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#31 figuresc8er

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 01:58 PM

Okay, finally found the info:

1 mile - 6:34 Guillotine Mile Tour de Goose 2006

5K - 21:24 Komen Race for the Cure 2006

8K - 36:51 Run for the Cheetah 2006

10K - 44:25 Pints to Pasta 2006

12K - 56:59 Lake Run 2007

15K - 1:11:01 Blue Lake Run 2005

Half - 1:41:04 Vancouver Lake 2007
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Posted 12 May 2007 - 02:24 PM

Lifetime PR's

400: 54.5, Moscow, Idaho 2000 indoor (track)
800: 1:58.98, Moscow, Idaho 2000 indoor (track)
1500: 4:05.11, Stanford University 2000 outdoor (track)
1609(mile): 4:19.45, Moscow, Idaho 2000 indoor (track)
1600 (naked beer mile): 7:30, Moscow, Idaho 1998 or 1999 outdoor (track)
3000: 8:42.25, Moscow, Idaho 2000 indoor (track)
5000: 15:00.02 Stanford University 2000 outdoor (track)
5000 (NUDE): 17:15 Kaniksu Ranch, WA 1999 (road)
5 miles: 27:04.71 Lake Oswego 2006 (road) Red Lizard 5 miler
8000: 26:49 Seattle, WA 1999 (cross country) Sun Dodger Invitational
26:24 Minto Brown Park Salem, OR USATF Race 10/27/2007
10000 net down hill: 32:58 Portland, OR 2005 (road) pints to pasta
32:52 Bend, OR BigFoot 10K, 09/23/2007
10000 Flat/rolly: 33:49 Portland, OR 2005 (road) Run Hit Wonder
32:41 Portland, OR 10/19/08 "Some say it was short" Run Like Hell
12000: 44:50 Lake Oswego 2007 (road) Lake Run
42:06 Spokane, WA Bloomsday 05/04/2008
41:18 Spokane, WA Bloomsday 05/03/2009
15000: 52:37 Portland, OR 2005 (road) Shamrock

52:23 Portland, OR 2014 (road) Shamrock 03/16/2014
Half Marathon: 1:14:32 Portland, OR 07/04/08 Flat Half
1:12:23 Portland, OR 07/04/2009 Flat Half
Marathon: 2:42:23 Portland, OR 2005 (road) Portland Marathon
2:37:51 Sacramento, CA 12/07/08 (road) California International Marathon

2:33:16, Chicago, IL 10/11/2009 (road) Chicago Marathon

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 02:27 PM

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


Thanks for catching my Typing. (I SUCK AT IT) that would be a 5:15, I have updated, I am not that fast. thumbsup.png
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Posted 12 May 2007 - 04:39 PM

QUOTE (Daniel @ May 12 2007, 03:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Lifetime PR's

5000 (NUDE) 17:15 Kaniksu Ranch, WA 1999 (road)

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 09:25 PM

OK...like Mark, my days have passed as well...I've been running since age 16...now 44. So, now, I take every year as new territory and PR for the age...hey, its a goal, alright!

400: 59 (19980)
800: 2:11 (1980)
Mile: 4:47 (1982)
1.5 mile: 7:28 (college)
2 mile: 10:21 (1982)
5k: 16:28 (Road - New Orleans)
5 miles: 27 and change
10k: 34:11 (Pepsi Challenge - Little Rock)
15k: 57 and change
10 miles: 58:40 (college)
Half: 1:18 and change (Germany)
Marathon: 2:44:46 (Mardi Gras Marathon when I was 19)
I also ran 40 miles during a 24 hour run (yes, I slept and ate regularly)

When I turned 35 and was living in DC, I had a good run at my PRs running the below:
Mile: 4:59
5k: 16:57
10K: 35:29
10 miles: 59:30

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 09:45 PM

440 yards: 54 seconds
1 mile: 4:56
50 miles: 9 hours, 15 minutes (approx)
bed to toilet: 2 seconds

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Posted 12 May 2007 - 11:21 PM

My bests are LONG past, but since I spent all day at a HS track meet, I'll add a few.

880 yd. 2:23 (HS)
mile - 4:56 (in law school)
1500m - 4:39
3k - 9:55 (as a master, 10:47)
5k track - 16:48 point something, but I always round down smile.png
10k road - 35:23
12k Bloomsday, masters 47:44
15k - 56 something. As a master, 57:45?? at Shamrock
1/2 marathon - 1:19:01 right after college, 1:24:14? as a masters runner
marathon - 2:52:35


Coaching HS-ers is fun because they get such big PRs in such a short period of time. I had one (slower) girl improve 1:25 in her 3k in the last two weeks, a jumper improve 2 feet and jumpers improve by 3-5 feet. We needed a replacement runner for our 4 x 4 today and my only alternate had run about a 73 sec. split before -- but I put him in at anchor just enough ahead of another team that he pushed himself to the limit to stay ahead and improved 12 seconds to 61!! Man, THAT was impressive! Oh and my 400/800 guy did win his double, but they (wrongly) scheduled his LJ right in the middle, so he was too dead to qualify for state in that. angry.gif

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Posted 13 May 2007 - 06:23 AM

Okay, I'll never see these times again unless I win the lottery and can afford a new set of bionic legs, but here goes!

