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#16 wmass925

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 10:47 AM

Wow! Some impressive times.
I will post on Monday... I have done a few distances that are obscure.
Can't remember all the exact times off the top of my head.
Most pr's were in "05" for me though.

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 11:12 AM

QUOTE (BrianH @ May 11 2007, 12:05 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
question.png How do we post our times for the distance of X-Dog events? question.png

Time for somewhere between 5 and 8 miles? frantics.gif
Or, our time for 6ish miles?

You just post the number of pints of blood lost on the trail.
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 11:33 AM

well this is the 1st year i have done any races of any distance.......as a lot of you know i never even ran an entire mile without walking until 2006. laugh.gif fat gary didnt run. no.gif

so here are the best times for the distances i have done this year:

5k: 25:33 (Olivia Medici Memorial run)
8k: 47:40 (Shamrock, my 1st race ever)
10k: 52:38 (Cinco De Mayo)
12k: 1:08:10 (Lake Run)
15k: whatever i get at the cascade runoff
half: we will find out in 2008
marathon: ditto
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 11:52 AM

ok, so I haven't run many of what I think of as the "weird" distances (anything between a 5k and a marathon) that you all run all the time, so I'm going to go way back.

triple jump
35'-11 3/4" (like they couldn't find 1/4" somewhere?)

55m hurdles
9.1 s (1990?)

100m hurdles
17.4 (1990)

400m
61.3 (1991)

400m hurdles
67.8 (91 or 92)

600m
1:41 (I think, probably 1991)

800m
2:21 (1991)

1000m
3:0-something (1995) (I only ran this race twice, at regionals and nationals in college, so the time didn't have much meaning to me, which is why I can't remember it)

1500m
4:45 (Willamette 2009)

mile
5:07 (Mouse Miler 2009)

2k steeplechase
7:17 (OshKosh 2009)

3k steeplechase
11:35 (Lewis and Clark 2009)

2 mile
11:29 (PIR Rotary Runaround 2008)

3 mile road
17:09 (short course at Race for the Cure 2008, converts to 17:43 5k!!!)

3.05 mile road
17:14 (short course at Fanconi 2009, converts to 17:34 5k!!!)

5k road
17:26 (Race for the Cure 2009)

5k track
18:52 Hayward Classic 2007

5k x-country
18:19 Westmoreland Park 2008

4.97 miles x-country
31:20 Kruger Farms 2007

10k road
41:05 (10k split during the latter stages of the Chicago marathon 2009)

10k track
41:15 2007 track/tempo workout (hey, you have to start somewhere, right?)

half marathon
1:27:36 2nd half of the Chicago marathon 2009

marathon
2:56:26 Chicago 2009
2010 mileage: 2929
2009 mileage: 2875
2008 mileage: 2436.5
2007 mileage: 2254.5
2010 prs/races: 1/7
2009 prs/races: 15/18
2008 prs/races: 12/17
2007 prs/races: 9/11

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 12:12 PM

It's cool to see the diversity. Let's see, for me it's a test of grey cells...

Mile: 5:28. Not my distance
5K: 18:06 (1983)
5 mile: 29:25 (1982)
10K: 37:44 (1982)
12K: 2007 Bloomsday age-grades to 44:45 (if the 2006 WMA tables are to be believed)
15K: 58:xx (1980ish) Only ran one, off-season.
half-marathon: 1:21:34. THAT was my distance.
marathon: 3:01:xx.
Ironman tri: 12:30 ish

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 01:06 PM

HIGH SCHOOL
100M - 10.85 (1982)
200M - 22.6 (1983)
400M - ~50 (1983) I did a lot of the mile relays and my splits were about that.
800M - 153.85 (1984)
Mile - 4:41 (1983) Off the cuff during a track meet on dirt. I ran other events that day as well. I only ran 1 of these during high school.
Downhill Mile 4:11 (1983) I could have gone a lot faster, but was worried about running out of gas. I had plenty in the tank and sprinting at the end.
3 Miles - 15:15 (1984)
5K - 16:04 (1983) Only ran one or two of these during high school.

2005 AND AFTER:
20 x 400m (track) - 79 sec. avg w/~72 seconds rest (8/07) - Dual Duel Relay [90 degrees and gusty conditions]
1500m - 4:41 2008
Mile (indoor track) - 5:01.34 2008
Mile (track) - 5:21
Mile (road) - 5:10:10
3K (track/self-timed) - 10:31
5K (track) - 18:16
5K (road) - 18:05
4 Miles (road/self-timed) - 25:22 (Turkey Trot at the Portland Zoo)
10K (track) - 38:20
10K (road) - 37:29
20.08K - 1:22:30 2008
1/2 Marathon - 1:23:05:2 2008
Marathon - 3:39:17 (cramped legs)
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 01:42 PM

I did not run in school and only started tracking my times after 2003 which is also when I started training a bit more as opposed to running once in a while.

