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2889 Views 46 Replies Latest reply: Feb 1, 2007 9:19 PM by kjb runner RSS Go to original post 1 2 3 4 Previous Next
  • the kenyan Legend 1,152 posts since
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    30. Jan 4, 2007 9:12 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    quote:


    Originally posted by Crazy1:

    Geeze you're to old for me anyway. Judging by you picture I would put you at a least 30.

    Oh Ouch.


     



    i know a feeble attempt to save face when i see one

  • Twigger Legend 398 posts since
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    31. Jan 4, 2007 10:04 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    yep that one hurt....

    I know i sure look like thirty when I am in a neon green room and its says the year I was born was '89.

    I guess you are not only a little crazy but failed basic arithmetic

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  • Crazy1004 Legend 1,032 posts since
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    32. Jan 5, 2007 6:45 PM (in response to Guest )
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    Geeze you take everything way to seriously.  This is an Online forum. 

    More on the coffee note. No I don't drink starbuck. I Usually try to stick with the local vendors.

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  • jellybean567 Pro 102 posts since
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    33. Jan 7, 2007 2:39 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    quote:
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    <br />quote:<br />
    <br /><br />Originally posted by jellybean567:<br />I'm a 15 year old sophmore, I ran a 5k this summer after 2 weeks off of training. The mile time is from track Sections when I had just turned 15 and missed a State trip by .03 seconds. My 800 time is from a day in CC practice when we ran 4x800m. I didn't run the 800 last year in track; I ran the 2 mile but I'd rather not share my times because I wasn't extremely motivated during that race! <br />5k: 23:?? Mid 23's<br />Mile: 5:32.??<br />800: 2:32<br /><br />Out of curiosity, what is your 800m time. Also, is that a school record or a section/state record?<br /><br /><br />

    <br /><br /><br />with that mile time, your 5k and 800 should be alot faster.<br /><br /><br />
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    Wow sorry that took a while for me to find again!  If you had read the paragraph above the times you would have known that the 5k was after 2 weeks away from running and the 800 was during practice.  In CC we run a 4k so I have only timed a 5k once(I don't really pay attention to times in CC), and last year in track I ran the mile and the 2 mile.  The 2 mile was pretty much just an up-tempo run to give me more endurance.  That was under my coach's orders.  I don't race distances shorter than the mile very often because I have a tendancy to hurt my hip flexors when I do that.

  • Moehrke Amateur 22 posts since
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    34. Jan 7, 2007 4:42 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    wait. you are good on your xc team with a 24 minute time? not to sound snobby or anything but i'm number two on my team with 21 minute times.

    sorry kid, but you wouldnt even be on my team.
    oh, i'm 15 and a sophmore too.

  • little wing Pro 114 posts since
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    35. Jan 10, 2007 2:29 AM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

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    Originally posted by runxc09:

    im a girl -- under 21 !http://www.coolrunning.com/forums/smile.gif|src=http://www.coolrunning.com/forums/smile.gif|border=0!

    5k 20:30

    1600: 6:20ish (time trial at xc)

    800 -- never raced one probably could do about 2:30 at least

    600 (if anyone cares) 1:49


     



    with that 5k and 600, your other times should be alittle bit faster, i bet you could break 6:00 and 2:30 easily. it sounds like you're a long distance runner.

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  • little wing Pro 114 posts since
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    36. Jan 10, 2007 2:35 AM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

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    Originally posted by Twigger:

    okay Il get back to the orgininal question.

    I'm a senior girl right now but when I was a sophomore these were my times
    400: 70ish
    800: Never ran it
    1600: 5:23
    3200: 11:43

    Now there are this (junior year)
    400: 67
    800: 2:26
    1600:5:16
    3200: 11:23

    I do not know where you live but I am quessing maybe in an area with a smaller school (smaller divison). Your times are good but if you move out of your area then you most likely would not be that competitive. This is not meant to bring you down but rather encourage you to be reinvigorated to train harder, smarter, and better.
    I have lived in two areas for H.S. so far. The first area was extremely fast (my soph year the district 1600 was won in 4:46) the new area was still fast and if you wanted to advance you had to be under 5:20.
    good luck with your training and I hope you accomplish the goals you set out for yourself.



     



    girl, have u considered running the marathon? if you decide to run in college, you should run the 5000. your mile and 2 mile are solid, your 400 and 800 times are good too but they imply that you should be doing looooong stuff or your longer distance times imply you are alot faster in the shorter stuff. my friend penny ran a 19:12 5k and an 10:44 3k and a 5:30something mile and her 800 was 2:27. she just had one single pace. honestly, she could get the award for the world's biggest pacer. she has our school half-marathon record now.

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  • little wing Pro 114 posts since
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    37. Jan 10, 2007 2:37 AM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    quote:


    Originally posted by the kenyan:

    it bothers me that you live that close to me


     



    would disturb me too. i wonder if anyone weird here lives close to me...



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  • Twigger Legend 398 posts since
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    38. Jan 10, 2007 6:31 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    quote:


    Originally posted by little wing:

    girl, have u considered running the marathon? if you decide to run in college, you should run the 5000. your mile and 2 mile are solid, your 400 and 800 times are good too but they imply that you should be doing looooong stuff or your longer distance times imply you are alot faster in the shorter stuff. my friend penny ran a 19:12 5k and an 10:44 3k and a 5:30something mile and her 800 was 2:27. she just had one single pace. honestly, she could get the award for the world's biggest pacer. she has our school half-marathon record now.


     




    Actually yes lol. I have been told by several people that my stride would be good for it (in fact last weekend a guy a volunteered w/ at a swim meet saw me run last year and told me). My favorite workouts are hour+ long runs too  and in college I am planning for the 5,000 and perhaps 10,000 to be my main events
    Marathoning will be a little down the road, no pun intended

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  • little wing Pro 114 posts since
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    39. Jan 10, 2007 11:18 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    nice. my high school coach used to tell me that would be my best event because i wasn't a sprinter. he was a sprint coach so his views were skewed about anyone who didnt have blinding speed. but i had this idea that i was going to train for Tulsa Marathon this past summer and not tell anyone about it til near the day of the race. i wanted to do one in the state and the other 2 my state offers are during or right after track season but the Tulsa one is in the fall right after XC is over. i may do it next fall instead.

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  • runningm Amateur 38 posts since
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    40. Jan 12, 2007 10:21 AM (in response to Guest )
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    little wing, do you mind if I ask how old you are?  I'm sure it's probably posted on here somewhere, but I'm way too lazy to go look.

  • alexanderthegr8042 Legend 1,228 posts since
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    41. Dec 25, 2007 1:09 AM (in response to Guest )
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    Run for an NAIA school (SFU maybe) and you can race the marathon at Nationals.

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  • LovinThePain Amateur 8 posts since
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    42. Jan 18, 2007 8:49 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    wow, no offence, but i dont no how htose times could have got u the records:S in my freshman year (14 girl) i had ran 4:55  fo my 1500m and i wasnt even consider greeat,

  • endlessdreamer611 Amateur 25 posts since
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    43. Jan 23, 2007 11:16 AM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    I'm 15 and this yr was my first for XC/Track

    5k- 24:40ish
    800-2:55
    1000- 3:35
    1500 (not to be confused with 1600) - 5:55

  • sparks77 Pro 195 posts since
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    44. Jan 23, 2007 6:23 PM (in response to Guest )
    Re: GIRLS: 4k, 5k, 800, 1600, 3200 times.

    quote:


    Originally posted by the kenyan:

    it bothers me that you live that close to me


     



    me as well

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