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Lauren L.


New York, NY

Member since:

October 16, 2015

Introduce yourself

I played soccer growing up and started jogging in college. Initially, my training only included 1-2 major races a year; usually one marathon and one half marathon. Since moving to NYC, I have gradually began signing up for NYRR weekly races and more major races. I ran the Tokyo and Chicago Marathons this year and my upcoming major races are NYC (2015) and next year's Boston Marathon. I tend to skip workouts and occasionally skip races (I'm not a morning races). I hope that joining a team will help me regulate my training and provide the extra motivation to get out of bed for races.

What's your 5k, half marathon, or marathon race pace so we can plan pace groups at our runs?

5K PR (2015): 21:16 4M PR (2015): 26:52 10M PR (2014): 1:10:16 1/2 Marathon PR (2009): 1:33:17, Recent time is 1:33:47 at 2015 Brooklyn Half. Marathon PR (2014): 3:32:07

On your training runs, how many miles do you run?

I usually run 25-30 miles a week. My Sunday long runs range from 10-18 miles.

Where do you do most of your training?

Most of my training is done, sigh, on a gym treadmill. I occasionally run on the west side highway.


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