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Salt Lake City Marathon

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Location:

Vestavia,AL,USA

Member Since:

May 31, 2007

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Other

Running Accomplishments:

Marathon Top 10 Finishes: 7 Bridges ('15), Utah Valley ('13), Salt Lake City ('08), Top of Utah ('07), and St. Louis ('04). Ran around the equator (24901.55) in 4,388 days.

Personal Records
Marathon 2:39 (SLC '08)
1/2 Marathon 1:12.30 (Provo River, aided '08)
10K 34:16 (Track, sea level '00)
10K 33:15 (Des 10K, aided '08)
8K 25:32 (Crack of Dawn, aided '13)
5K 16:44 (Track, sea level '00)
5K 16:07 (Running of the Leopards, aided '12)
 

Short-Term Running Goals:

Get back under 3 for my next marathon, September 2018; Berlin!

A friend of mine recently brought to my attention "Team for Kids".
This group is part of the New York Road Runners (NYRR) club.

He has run for them in the past. People who run for Team for Kids commit to raising money that is then used to fund school-based and free youth events around the United States to help the youth of America adopt healthy lifestyles through running and fitness.

- Since 2002, Team for Kids has raised more than $57,000,000.

- This money has been used to support programs reaching more than 267,000 children nationwide.

- This funding, in addition to the items listed above, helps pay for training of teachers and coaches, program and practice supplies, and student incentives.

- For most of these kids, running with a NYRR program is their only opportunity to get exercise or play sports.

This year I will be running for this effort as a charity participant in the Berlin Marathon. My fundraising goal is $2,000.

Please help me make this goal by contributing to the following: https://runwithtfk.org/Donate/Member/56641

 

Long-Term Running Goals:

Enjoy being a Master's Runner.

Personal:

Grew up outside Chicago and joined the blog while I lived in Salt Lake City. Now living outside Birmingham. I am married with two daughters. Wife thinks I'm crazy for doing marathons. And yes I am crazy I'm a scientist for a living...

Miles:This week: 18.25 Month: 201.75 Year: 1509.50
RM 090416 Lifetime Miles: 135.29
Saucony Fastwitch Lifetime Miles: 226.22
Asics Japan #1 Gold Lifetime Miles: 43.00
Brooks Launch Neon #11 Lifetime Miles: 296.75
Brooks Launch Blue #12 Lifetime Miles: 307.75
Brooks Launch Blue #13 Lifetime Miles: 66.25
Brooks Launch Black #14 Lifetime Miles: 57.50
Brooks Launch Neon #16 Lifetime Miles: 63.50
Brooks Launch Grey #15 Lifetime Miles: 63.50
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Took the day off. Not feeling too bad. Nose still drippy, spending most days clearing my throat non-stop but I don't feel bad so I can "live" with it. Just went and walked around Memory Grove with the family to enjoy the beautiful day we had, it hit 70F!!! I'm definitely feeling the taper madness. This has been a longer taper than I'm used to and I'm not particularly enjoying that aspect of it. But I'm glad I didn't push through more runs when I was feeling completely crappy and making it linger around more. I'm starting to look forward to the actual race as it appears there will be a few more people around than what I thought there would be when I first registered. Between Kory, Dave, and Steve (coming off of his GREAT win yesterday) I think we will have a big pack within 5 min of 2:40, and then with Sasha taking the lead there should be a good showing for the FRB... Just under a week to go, I can't believe it!!!