College Times

800m 1:59 (in practice)

1500m 3:57 (track)

2 miles 9:04 (road)

5000m 14:40 (track)

4 miles 19:40 (road)

10000m 30:38 (track) this was my only 10000 on the track


Master Time's

5000m 15:51 (2004)

4 miles 20:27 (2004)

10000m 32:45 (2004)

12K 43:57 (2007 Lake Run)

15K 53:29 (2007 Shamrock run)

Marathon 2:35:36 (2004 Houston Marathon)

50K 3:24 (2003 Sunmart 50k)

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Posted 28 May 2007 - 05:23 AM

I ran most of my short distance PRs by the time I was 20 (1991), with a few longer distance PRs into my mid-20s. I worked pretty hard those first serious running years - from early HS to late college. I don't have that kind of speed anymore, so now I'm just an age group "competitor". No shame.

PRs:
* 200 track who cares?
* 400 track - 0:54 (3/89) HS
* 20 x 400 track 77.5 avg w/80 seconds rest (8/98) - Dual Duel Relay
* 800 track - 2:03 (5/89) HS
* 1000 track - 2:35 (4/92) college
* 1500 track - 4:03.1 (3/92) college
* 1 mile track - 4:23.4 (5/89) HS
* 1 mile road 4:25 (11/91 & 6/93) college
* beer mile track - 9:09.1 (5/07) Hiram All-Comers Meet
* 3000 track - 8:46.1 (4/92) college
* 2 miles track - 9:26.0 (4/92) college
* 5k track- 15:06.4 (3/92) college
* 5k road - 15:35 (9/93) Santa Barbara
* 5k XC - 15:56 (11/89) HS
* 3.36 miles road 17:25 (5/97) Starlight Run
* 8k road - 26:01 (7/89) Bastille Day, Irvine, CA
* 8k XC - 25:38 (10/91) Stanford Invite
* 8.8k XC - 28:26 (10/91) Tuscon NCAA preview meet
* 10k track - 31:50.8 (4/92) Stanford "B" heat
* 10k road - 32:28 (5/96) Liberty Ship Memorial (Front Ave)
* 10k XC - 32:20 (11/91) college Region 8 in Fresno
* 12k road 39:58 (5/91) Bay to Breakers
* 15k road 51:23 (6/98) classic Portland course
* 10 miles road 54:54 (4/91) Santa Barbara
* 20k road 72:22 (1/01) ORRC 20.01k
(have run many half marathon 20k splits faster)
* 13 miles mountain 1:46:20 (7/92) - Kendall Mtn. Run (CO)
* half marathon road 72:07 (2/01) Las Vegas (but that's a net downhill 450'); Best on a legit course: 72:18 (8/91) AFC, San Diego
* 17 miles mountain 2:32:40 (9/98) Imogene Pass Run (CO)
* 18 miles mountain 2:34:57 (7/98) Trask Mountain Run (OR)
* 30k road 1:51:33 (3/11) Champoeg Park
* 20 mile split marathon 1:59:51 (12/93) CIM
* marathon road 2:38:55 (10/12) Chicago
* marathon trail 2:59:20 (6/98) Winterhawk Wildwood Trail Marathon (from mile 26.2 to 0, point-to-point)

random/ honorable mention/ single-age:
* 3000 track 8:50.7 (4/89) Mt. SAC invite, age 17
* 5k road 16:07 (8/87) Carlsbad 5000, age 15
(this may be my best-ever running achievement, if age-graded)
* 3200 track 9:29.3 (5/89) won Arcadia invite "B" heat, age 17
* 10k road 33:02 (12/88) San Diego, age 17
* first-ever road race 10k 60:45 (6/82), age 10
* Lake Run 12k 41:57 (5/97)
* half marathon road 74:38 (7/88) Coronado, age 16
* Burnside to Pittock parking lot on Wildwood: 5:23 (8/98)
* HTC leg 33 Saturday afternoon 54 roadkills (tie: 8/98, 8/07)
* # of Bay to Breakers - 24; # consecutive - 21 (88-08), then missed '09, '10
* # of marathons 26
* # of marathons under 2:40 - 0
* # of marathons under 2:50 14
* # of marathons over 3:00 4
* most miles run, calendar year 2646 (90)
* most miles run, 1-year period 2927 (5/89-5/90)
* most miles run, Mon-Sun 100.5 (9/94)
* most consecutive days run (1 mi min/6.2 mi avg) 1826 (2/86-2/91)
* sub-streak consecutive days run (5 mi min/8.1 mi avg) 365 (5/89-5/90)
* cycling STP, 202 miles, 10:19 (19.5mph) (7/05)
* cycling 1 solo TT lap around Sauvie, 12.2 miles, 31:50 (23.3mph) (8/04)
* double beer bong - 4.5 seconds (7/88) - HS
thru 4/21/2014 -
lifetime race count: 626
lifetime 1/2 marathon count: 
50
lifetime marathon count: 31 

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Posted 28 May 2007 - 11:46 AM

Arg, PRs! Hate this topic happy.png

I cycle between 170-200 lbs every year (follows the sun... and with sun bike rides). So my race times are quite varible.

