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Member Since:

Feb 06, 2013



Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

All races run


Houston 1/2 Marathon - 1:13:12 (PB) Jan 

Phoenix Marathon - 2:34:08 (PB) Feb

Boston Marathon - 2:35:00 (CR)Apr

Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon- 2:38:59 (Single age state record 42) *6 days after Boston

Go Mile Arkansas- 4:55 (PB)

Fire Ball Classic Ada OK - 16:48

Riverside 5000 Tulsa OK - 16:17 (PB)

Brookhaven 5k Norman OK - 16:22

Medtronic Twin Cities Master Championship Marathon St Paul MN - 2:35:51 

Tinker 1/2 Marathon TAFB - 1:14:32 Oklahoma single age (43)

Tulsa Run 15k Master Championship - 51:58



Naughty or Nice 8k 2014- 27:10 (PB)

 San Antonio Rock N Roll Marathon 2014- 2:38:17 (PB) 2nd overall

Tulsa Zoo 10k Run 2014 - 33:52 (PB) Overall winner

Tulsa Run 15k Master National Championship 2014- 52:53 4th overall (sb)

Brookhaven 5k 2014- 16:31 (SB)

Little Rock 1/2 Marathon 2014- 1:14:03 (SB)


Boston 2:41:22 -2013
Tulsa Run 15k Master National Championship 2013 - 51:33 (PB) 3rd overall
Race for Hope 12k- 2013-40:54 (PB) single age usatf  OK state record
 Run for Mums 2013 5k - 16:30 (PB)

Short-Term Running Goals:

 sub 16-5k

2:35:00 marathon

1:13:00 1/2

2:33:00 full


Long-Term Running Goals:

stay healthy and run the best i can

Beat Jake 


take down as many OK LDR records as i can.



43 yrs old

Married - 21 yrs

3 boys

1 dog (my little girl Sophie)

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Race: Naughty or Nice 5k (3.107 Miles) 00:17:56, Place overall: 2, Place in age division: 1
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Did some pacing duties for a few buddies on a bad weather day. Was able to get Brett under 18. that was the goal. 

Roger, Ean, Brett and I took off and the plan was stick together and I would take the blunt of the wind. We got to about 1k and things got pretty hairy with the cold north wind..I actually wondered if any of us would be able to do it on that day. My hands were completely numb and it was mighty miserable.

Roger and Ean fell off about 1 mile and Brett stuck right on my tail. We got to the turn around and the pace went right down. My hands started getting some feeling back and I was certain that if Brett could stay with me he would get well under 18. We hit 5:30's coming back and he wasn't breathing too bad. 

The last stretch was directly into the wind and Brett asked me to stay with him. I took him to about 50m and told him to go around and get it. He was super excited. It was exciting to see a friend get a goal they have been trying to get. Ean was about 30 sec behind me and Roger about 30 sec behind Ean.  Roger was fighting off a cold earlier in the week and Ean has been doing some crazy miles. It was a great effort by all on such an epic winter day.

Aaron, Amanda, Andrew and Kels were out cheering us on as well. They did some warmup and cold down miles with us. After the race we all went to POPS for some breakfast. 

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