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Single: About the same as yesterday. Did get 8-hrs sleep, still not 100% with the breathing, the crud in the air is not helping any. It is crazy how windy it was today. The wind was finally out of the south which could be nice for the second half of the marathon, but I’m thinking I would just prefer no wind! I ran to the course and did MM 2-~4.5, then ran into Bill Cobler and a few of his “boys”. They were doing 10 on the course so I jumped in with them and ran MM 6-~9.5. It was good catching up with Bill and talking strategies for Saturday, he is a good resource for this course (all UT for that matter…). We had a good talk and then I turned around on my own to get home without adding on additional miles to my planned 10. Mi 10-T1 Avg. 7:05 HR 152

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Single: Best breathing day in about 2-wks, another 8-hrs sleep. Picked a bad time to run though, it started SNOWING at about 1pm. The only time I had to run during the day was 3pm. At that time it was then doing a combo of sleet/hail/snow with a good wind. About 1.5-miles into the run the hail let up and by about 4 miles into the run the wind let up a little. Just took the run nice and easy. Still no word from Devine, I hope that my defense of them doesn’t prove to be unwarranted. Sandra says just wait until Friday when I can talk to someone in person... I’ll try but my nerves about the start are definitely in full affect. Mi 6-T1 Avg. 7:35 HR 139

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Single: Well today was my last “run” before the race. I will do two on Friday but that is more or less just giving the nerves a chance to relax. As usual I’m not feeling great going into the race but as usual that doesn’t mean too much. My breathing was still good but my legs were flat. My left glut didn’t want to work and my right IT was tight but again I’m sure this is just prerace jitters. Right at the start I ran into a guy training for Boston. I ran the first two miles in the SNOW (yes it was snowing AGAIN) with him. He is a teacher at East, we talked about what not to do at Boston and he told me about what a good time he had at SLC last year, he even negative split it. The snow was nothing like yesterday. In fact it was sunny and 44F when it was snowing??? At the Firehouse I left him and did two miles at MP, they were the aided miles into Memory Grove and felt comfortable, 5:42 HR 163, 5:55 HR 164, and then back. Mi 8-T1 Avg. 7:12 HR 153

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As planned I took the day off. Overall a good day, 8-hrs sleep and I got so much work done this week and over last weekend that I don't have to go in tomorrow. So tonight is setting things up and thinking about the race. Tomorrow is rest and time with Kaitlyn and then the Expo. Then getting ready for the race!!!!

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Single: Did my usual pre-race shakeout. Normally I do 1/2 wu 1mi MP 1/2 cd. But when I got to the track it was full of students. I started running and when I looked down for the first quarter I was 5:38 pace, oops. I backed off but tried to keep it at MP as best I could. The WIND was not making it easy. AccuWeather has it at 21mph out of the south. I could really tell the difference on the into the wind stretch I would look at the Garmin and it would say ~6:10-20 and with the wind it would say ~5:35-40 or about a 15-20 sec diff with or without the wind. The splits were nice and even effort though even if the pace wasn't: 5:57 HR 171, 5:56 HR 171. Now to go get my race number after Kory gets here, some lasgna, and some sleep... Mi 2-Flats Avg. 5:56 HR 171

p.s. I almost forgot the best part, I got nearly 9-hrs of sleep last night!!! 

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Race: Salt Lake City Marathon (26.2 Miles) 02:39:50, Place overall: 8, Place in age division: 2
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Chapter 8

Trial of Miles

Preface

I know last year I went a little long so I’ll stick to the basics this year. For the one or two of you that may actually care about the training aspect of the prep you can now visit my blog anytime you want (arw.fastrunningblog.com). I guess the important thing is I’ve been running now for over a decade and this is the story of my eighth marathon.

Brief Catch-up

For once I’ve had a “calm” year between now and my last marathon. Except for a real rough start on New Year’s Eve things have been going smoothly with family, work, and running. I wanted to try something a little different this marathon cycle and I boosted my mileage by a bit. In fact I ended up running just over 1300 miles in the 18-wks leading up to the race, this is nearly a third more than before my last marathon and 20% more than my senior year in college. Nine of the 18-wks were over 80-miles which is a first for me as well. Sandra got me a Garmin (this is a GPS for runners) for my 30th birthday and that has helped me play with my training quite a bit. For the majority of the 1300 miles I’ve worn the Garmin and my average pace during this time has been 7 min 34 seconds per mile with an average heart rate of 146 bpm. My body held up well and I kept the intensity down to make up for the higher volume. So all I had to wait for was the big day.