The best race was just recently at the old river ramble near the top of my weight cycle.
Officially 46 min.. but due to bad planning on my part (wrong bib) I started about late... nobody at the start!
Then I forgot to start my watch.. I think I hit the start button about 1/4 mile into it. And when I finished the timer was 41 minutes. So best guess is 43 minutes.

Fastest was in HTC averaging 5:50 min miles over all legs (leg 7 2005) at the bottom of my weight cycle. happy.png

HTC is really the only race I try to hit pr on..
Normally I do not start "racing" until about 1/4 - 1/2 the way in an event instead opting for a social or training race. Anybody else do this?
In general:

Half marathon (Sauvies) 1:35
Marathon (PDX) 3:35
15K (shamrock): 1:06 (6:30s up 7:30s down.. really suck at the down hill)
12k (lake run): 57 min
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Posted 18 July 2007 - 09:11 AM

QUOTE (Joe D. @ May 11 2007, 09:55 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I thought it was time to start a personal records thread where we can record our best times (and hopefully update them as needed).

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)

I know there are some others who have new p.r.s to report. Carin? Sarah? Torrey? yes.gif
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Posted 18 July 2007 - 10:52 AM

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others who have new p.r.s to report. Carin?


I didn't contribute to this thread initially so that means I don't have to, right? wink.gif

I ran a 7:11 mile at the track last night, and it didn't feel like shit, so there you go. thumbsup.png

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Posted 18 July 2007 - 02:23 PM

QUOTE (Joe D. @ Jul 18 2007, 10:11 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I know there are some others who have new p.r.s to report. Carin? Sarah? Torrey? yes.gif

Who me? I think the 5k for the relay was under 28 minutes. So that would be one. I wasn't really keeping accurate time though. My 8:30 Guillotine mile definitely was. I plan on having a half marathon PR in Victoria that blows the Flat Half out of the water.
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Posted 19 July 2007 - 07:57 PM

100m - something between 13.1 and 13.5 (gravel track, tennis shoes, hand time, 1994)
800m - 2:08 or 06
1500 - 4:16 or 18
mile - 4:42 (road, 2008)
3k - 8:55 (xc, 2012)
2mi. - 10:08 (road)
2mi. - 10:28 (track)
5k - 15:45 (track, 2006)
5k - 16:22? (road)
5k - 16:23 (xc, 2011)
4mi. - 21:36 (xc, 2004)
6k - 21:07 (xc, 2003)
8k - 26:06 (xc, 2006)
10k - 32:55 (track, 2003)
10k - 33:16 (road, 2012)
10k - 33:51 (xc, 2011)
12k - 41:34? (road, 2007)
15k - 50:41 (road, 2007)
10mi. - 59:?? (road, 2005 or '06)
20k - 1:24:03 (trail, 2006)
21k - 1:19:26 ("trail," 2008)
half marathon - 1:13:32 (road, 2007)
25k - 1:55:30 (trail/mountain, 2006)
marathon - 2:38:45 (Whidbey Island 2009)
50k - 3:56:55 (trail, 2006)

I've run 5- and 6-milers, too, but don't know my times.

It's a simple question of weight ratios


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Posted 19 July 2007 - 10:18 PM

Geez... records.. that was like a "different" life.. decades ago (2). At 33.. ScottyMac FINALLY broke 3 hrs. in the marathon.. after 7 attempts, you know.. Ptlnd..3x, Seaside marathon 3x..Ave of Giants, (80's) and finally.. the Humboldt REDWOODS!.(2:57). Lots of 3:01's - 3:10's..BEFORE THAT, until I decided to just run with my track kids.. SPEEDWORK/intervals, DROPPING 15LBS.. AND such.

So a 2:57 Marathon is really my only proud stat. I DID run a marathon 4 years ago for fun and support with friends.. NEWPORT Marathon.. , and really no training. ONE RUN OVER 6 miles.. , and that was a 2 hour half marathon jog. Other than that, I tried the impossible jog.. with no(REGULAR) training over 6 miles. Result(Newport Marathon 4 years ago).. 1:53 half.. oops?... 3:56 Marathon stumble finish! I just leaned forward and stumbled the last 5 miles!! Really slow. I still can't believe I broke 4 hours, with only running maybe 3-4 miles a day on ave. , and only running ONCE over 6 miles. then doing a marathon. @ 49. STUPID HUMAN TRICK.

I have done a sub 60 sec 400m.
I have done a sub 37 10K.
and sub 19 5K.

One goal that I said I'd do way back when, and HAVEN'T... Is BOSTON. Crap...

and High Jumping one's height.. and, doing a backward flip, landing on your feet, or forward, and...... so on.


That's a thread we need... some of our EARLY goals.. (even if stupid).. and did we ever do it? NOT!!! Ha Ha.


That Boston thing... grrrrrrr.... I should look up the qualifying mark, for my next age division ... then think about it.

9 marathons.. and getting old.. that is about it. I just want to stay knee healthy to do all my fun scrambles and trail runs.

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