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January 20, 2019

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Member Since:

Jul 17, 2011



Goal Type:

Local Elite

Running Accomplishments:

A couple of wins in small local races. 

I have always been an active person and need to do something physical everyday or I don't feel right. 

Short-Term Running Goals:

Mile: 4:40

5k: 16 min (track or honest course)

10k: 33 min

1/2 Marathon: 1:13

Steadily increase my mileage to 60-70 miles a week.


Long-Term Running Goals:

Eventually run a marathon.

Run for health and sanity.


Married. 30

I work in commercial real estate. 

I enjoy golf, video games and have recently started learning chess.

Adam Cornelius

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Ran thru Holladay in the rain. Was time pressed but was happy to finally run a bit quicker, felt really good on the run.

Weight: 0.00
From james (runmehappy) on Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 09:56:10 from

Nice to see some fast miles. What are you considering "marathon pace" right now?

From ACorn on Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 11:36:51 from

Marathon pace is 6:45 or thereabouts. Obviously, that's just a guess since I've never run one. Probably an optimistic guess.

I didn't have my garmin yesterday so just guessing.

From james (runmehappy) on Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 11:37:44 from

Right on. That is a good clip. I miss running through Holladay.

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