This was a good year as a little after last year’s marathon the running blog announced a race team of which I was fortunate enough to get on. That inspired me to race more throughout the winter. I ended up racing 9 times between the two marathons, three of which were within 12-hrs as I participated in the Ragnar Del Sol Relay team but that is a story in itself. The other races all went well and I was putting down times near my college racing times but 8 years later and at altitude! All and all everything was in place for a great race.

The only hitch was that a couple weeks before race day I came down with a cold after visiting a children’s museum with the family but at that point all I had left to do was rest anyway. This was actually fortunate because it gave me the excuse to sleep a little extra and skip a few runs. I ended up getting nearly 8-hrs of sleep every night the week of the marathon and the previous week I was able to get ahead at work so that marathon week was not that stressful. The night before the race the founder of the blog and the race team, Sasha, spent the night. Sasha came by after the expo, we chatted about running for a bit and then both went to our own pre-race routines.

The Race

At 5am I got up after a decent 7-hrs of sleep and then spent an hour getting ready. During this time Sasha and I checked the weather and were disheartened to learn the forecast hadn’t changed, we were going to be facing a 20+ mph headwind the first half of the race. The good news was that the temperature was decent 45°F at the start with no precipitation (it had snowed twice earlier in the week). Going into this race I had placed a number of goals out there. The number one goal was to better my previous personal best by 5 minutes and run a 2:35, however I knew that the weather would have to behave to accomplish that. So I had to go to my back-up goals. That was to run within two minutes of 2:40, finish in the top 10, and keep my effort between 170-180 heart rate (HR).

Sasha and I then made the 7-min commute over to the start to meet up with the other two bloggers running the race. This short commute and general calm attitude of the weekend definitely made the pre-race seem surreal. Also, having done so many training runs on the course really made the race seem like just another run. I got to the line with only about 10 minutes to spare and met up with Kory and Dave (both fellow race team members) as well as some other local racers. I was hoping to work with them for some of the race but as you will see the weather played its part and people had to run their own races.

After the usual prerace fanfare there was a 10 count to the gun and we were off. I stayed back off of Sasha and some of the faster guys as I knew I didn’t want to burn too much in the first 7 miles as they are some of the hillier miles. During the prep for the race I took advantage of Sasha’s course tool from the blog. This is a program that allows you to map out a race and then it uses elevation data to adjust each mile for an even effort pace. Meaning if you want to run a 2:35 marathon which comes out to 5:55 per mile you may have to run an uphill mile at 6:15 pace but a downhill mile at 5:30 pace. So throughout this report I will refer to my predicted splits and actual splits.

The first mile I was still with Kory and some of the elite women. Bill Cobler had pointed out one of the top women who had run a 2:40 on this course the year before and I wanted to work off of her if at all possible. There were three women in the elite pack and then some of us “sub-elite” guys. It was a nice crowd considering that even though this mile was downhill it had a good wind to work against. The predicted split was 5:42, we hit it in 5:47 not bad. The next mile had some uphill and still into the wind target was 5:56, we hit it in 6:01. I was happy about this as I knew one of the biggest mistakes in the marathon was to go out too fast. During the next mile I knew I was going to get to see Kaitlyn and Sandra and they were right at the 2.5 mile mark cheering me on in the shirts Sandra had made that said “Run Daddy Run” and “Run Adam”. I knew the climb to the 3 mile mark was not fun, as I’d run it easily three dozen times over the last four months, so I just stayed with the pack, target 6:15 hit 6:05. So I was back on 2:35 pace. Also, I was about to hit the fastest downhill mile of the course, at this point I started to move away from the pack and for the next 17 miles was more or less on my own. This is fine for me as I do most of my training runs on my own anyway. Mile 4 target was 5:22 and I hit 5:23, the best news of this was that I was feeling fine.