Here's what I have so far:

4K: 13:53 (XC 2006)

5K: 18:14 (XC 2006)

4M 25:27 (XC 2006)

8K: 35:17 (Shamrock 2004)

5M: 32:16 (TRL 5M 2006)

10K: 40:18 (B2B 2005)

12K: 47:16 (Mosier 2006)

26.2M: 3:07:04 (Portland 2006)

One thing for sure, I don't race enough. And I need to do some of the shorter distances...

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 03:26 PM

QUOTE (The_tober @ May 11 2007, 02:42 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
8K: 35:17 (Shamrock 2004)

5M: 32:16 (TRL 5M 2006)

Christophe, as someone who didn't grow up using our silly English system, I'm sure I don't need to tell you that 5 miles = 8.05 km. So, you ought to either be able really improve upon your official 8k time, or just combine the 2 (or assume the same, which is what I did... even thoguht 5 miles is 0.05 k longer wink.gif).

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 07:42 PM

QUOTE (Wendygofaster @ May 11 2007, 07:27 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Mile: 4:15


Really?????? Isn't the women's mile world record 4:12.56?
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Posted 11 May 2007 - 08:06 PM

QUOTE (Wendygofaster @ May 11 2007, 07:27 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Mile: 4:15



QUOTE (PDX Road Racer @ May 11 2007, 08:42 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Really?????? Isn't the women's mile world record 4:12.56?


Wendy might mean a 5:15 mile (seems a little slow given her other times), or she means a 4:15 1500 meters (which seems a little fast).

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Posted 11 May 2007 - 09:49 PM

These may not actually be my PRs, but they're the fastest times I found listed when I Googled myself:

1 mile: 6:14, but that was downhill, in the Tour de Goose, 2005.

5k: 22:23, Iris Festival, 2007.

10k: 46:09, Old River Ramble, 2007.

12k: 56:42, Lake Run, 2007.

15k: 1:15:35, Shamrock, 2007.

Half-Marathon: 1:42:12, Cascade Half, 2007.

25k: 2:33:19, Hagg Lake 25k, 2007.

Marathon: 3:40:44, Whidbey Island, 2007.

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 12:19 AM

Well, the PR that matters most is 2:56:20, @ 1996 Portland marathon:) , I clocked a 1/2 marathon @1:25 and change out at willamette mission state park 3 weeks before that Portland marathon, then 1 month after the marathon, did a 10k in 38:58 at some race in California wearing hot pink running tights. 1996 was a good year:)
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Posted 12 May 2007 - 05:55 AM

Here are mine - some distances I never did in the past sad.png a new challenge for 2007 and 2008? rolleyes.gif :

200 meters
I can't remember the time - long time ago (at school)

400 meters
t.b.d

800 meters
t.b.d

1000 meters
2:58.xx high school - track

Mile
t.b.d

5k
20:19 2006 (Greensboro, NC)

5-miles
35:25 2007 (Red Lizard 5-Miler)

10k
42:06 2006 (Stuttgart, Germany, road) this PR I will attack next month in Portland (Helvetia 10K) yes.gif

Half marathon
1:31:45 2007 (Milano, Italy, road)

Marathon
3:47:48 1999 (Berlin, Germany, road) my last and only shocked.png next is planned in 2008

I hope there is still some room for improvements tongue.png

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 11:24 AM

QUOTE (Torrey @ May 11 2007, 04:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Christophe, as someone who didn't grow up using our silly English system, I'm sure I don't need to tell you that 5 miles = 8.05 km. So, you ought to either be able really improve upon your official 8k time, or just combine the 2 (or assume the same, which is what I did... even thoguht 5 miles is 0.05 k longer wink.gif).

Believe me, that last 50m is always important. If I improve by just 5sec, I'll count it as a PR right? So no, I will keep them as 2 different times. Even though out of those 2, I believe that only the TRL 5M was a certified course...

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 11:44 AM

Here are mine:

1500: 4:43 (2000)
Mile: 4:58 (2000)
3000: 10:02 (2001)
5k: 17:12 (2003)
8k: 29:29 (2002)
5 miles: 29:58 (Portland Marathon 5 miler 2004)
10k, 36:12 (track), 36:42 (Pints to pasta 2010)
12k, 47:06 (Bloomsday 2012) I think I ran Bay to Breakers faster but don't remember time
15k, 58:50's (Shamrock 2005)
Half, 1:24:42 (2004)  1:23:15 2009

   
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