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  • DaCat Amateur 16 posts since
    Jan 30, 2007
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    16. Feb 6, 2007 10:12 AM (in response to fredurie)
    Re: The Fastest Big Man in the U.S.

    Pacific Shoreline Half Marathon

    1 Nick Arciniaga 1:05:44
    2 Christian Hesch 1:06:00
    3         Sergio Reyes      1:06:06

  • ChristianHesch Rookie 1 posts since
    Mar 7, 2007
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    17. Mar 7, 2007 6:34 PM (in response to fredurie)
    Re: The Fastest Big Man in the U.S.

    think the night prior i was tagging the scale around 177 or 78 if i remember correctly, was about 176 when i arrived home, so figure i probably managed to put 2 lbs back in, probably was around 174-5 at the finish line. 5:03's through 16mi, then realized i could win so ran 61change for the last 10.2mi, turned out to be a fairly easy day, i actually wouldn't even call it my debut (i hope to debut for real at NYC in the sunday race (international race, not the trials)).
        I suppose the message is that one can still be a phattie phattie fatfat (as my friend so affectionately calls me  AND run low miles (i ran about 155mi for the month prior- so around 38mi/wk) and still go OK at the marathon. all the best to everyone.

    cheers, CH-

  • pmcneb Community Moderator 582 posts since
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    18. Mar 7, 2007 8:19 PM (in response to fredurie)
    Re: The Fastest Big Man in the U.S.

    Wow..we are honored to have you poke your head in here. !|src=|border=0!

    Obviously from his picture, his 180 is all muscle...certainly no fat there. !|src=|border=0!

    On another note ...My DS was 6'1 when he ran his senior year xc in high school. He weighed about 170. Definitley the big kid on the course. Coach always said if the course went for 10 miles, he would have finished ahead of a lot of the 100 pounders. They would be dying at the finish and he would just be getting into his stride.



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