The next two miles are also aided and I got to see both some neighborhood friends and Kaitlyn and Sandra again. First, Shirley, Brian, Clara, and Owen were just past the 4 mile mark and then Sandra and Kaitlyn were at the 4.5 mile mark. This was a good stretch and there were a good number of people out to cheer us on. We then headed into Sugarhouse Park; this stretch has two climbs in it the second of which is not fun. Mile 5 target was 5:35, I hit 5:33 still a nice effort. Mile 6 had the climbs and was only supposed to be 6:17 and I was a little overzealous in a 6:01. Just out of the park Kaitlyn and Sandra were there again and hooked me up with some Gu and water. After that point we split off from the people running the half marathon and started up another hill. All during this time (from mile 4 on) I was watching Dave and Matt (a runner I don’t know) trade breaking the wind. I was jealous of their teamwork but didn’t want to put in a surge at that time to catch-up, I figured I would try and close the gap by mile 9 and see if I could work off of them after that point. Mile 7 target was 6:14 with two hills and I hit it in 6:07. However, the next 6 miles were more or less directly into that 20 mph wind. Mile 8 is a straight stretch and all I did was watch Dave and Matt. I knew the elite women pack was not far behind me so I just got into the zone, tucked my head, held in my arms, and tried to block out the wind. Mile 8 target was 6:05, I hit 6:28. At this point I decided I was not going to watch my pace anymore. To my credit I didn’t, I only glanced at my Garmin for a few splits and to check my heart rate but more or less was able to block pace out of my mind and just run on effort.

Mile 9 I knew was a tough one. There is a half mile climb up Keller Lane (Bill aptly named Killer Lane) and then a good two miles of “easy”. So I backed off a little on the climb target 6:21, hit 6:20. Turning onto 2300 E, I could see Matt start to pull away from Dave but Dave was still out of my reach. I started to reel him in hoping that me catching him would help fuel him against the wind. Mile 10 target 5:48, hit 6:09. I could see the clock about to click 1 hour and knew I was off pace but still feeling pretty good. I actually caught Dave right at the mile mark. I could tell he was in a little trouble but I mumbled something to him and he was able to tuck in behind me for the next mile. I was hoping that he could stay with me until the 13 mile mark and we would then be able to take turns down the hill but him having pneumonia for a couples weeks just a week or so prior to the race prevented that. To his credit he still had a GREAT race considering everything… Mile 11 target 5:36, hit 5:54 and I was on my own again. Mile 12 isn’t too bad except for the wind, target 6:00 and hit 6:10. The only consolation at this point was I knew the worst of the course and weather was about to be put behind me.

Mile 13 is the hardest mile on the course by elevation change and it was the most direct into the wind of all the miles. However, I knew Kaitlyn and Sandra were waiting for me at the turn down 6200 S. Target was 6:22 and I only mustered a 6:43, not bad. Sandra handed me a second water and Gu and it was time to head down the hill. Sandra actually had the other people at the half way mark all cheering my name as well. I could hear people close behind but would not look back. I just focused on Matt and tried not to let him extend his lead on me. Since mile 10 he had put another 20 or so feet on me and was maybe 100m ahead. I tried to relax down the hill with only a cross wind to deal with but it was hard to convince the legs that it was time to switch gears, target 5:47 but just managed a 6 flat. I wasn’t gaining on Matt but he also wasn’t putting any distance on me either. Miles 15 to 18 are more or less on an expressway. This is a long stretch and with a tailwind for the first time during the race, I felt like I was baking in the sun. I was starting to get worried about hydration but as I had taken at least of sip of water at EVERY water station I knew that couldn’t be the case. I took a third Gu at this time but very slowly “chewing” it. Mile 15 target was 5:36, I hit a 5:54. At this point I just wanted to hold on to mile 18 when I knew it would be the full tailwind and mostly flat. Also, Kaitlyn and Sandra were waiting there for me. So I just locked my gaze on Matt and tied an imaginary rope to his back. Miles 16 and 17 were meant to be in 5:45 and 5:44, I hit 5:56 and 5:58. All this time I actually did not look at any of these splits, I didn’t want any numbers to get in my head and just kept watching my heart rate to make sure I was staying over 170, which I was. This is a completely new strategy for me as it was my first marathon wearing a heart rate monitor but it was working well. Mile 16 was the first time during the race that I felt my legs but I kept telling myself only 1 more hour, 1 more hour, you can do it!

