Let's see, Finally ran Boston 2004. Broke 100 miles for 24 hours in 2005. Finished the Wasatch 100 three times now. 4th place in the Across the Years 24 hour race 2007/2008
5K - 21:03 (a long time ago), around 23:00 currently
10K - 44:??
1/2 marathon - 1:36
50K - 5:05
50 mile - 8:59
100K - 11:37
100 mile - 22:18
24 hour - 106.65 miles
72 hours - 167.77 miles
2006 Wasatch 100 34:23
2008 Wasatch 100 32:22
2009 Wasatch 100 33:57
2009 2nd place 50-54 age group Striders Winter Training Series
Short-Term Running Goals:
Direct a successful Antelope Island Buffalo run in March 2011, Mountain View Trail Half Marathon in October, and the Antelope Island 50K/100K in November.
Tenative 2011 race and run schedule - Bonneville Shoreline Trail Marathon, Grandeur Peak fun run, Timp Trail Marathon, Pocatello 50 mile, Western States 100 mile, Vermont 100 mile, Leadville 100 mile, Wasatch 100 mile (yep, trying for the grand slam of ultrarunning), Striders Winter training series, Moab Red Hot 50K, Red Mountain 50K, Survivor Series 10K (Rockford, IL), Grand Canyon Double crossing, Zion traverse, Boise Half Ironman (my first tri). Might Run the Ogden Valley 50 mile, the Pony Express 50 mile and maybe the Chimera 100 in November. I'm a memeber of the Wasatch Speedgoat Mountain Racing Team (www.wasatchspeedgoat.com). One of my major goals is to not embarass the team with poor finishes.
Long-Term Running Goals:
Stay injury free and still be able to outrun kids half my age. Stay fit enough to keep up with my grandson.
52, married for 30 years to the same wonderful woman, 2 grown kids, 1 grandson.
That's my son and I in the picture at the 2007 Buffalo Run. He's always a big help and a pretty cool kid.
I direct the Antelope Island Buffalo Run, the Mountain View Trail Half Marathon, and the Antelope Island 50K/100K, all on Antelope Island State Park. The website is www.buffalorun.org