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Salt Lake City,UT,USA

Member Since:

May 06, 2006



Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

Won Park City Marathon (tiny field, slow course, no purse) and Utah Grand Slam in 2006

Marathon: 2:37:04 (St. George 2009)

Short-Term Running Goals:

Train for as solid a race in Boston 2011 as my schedule will allow.  Accept the fact that there isn't room in my life to train for a breakthrough performance and do the best I can under the circumstances.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Lose the all-or-nothing mentality and start using running as an outlet instead of an additional source of stress.


I'm married with 4 kids (2 boys, 2 girls) and live in Salt Lake City, where I work as a real estate attorney. 

Let me have men about me that are fat,
Sleek-headed men and such as sleep a-nights.
Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look,
He thinks too much; such men are dangerous.

"Julius Caesar," Act I, scene 2, 190-95

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Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 0.00 Year: 0.00
Kayano Blue Lifetime Miles: 352.51
Kayano Orange Lifetime Miles: 413.88
DS Trainer Lifetime Miles: 259.32
Nike Free Lifetime Miles: 164.78
Kayano Red Lifetime Miles: 371.34
Kayano 15A Lifetime Miles: 310.02
Kayano 15B Lifetime Miles: 340.36
Vibram Five Fingers Lifetime Miles: 66.50
DS Trainer 15A Lifetime Miles: 310.92
DS Trainer 15B Lifetime Miles: 297.94
DS Trainer 16C Lifetime Miles: 308.08
DS Trainer 16D Lifetime Miles: 207.49
DS Racer Lifetime Miles: 72.98
DS Trainer 16E Lifetime Miles: 66.73
DS Trainer 16F Lifetime Miles: 48.80
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I decided to run home from work and take the long way to add some mileage.  I thought it would be close to 7 miles, but nope--just over 5.  Ran straight up through Millrock to Wasatch, which was a painful way to start, but it's a great route after that.  Next time I may have to keep going on Wasatch instead of turning down 45th.

Injury report: It's actually Tuesday morning now and I've got some pain going down my left leg.  Clearly the back issues are not getting better.  Pain is minor but definitely there.

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