I ran around the corner to see mile 18, Kaitlyn and Sandra. Sandra let me know I was in 12th place at this point and handed me my third water and 4th Gu. This Gu did not go down well but it did not trip me up. I knew all I had to do was keep the legs moving. I also knew that Chad was waiting at the 20 mile mark and that would help. At this point I also noticed that for the first time since mile 10, I was gaining on Matt. I could also hear people behind me and that made me want to push that much harder. Sandra actually has a picture and two of the women were only about 50 m behind me and Kory just behind them. Target for 18 was 6:00 and I hit a 6:08.

Mile 19 I was feeling the leg fatigue but the rest of me was still rearing to go. This was a great sign as in most previous marathons I was “done” by mile 17. Target was 5:53, hit a 6:05. Then to my surprise and relief I saw Chad he turned around and stayed a few feet off to the left or ahead of me. He gave me an update that two of the Kenyans had dropped and that he thought I had a good chance of catching Matt. I knew this had me in 10th place and I was eager to not come in right at the gun but I didn’t really feel like I had a surge in me. Mile 20 target was 5:50, hit it in 6:04. All during this time I was still not looking at splits just trying to hang on, trying to reel in Matt, and listening to Chad’s words of encouragement. Mile 21 I could tell something was seriously wrong with Matt as he walked through a water stop. I could also see another runner (not sure who) that was a causality of the wind from the first half. Matt passed this other guy and then I passed them both. To Matt’s credit he was dealing with a severe calf cramp. As I passed I could actually see his calf muscle spasm. I knew this put me in 8th place and that really lit a fire in my body. Mile 21 target 6:00, hit 6:15. The next mile was just maintenance, 22 target 5:54, hit 6:00. All during this time Chad continued his encouragement.

The next mile we caught the tail end of the half-marathoners. They were on ~mile 10 and we were on mile 23. For the most part this was not a problem. Chad also did a great job of yelling out that there was a marathoner back. Most of them moved but they were spread out enough that the weaving was minimal. During this mile we headed into Liberty Park. This was fine except that someone was making breakfast and all I could smell was bacon and I actually got a little nauseous. The great news was I could see the start to the 5K and knew the finish was within reach. Mile 23 target 5:55, hit 6:11. I actually saw that split and wasn’t thrilled with it but since my perceived effort was that I was just walking and I thought Chad was just being nice when he kept saying good pace it was actually encouraging that it wasn’t slower. Chad continued to try and lift my spirits but I really felt spent. Mile 24 target was 5:48, hit 6:05. I little better but now we turned up the last hill. It hit my legs like a ton of bricks. Don’t get me wrong this is the slightest of hills but it HURT. Target for mile 25 6:01, hit 6:19. Now only 1.2 miles to go. I started trying to yell at myself. I knew I was slowing but I didn’t know by how much I hadn’t looked at the mile 25 split. I also knew the elite women couldn’t be that far behind. I kept yelling come on you can do it. Chad was getting the half marathoners to cheer for me and there was finally a little more downhill. Mile 26 target was 5:50, I hit 6:18. I was spent. However, the last turn into The Gateway Mall and the entire crowd cheering gave me that final “sprint”. I couldn’t believe I did it but when my eyes focused on the clock and I saw 2:39 click by, I said to myself there was NO WAY I WAS MISSING A SUB 2:40 AND SPRINTED WITH EVERYTHING I HAD LEFT. I lifted my arms in victory and barreled through the finish line. Last 0.31 in 1:47 or 5:45 pace. The marathon is actually 26.2, my Garmin had 26.31 amazingly close considering it is done by satellite. My official chip time was 2:39.50 a 30 second PR!!! My average heart rate was 178. Later I’ll post a table like my MP workouts but for now my splits are all above.

