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#1 Joe D.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 08:55 AM

Since so many Lizards have been shattering their p.r.s left and right recently, since Diep says he'll retire from racing when he no longer thinks he can p.r., and since Tim and Albert have resorted to reaching into the distant past to compare best performances, I thought it was time to start a personal records thread where we can record our best times (and hopefully update them as needed). The beauty of p.r.s is that they represent competition with ourselves, regardless of what others are running, so don't be shy about posting them, whether you're a "fasthole" or a "slowski" (I hate labels!). I know there are people in this club who have run much faster than I ever have (Foland, Chuck, Danny, Dave Harding, Wendy T. :yes: ). This may also cut down on the sandbagging if we can see what people are really capable of :rolleyes:

Here are mine:

200 meters
28:something 2000 (track) :sweat:

400 meters
61 seconds (various relays through the years)

800 meters
2:06ish circa 2003 (track)

1500 meters
4:12.92 2003 (track)

Mile
4:34.5 2006 (track)
4:27 2006 (flat road - Eugene Challenge Mile)
4:20.4 2004 (Gorge Fest downhill street mile, Cascade Locks)
4:16:? 2010 Tour de Goose Downhill Mile course from Pittock (personal time trial)

3000 meters
9:06 1986 (college indoor track)

5k
15:31 2002 (Singles & Sweethearts, road)

8k
25:51 1985 (college cross-country)

5-miles
26:26 2006 (Portland Marathon 5-Miler, road)

10k
33:03 1983 (college track)
32:15 2005 (Best Dam Run, downhill road, Estacada)

6.7-miles
36:33 2002 (Crater Lake Rim Run, road)

12k
41:06 2005 (Mosier Twin Tunnels Fall Run, road)
41:16 2006 (Bloomsday, road, Spokane)

8-miles
45:46 2001 (The Milk Run, road, Battle Ground WA)
[44:01 split Las Vegas Half 2001]

15k
51:28 2005 (ORRC Blue Lake Run, road)
[51:25 split Las Vegas Half 2001]

10-miles
55:24 2002 (Pear Blossom Run, road, Medford)
[54:25 split Las Vegas Half 2001]

20k
1:10:18 2006 (ORRC Y2K6, road)
[1:08:49 split Las Vegas Half 2001]

Half marathon
1:11:10 2006 (Vancouver Lake, road) Shut up Tim! :tongue:

25k
1:50:03 2007 (Hagg Lake Trail Run, trail)

30k
1:52:30 2001 (ORRC Champoeg 30k, road)
1:44:13 2007 (Death Valley Trail 30k, downhill gravel road)

Marathon
3:06:59 (chip time) 3:09:35 (gun time) 2001 (Boston, road)
2:49:19 (chip time) 2:49:23 (gun time) 2007 (Flat Marathon, road)
2:47:10 (chip time) 2012 (Pocatello Marathon, road)

24-hour run
101 miles 1986 (track) wacko.gif

Scrabble
534 pts. 2007
544 pts. 2007


Edited by Joe D., 20 April 2018 - 05:34 PM.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:06 AM

15K-1:37:27 Shamrock 2007 1st run at this distance
10K-1:02 Cherry Festival (beat two previous times by over 2 minutes)
8K-48:02 Wheatfield (beat last one by over a minute)
5K-28:18 Bridge to Bridge (beat last one by over 5 minutes)

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:19 AM

OK, I'll play

5k: good question. I think it was the 19:xx something that I ran for the first leg of the Downtown Du last year (I never run 5k's)

10k: 39:00

15k: 1:00

Half Marathon: 1:28

Marathon: 3:03

50k (Trail, at SOB): 4:57

All of these except the half marathon were set in 2002.

