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February 15, 2019

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Member Since:

Jan 17, 2008



Goal Type:


Running Accomplishments:

yearly mileage totals (actual running miles, not crosstraining etc)

2008 - 1,317

2009 - 2,654

2010 - 2,578

2011 - 2,618

2012 - 3,083 (ran everyday this year. PR's in half and full marathons, at age 48!)

2013 - 1,177

2014 - 1,716

2015 - 1,060

2016 - 951

2017 - 786

2018 - 1,058


Short-Term Running Goals:

reacquaint myself with my long lost running freak, and then proceed to get my running freak on

Long-Term Running Goals:

keep running



born in 1964. married 21 years. one wife two dogs 

6 ft tall, nation wide




Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 10.00 Year: 22.00
Mt101 Lifetime Miles: 500.80
Mt101 The 2nd Lifetime Miles: 539.20
Green A5's Lifetime Miles: 100.50
MR00 Lifetime Miles: 158.70
Steenbergers Lifetime Miles: 495.00
Treadmillio Shoes Lifetime Miles: 483.00
Stillnotmads (2) Lifetime Miles: 470.50
Rednotevenmad Lifetime Miles: 330.50
Rednotevenmad2 Lifetime Miles: 146.00
Total Distance

AM - Commute run into work. 9.3 miles. Took my time (9:17 pace). Sun, mid 60's.


PM -  Hot, sweaty, slow run home. Started around 2 PM. Just getting miles today. No strength. 10.1 miles / 9:35 avg.

Junk Shoes Miles: 10.10Bandito's Miles: 9.30
Weight: 0.00
From Carolyn in Colorado on Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 14:27:38 from

You've left us hanging with that PM-. I guess you're contemplating a run home from work. That will make big miles for the week.

From Lysa on Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 14:58:27 from


From auntieem on Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 18:29:24 from

Wow, a really long one. Not surprised you had no strength. Nicely done.

From Lysa on Sat, Jun 19, 2010 at 19:21:59 from


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