At the end of the finish shoot I actually felt pretty good. I said congrats to Sasha. I then went and thanked Chad for all his help. Then I went to find Kaitlyn and Sandra. They congratulated me through the fence and then I was taken by someone to the elite tent. I was interviewed on camera, first time for that (later that night I got my 1 second of fame as they used a sound bite from that interview on the local Fox news). I then went and briefly congratulated the woman’s champion who came in less than a minute behind me, briefly congratulated Kory but did not see Dave. The next day I found a nice little top ten table in the local Tribune. One cool fact is that of the seven people who beat me only two of them are not paid athletes! To celebrate Sandra and Kaitlyn presented me with Again to Carthage, the sequel to Once a Runner and then after a nap and a walk around the mall to stretch the legs we went to dinner at Tsunami for some SUSHI!

Overall, I did not make my 2:35 goal but I more or less accomplished everything else I set out to do. Could have I pushed harder? Maybe a very little the last two miles but I don’t think so. I feel fine now but I should, I trained for it. My legs don’t like stairs too much today but I’ll be good to run again before the week is out. Thank you to all my family for their prayers and all my friends on the blog for their support and comments. Many a day during the winter months when it was below zero snowing and 5:00am in the morning I only got out the door because I knew someone would be checking up on me later in the day on the blog. Thank you!!!

Mile Target Actual % off HR Total Pace for Total Ascent Total Descent Net Change Total
1 5:42 5:47 -1.4% 167 5:47 2:31:31 46 200 -154 -154
2 5:56 6:01 -1.4% 175 11:48 2:34:35 165 209 -44 -198
3 6:15 6:05 2.7% 181 17:53 2:36:11 202 72 130 -68
4 5:22 5:23 -0.3% 177 23:16 2:32:24 25 276 -251 -319
5 5:35 5:33 0.6% 179 28:49 2:31:00 49 137 -88 -407
6 6:17 6:01 4.4% 180 34:50 2:32:06 180 190 -10 -417
7 6:14 6:07 1.9% 182 40:57 2:33:16 159 170 -11 -428
8 6:05 6:28 -5.9% 179 47:25 2:35:17 204 160 44 -384
9 6:21 6:20 0.3% 178 53:45 2:36:28 217 78 139 -245
10 5:48 6:09 -5.7% 179 59:54 2:36:56 91 182 -91 -336
11 5:36 5:54 -5.1% 178 1:05:48 2:36:43 54 136 -82 -418
12 6:00 6:10 -2.7% 179 1:11:58 2:37:08 89 114 -25 -443
13 6:22 6:43 -5.2% 177 1:18:41 2:38:35 223 150 73 -370
14 5:47 6:00 -3.6% 176 1:24:41 2:38:29 133 248 -115 -485
15 5:36 5:54 -5.1% 173 1:30:35 2:38:13 109 140 -31 -516
16 5:45 5:56 -3.1% 173 1:36:31 2:38:03 48 94 -46 -562
17 5:44 5:58 -3.9% 175 1:42:29 2:37:57 56 92 -36 -598
18 6:00 6:08 -2.2% 175 1:48:37 2:38:06 73 85 -12 -610
19 5:53 6:05 -3.3% 176 1:54:42 2:38:10 59 70 -11 -621
20 5:50 6:04 -3.8% 176 2:00:46 2:38:12 56 74 -18 -639
21 6:00 6:15 -4.0% 177 2:07:01 2:38:28 70 47 23 -616
22 5:54 6:00 -1.7% 181 2:13:01 2:38:25 56 88 -32 -648
23 5:55 6:11 -4.3% 179 2:19:12 2:38:34 81 69 12 -636
24 5:48 6:05 -4.7% 180 2:25:17 2:38:36 63 104 -41 -677
25 6:01 6:19 -4.7% 180 2:31:36 2:38:53 162 98 64 -613
26 5:50 6:18 -7.4% 182 2:37:54 2:39:07 117 146 -29 -642
26.2 1:14 1:47 -30.8% 184 2:39:41 2:39:41 162 65 97 -545
Total 2:34:50 2:39:41 - 178 - - 2949 3494 -545 -
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