Two elusive marks that I want to beat are sub 5 hrs at the half IM tri distance and sub 3 at the marathon distance.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:32 AM

Very interesting: I just plugged a 3:03 marathon into the McMillan Running Calculator and it spit out 39:00 for 10k and 1:00:26 for 15k. Right on the money! But it also said that I could run a 1:26:46 half marathon. Which is also interesting because I'm pretty confident that I can break my marathon PR, but the idea of running a 1:26 half marathon seems way over my head.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:44 AM

Okay, Joe. I'll post my PRs with disclaimers. This will help motivate me to improve them, for sure!

Marathon - 4:49:39 Newport, 2003 (This is last one I ran -- look for an improvement to be posted after this year's race.)

Half-Marathon - 2:12:39 Eugene, 2007 (My first-ever half, done as a training run for Npt Marathon. Will improve next time.)

10k - 54:something? Free Flight, Newport, 2006 (I'll have to look this up at home, no online results)

5k - 25:08 Beaver Fever Duathlon, 2006 (This was my time for the 2nd 5k of that race -- go figure.)

Scrabble - unknown I haven't kept a record of my best scores.

I may be a slower runner than Joe but I can take him at Scrabble. Consider this a challenge, Mr. Dudman. My Scrabble board, custom racks and clock are at the ready. Come on down to Newport!

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:44 AM

QUOTE
This may also cut down on the sandbagging


Feh. Where's the fun in that? homestar.png

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:46 AM

QUOTE (loofahgirl @ May 11 2007, 10:44 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Feh. Where's the fun in that? homestar.png

Good call, Loof. Although you can always post your PR's and then claim that "there's no way you'll get even close to that time today..." homestar.png

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:51 AM

400m - :62
800m - 2:24
1 mile - 4:42
5k - 16:04 (track), 16:08 (road)
8k - 26:45 (road)
10k - 33:50 (track), 34:15 (road)
12k - ?
15k - 51:38
10 mile - 55:36
1/2 marathon - 1:14:17
Marathon - 2:41:19

I doubt I'll see any of these times again... bye.gif

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:53 AM

Well, for me, my PR's are long gone. So maybe I should take a note from Diep and retire... Naw, I still love to run, even if I resemble a turtle these days!

PR's:

Mile: 4:16 in 1991 (college track)

3,000m: 8:42 indoor track in 1990, college

3200m: 9:32 in 1988, high school track

2 miles: 9:16, road race summer of 1990, during base training for college XC

5K: 14:58, roads in 1995, track: 15:09 sophmore yr college (1990)

5 miles: 24:56, road in 1995

10K: 31:15, roads in 1997, USATF cert.

10K track: 31:43, college 1992

10 miles: 52:30, roads 1996

half marathon: 1:11:01, 1996

marathon: 2:30:04, Grandmas Marathon, Duluth MN, 1996

Looking at these, I should have retired a long time ago, right Diep?!

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:00 AM

My heyday has passed but when I was in my best form here is how it shook out:

400 - 69 sec.

Mile - 5:20 on a track

5k - 16:48

10k - 32:36 downhill road course

12k - 45:51

15k - 56:29

1/2 marathon - 1:18 and change

marathon - 2:48:46

31 mile ultra - 3:52 with hellacious hills

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:08 AM

hmmm:

5k - i ran a 5k years ago. i didn't know it was a 5k until recently and i think that was my p.r.
10k - 33:48, The Great Race, Pittsburgh, PA. I was in college and had to run it for wrestling conditioning.
12k - lake run 2006 my one and only 12k. 46:40 (foland beat me grin.png )
15k - 2005 Shamrock run, 55:39 (foland beat me again laugh.png )
1/2 marathon - Flat Half 2006, 1:20:33 (foland not racing tongue.png )
42k - 2007 Boston, 2:55:31 (foland not racing ohmy.gif )

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:16 AM

5k (never run this distance)
~19:00 - Glencoe High School Turkey Trot (long time ago)

8k
29:18 - Shamrock Run (2006)

10k
35:23 - Best Dam Run 10k (2005)
36:34 - ORRC Champoeg 10k (2006)

12k
47:32 - Bloomsday Run (2007)

15k
57:29 - Shamrock Run (2005)

10 mile
1:00 - Eugene Marathon (2009) 10 mile split
~1:01 - Mt Angel 10 Miler (200?)

