MilesVO2 Max MilesTotal Distance
1.500.000.503.105.10

2 mile easy run warmup in 15:06, 7:32/mi, HR 161, w/ 0.5 threshold effort.  

Hard race.  Still feeling a bit of the effects of the stomach bug I caught a couple days ago, but mostly recovered.  1st mile in about 5:45, including ratcheting it back at the 0.5 mile mark, so I went out too fast.  Really hurting the last 2.1 miles...no real kick at the end.  Not sure on time yet....didn't manage to hit the watch right away and the times aren't yet posted.  But it definitely was a PR.  A good reminder of how much 5Ks can hurt!

Did get to meet fellow blogger Jeff just before the race, thanks to FRB jackets we were both wearing (evidently, he can run and pay attention to his surroundings at the same time).  He won the 5 miler....by what looked like a mile and a half.  Wow.

Official results finally published.  18:31...a PR by 7 seconds.  Now I need to run another when I'm not sick.  Waah.

NB 905 Miles: 5.10
Night Sleep Time: 7.50Nap Time: 0.00Total Sleep Time: 7.50
Comments
From rattletrap on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 01:47:14 from 70.193.131.63

Congrats on the PR!

Two runners in FRB jackets and I missed you both. Maybe if I wasn't so far behind I might have noticed you :)

From Sasha Pachev on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 15:42:45 from 192.168.1.1

Congratulations on a PR! This looks promising. I really like 5 K PRs. Marathon, even half marathon PR - well you just got more endurance. You had the check, you finally took it to the bank. That is boring. 5 K PR is where the real excitement is. It means you have more Quality X than you thought. They wrote you another check!

I would say this shows you can go under 2:50 in the marathon.

From Snoqualmie on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 16:07:17 from 24.18.192.33

Hurts just reading about it! But well done! Congratulations.

From Dale on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 16:29:09 from 69.10.215.11

Thanks all. Unfortunately, the PR isn't as good as it looks. I put in 18:3x as an estimate since I didn't managed to hit the stop button on my watch for several seconds, but looks like the blog decided I meant 18:03. I really think it was closer to 18:29/18:30-ish, but am still waiting for the official results to know for sure.

On the other hand, I definitely was running it sick. I feel like garbage again today and a nice easy 6 mile effort got cut short at 4 when I was working way too hard and running way too slowly. So maybe it'll all come out even in the end. Perhaps the 10K in a couple of weeks will be better.

From David Nelson on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 16:35:49 from 24.22.231.57

Nice race, I hadn't returned yet but the weather sounded nasty. Looking forward to racing together sometime in 2010 (and maybe some other Pacific NW bloggers, eh?).

From Snoqualmie on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 16:52:30 from 24.18.192.33

Plenty of us around, David! :)

From Burt on Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 19:35:26 from 98.177.216.165

I read Ratteltrap's and Jeff's reports and wondered if they were the same (other than the fact that Jeff did 5 miles and RT did 5k) or if there were many New Year's races called Resolution races. That's cool that you got to meet. Great job on the 5th overall place.

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