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Location:

Venice,FL,USA

Member Since:

Oct 31, 2012

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

5k:
21:01, (6:46 pace) 11-19-11.
20:08, (6:29 pace) 9-1-12 (Part of a Mini-Triathlon Relay).
19:17, (6:12 pace) 11-17-12.
19:19, (6:13 pace) 11-23-13.
19:30, (6:17 pace) 1-4-14.
20:34, (6:34 pace) 9-13-14
19:49, (6:23 pace) 10-25-14
19:32, (6:17 pace) 11-22-14
19:40, (6:19 pace) 12-19-14
19:49, (6:23 pace) 1-31-16

8k:
34:42, (6:57 pace) 3-17-12.
32:11, (6:28 pace) 3-16-13.
32:32, (6:33 pace) 3-15-14. 

34:00, (6:50 pace) 3-14-15.

33:09, (6:40 pace) 3-11-17.

32:56, (6:38 pace) 3-17-18.

10k:
44:18, (7:08 pace) 4-14-12.
41:22, (6:39 pace) 12-15-12.
42:11, (6:47 pace) 4-13-13.
41:06, (6:37 pace) 12-8-13.

42:03, (6:46 pace) 3-5-16

44:35, (7:11 pace) 8-26-17
12k:
53:53, (7:14 pace) 3-24-12.
49:20, (6:37 pace) 3-1-14
15k:
1:18:16, (8:24 pace) 2-26-11.

1:04:37. (6:56 pace) 2-20-16
12 marathons:
1.  4:12:08, (9:37 pace) 1-9-11. Disney.
2.  4:18:18, (9:51 pace) 10-30-11. MCM.
3.  3:42:26, (8:29 pace) 1-14-12. Charleston.
4.  3:13:15, (7:22 pace) 10-7-12. Steamtown.
5*.  3:12:26, (7:20 pace) 1-19-14. Louisiana.
6*.  3:14:06, (7:24 pace) 4-21-14. Boston.
7*.  3:19:38, (7:37 pace) 7-19-14. U. of Okoboji.
8*.  3:16:27, (7:30 pace) 2-22-15. Mercedes-Benz
9*. 3:30:38 (8:03 pace) 5-15-16 Sugarloaf

10. 3:24:21 (7:48 pace) 11-5-16 Savannah RNR

11. 3:27:37 (7:56 pace) 5-12-18 Brookings

12. 3:46:02 (8:48 pace) 10-7-18 Towpath

* = These 5 races were run at 67.9 seconds per pound. If I want a PR, I need to weigh less than 170 pounds.

Short-Term Running Goals:

2019 GOALS:

Bring running fast back.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Continue running as often as I can, as far as I can, as fast as I can. Teaching my kids (by example) the rewards that come from putting in the work. Very slowly get to 50 states.

Personal:

I'm married, with two sons, 12, and 14.

I started running because someone dared me to.

I ran my first race 3 days after my 40th birthday. (Disney)

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 32.25 Month: 109.45 Year: 1378.48
Slow milesFast milesTotal Distance
4.100.004.10

Rev3 Glow Run 5k. Tommy's first race. 1 mile up. 5k in 28:46. 9:16 pace.

The course was more like an adventure run, than it was a true road race. .We ran on asphalt, concrete, grass, the beach (for about 3/4 mile), gravel, up and down wood stairs on the dune crossover, and finshed on carpet. At one point, as we were running through the dunes, dodging the plantings, in the dark, I thought "How is this legal? There are signs everywhere telling you to keep off the dunes, and we're running through it? Okayyy?" The course length is unofficial. The time is unofficail. But the whole thing was a lot of fun. We started near the front, and were about 5th and 6th @ a mile into the race. We hit the beach @ mile 2, Running in the soft sand wrecked our pace, and I was really happy to get back on pavement. While on the beach, we saw a great sunset afterglow over the Gulf (Tommy says this was his favorite part.) Once we heard the music coming from the finish line, Tommy really pushed it through the smoke effects and black lights. I'm guessing we were in the top 25, out of 200, or so. Then we ate hot dogs, and watched Monsters University outside. I'm really impressed with these Rev3 folks. They really cater to families. I think this was a great first race experience for Tommy.

And now I am really curious what the kid could do on a flat, paved track. Hmmm.

Weight: 0.00
Comments
From SlowJoe on Sun, Nov 10, 2013 at 04:50:03 from 66.69.93.8

That does sound pretty cool. Congrats on not getting arrested and the good finish.

From I Just Run on Mon, Nov 11, 2013 at 08:15:38 from 67.79.11.242

Nice job Tommy! Glad you drug you old dad along for the race, sorry he slowed you down so much. :-)

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