20.05k happy.png
1:18:21 - ORRC Y2K5 (2005)

Half Marathon
1:18:51 - Foot Traffic Flat Half Marathon (2009)

15 mile
1:32:53 - Ft Steilacoom Resolution Run (2005)

30k
2:00:28 - ORRC Champoeg 30k (2007)

Marathon
2:41:23 - Eugene Marathon (2009)
2:44:24 - Royal Victoria Marathon (2008)
2:44:50 - Eugene Marathon (2008)

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:40 AM

O.k I'll play too.

But I think that I get to list PRs for each gender.


Male PRs

Track 1978-1982

1500 meters 4:09
3000 meters 8:45
5000 meters 15:07
10,000 meters 30:57

Road 1980-1985

5 Km 15:24
8 km 25:23
10 km 31:27
15 km 48:28
20 km 1:04:33
1/2 mar 1:10:08
30 km 1:38:39
mar 2:23:55


Female PRs 2005-2009

Track

1500 meters 5:32.4
3000 meters 11:46.98
5000 meters 20:23.4


Road

5km 20:20
10km 42:01
12km 53:18
15km 1:04:54
10 mile 1:13:08
1/2 mar 1:31:00

edited 11/09/09 to modify 3000 meter track PR


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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:42 AM

I'm only doing this because I don't do a very good job of keeping track of all these times myself...

100: ?
200: ? (need to look both of those up from HS)
400: 49.8 (track, open) 1994; 47.6 (track, 4x400 relay - 3:17.6) 1995
800: 1:54.7 (track) 1993
1500: 4:09.5 (track; Dragonslayer) 2007
Mile: 4:27.0 (track; Fountain of Youth) 2007
5k: 15:58 (road, 2006); 15:57 (track, 2007), and if I wanted to take credit for it... 15:46 (Foot Traffic Flat 5k, 2012)
4 mile: 20:32 (XC) 2004 (Yes Tim, this was probably a short course. My next best 4 mile is ~21:30 last year)
5 mile: 26:52 (Red Lizard 5 Miler) 2008
8k: 25:54 (USATF 8k Championships, Minto Brown) 2007
10k: 33:34 (Midsummer Meltdown) 2007
12k: 41:29 (Bloomsday) 2007
15k: 52:23 (Shamrock) 2006
Half: 1:13:40 (Vancouver Lake) 2006
Marathon: 2:37:34 (Phoenix) 2017
50k: 4:37:05 (Flagline 2014); 3:59:14 (trail, "unoffcial," Wildwood)


Edited by Torrey, 16 March 2017 - 07:20 PM.
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:45 AM

QUOTE (allezvita @ May 11 2007, 10:06 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
15K-1:37:27 Shamrock 2007 1st run at this distance
10K-1:02 Cherry Festival (beat two previous times by over 2 minutes)
8K-48:02 Wheatfield (beat last one by over a minute)
5K-28:18 Bridge to Bridge (beat last one by over 5 minutes)

2007 has been a good year
Nice job Sarah! Good year indeed!!!!

Any listing of my PR's would have to include two eras in my life; my original running life and my re-emergence after a break.

My PR for the mile was in high school and just after high school - 1967; @ 4:45.
My high school XC 2.3 mile PR was about 11:55.
I forgot what my timing was for the 400 (then 440). I wasn't the fastest on my track team, but I had a pretty respectable 400 time.

Current life PR's:

5K; 28 something - Run for the Roses (placed 1st in my age group)
5K 29 something - Cinco de Mayo (placed 3rd in my age group)
5K 29 something - Lizard 5 miler (just a happy run)

Not sure about mid distance PR's.

Not talking about my recent marathon times until I get one I'm proud to report.
2011
First Run 5K
Shamrock 15K

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