2009 Vital Stats

1.  Name (nick):
2.  Age:
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total:
4.  Number of races completed:
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race:
7.  Favorite race:
8.  Other fitness accomplishments:
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009?
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes?
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles?
15. Wish for the Pacers:

Send us your vital stats ASAP,
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  Also see members 2007 Stats, 2008 Stats

Robbie Headrick

Neil Solomon

Phillip Wedgeworth

Nestor Raul Anzola

Jennifer Torres

Becky Ryder

Jim Coll

Running Bear

Deborah Barrett

Aquilino Garcia

Ginny Dufrene

James Daniel

Toni Bailey

Karen Lott

Eric Weill

Bill Gasparrini

David

Jamie Walker

Terri Ward

Audrey Jackson

Matt Blanding

Tinker Housley

Ray Henderson

Bo Henderson

Frank Barrett

Ben Hughes

Sheila Gaudet

 

1.  Name (nick):  Sheila
2.  Age: 41
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: very, very few
4.  Number of races completed: none
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: n/a
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: n/a
7.  Favorite race: none this past year
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: lost about 20 lbs, lol
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: swimming
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: umm...that I didn't do it.  Does that count?
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: I'm registered for a triathlon in June
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? my triathlon in June
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? very slow
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? so far, about 3
15. Wish for the Pacers:  No injuries, good weather for races!

1.  Name (nick):     Ben Hughes (not Nick) 
2.  Age:     41.78847 years, and counting.
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: Ran only 500 miles; Biked only 1500 miles; Swam only 10Km
4.  Number of races completed:     5
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:     Mississippi Blues Half-Marathon in 2:02
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race:     175 miles to the MulletMan Triathlon in Perdido Key, FL.
7.  Favorite race:     For 2009, MS. Blues Half-Marathon
8.  Other fitness accomplishments:    Successfully putting on the EagleMan Triathlon (with LOTS of help!)
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:     Long Runs alone and Big Group Rides
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:    Bronchitis in November sidelined me for 3 weeks
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:    Citius, Altius, Fortius!  (and lose 20 pounds)
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009?  New Orleans Ironman 70.3 & Heart O' Dixie Triathlon
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes?    9:30
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles?     12
15. Wish for the Pacers:     Work hard, rock hard, eat hard, sleep hard, grow big, wear glasses if you need 'em!

1. Name (nick): Frank Barrett 
2. Age: 58
3. Total Miles run/walked: 809.4
4. Number of races completed: 30
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 2 Mile 16:22, 5K 25:34, 10K 1:08, 12K 1:14
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Ocean Springs
7. Favorite race: Blueberry 5K at Poplarville
8. Other fitness accomplishments: Making new running friends
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Pacers Relays and Trek the Trace
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: Getting injured and missing races
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: To stay healthy for the whole year
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? 5K races
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 9:00
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 8
15. Wish for the Pacers: Encourage new runners to train safely and enjoy the club activities.

1. Name (nick): Bo Henderson 
2. Age: 9
3. Total Miles run/walked: 372 Miles
4. Number of races completed: 22
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 1 Mile Run for Hope 7:04, 5K Ellisville Rotary Fest 27:03
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Jackson MS
7. Favorite race: Last Chance to Run
8. Other fitness accomplishments:
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Run
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: More kids my age not involved in running.
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Work for faster time in one mile.
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? All one mile races.

1. Name (nick): Ray Henderson 
2. Age: 38
3. Total Miles run/walked: 1111 Miles
4. Number of races completed: 15
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K Ellisville Rotary 19:45, Half Gulf Coast 1:49:22
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Jackson, MS
7. Favorite race: Jingle Bell Meridian
8. Other fitness accomplishments:
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Running with my son
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: None
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Stay free of injury.
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Will stay with the 5K's, I may run the Blue's half again, I enjoyed the experience.

 1.  Name (nick):  Joe (Tinker) Housley 
 2.  Age:  48
 3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total:  500 +  (I only started
keeping track in August)
 4.  Number of races completed:  5
 5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:  I finished Ė that's all I
was concerned with doing
 6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race:  Spokane, Washington
 7.  Favorite race:  The Labor Your Legs 5K
 8.  Other fitness accomplishments:  Proving the expects wrong by
running again!
 9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  Kickboxing, boxing and roadwork
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  Losing my roadwork
partner this year and not being able to train as with my son nearly as
much as I would like anymore.
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:  To increase my roadwork distance
and just enjoy the company of other runners.
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during
2009?  The Labor Your Legs 5K
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes?  A snail's
pace on good days
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles?  Around 9 nines
15. Wish for the Pacers:  To have a successful and wonderful year of
educating people from every age range that fitness is achievable

1.  Name (nick): Matthew (Matt) Blanding  
2.  Age:65
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total:600
4.  Number of races completed:3
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 26:24 (5K)
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race:45 Miles
7.  Favorite race: Race For the Cure, Washington, DC
8.  Other fitness accomplishments:
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Packard's Ctr ALS Fund 5K Race, Baltimore, MD
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: 5 - 5K races; 2 - 10K races
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Half-Marathon
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 9 mpm
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 5 Miles
15. Wish for the Pacers: Continued growth

1. Name (nick): Audrey Jackson 
2. Age: 47 until Feb.11
3. Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: Not enough!! 
4. Number of races completed: I don't keep up with this.
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K was around 24:28, 10K was 48:57, half marathon best was under 2:00 hr
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Houma, LA
7. Favorite race: Oschner's
8. Other fitness accomplishments: not much time to add anything else to my schedule
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: gardening
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: Stennis, you can't do well unless you put in the time and miles
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: I want to be under 24 minutes again for the 5K, I want to improve/PR in half
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? MS 50 20K
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? Due to an injury, I can only train at a 9:00 min or slower
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 9
15. Wish for the Pacers:  To continue to provide examples of quality fitness programs  for all levels and have fun doing it!! 

Name (nick): Terri Ward 
2. Age: 28
3. Total Miles run/walked: One of my goals is to start keeping a better log!
4. Number of races completed:3
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 2:07:01 in St. Jude Half Marathon
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: 5 hours
7. Favorite race: St. Jude Half Marathon
8. Other fitness accomplishments: Overall better shape/condition
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Any type of cardio!
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: That I am some competitive with my older sister who is a seasoned runner! And that I lost 4 toenails on the right foot!
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Complete a full marathon!
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Country Music Marathon in Nashville, TN

1.  Name (nick): Jamie Walker
2.  Age: 28
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: 376.75
4.  Number of races completed:
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: 3 hours 15 minutes
7.  Favorite race: St. Thomas Irish-Italian Fest 5k (I'm the director!)!
8.  Other fitness accomplishments:
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: running, swimming
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: sore feet!
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: lose weight and be more consistent with running to help reduce work stress
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? None, we're getting married, so training at all will be an accomplishment!
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? approx. 10 min./mile
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? approx. 3 miles--not much time while planning a wedding and I just got a promotion at work
15. Wish for the Pacers: To better keep everyone informed through e-mails (sometimes I get them, sometimes I don't)

1.  Name (nick): David
2.  Age: 46
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: 903
4.  Number of races completed: 10
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K: 23:22, 10K: 50:10
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: 1705 miles (Las Vegas)
7.  Favorite race: Steam Whistle 12K
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Scoring the winning TD in Super Bowl
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Birding a hole in golf anywhere
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: Ĺ Marathon in NC
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: 1000 miles
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Hobble than Gobble
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 8:45-9:00
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles?
15. Wish for the Pacers: Have one big 10K run in Hattiesburg, or a Sprint Tri

1. Name (nick):   Bill Gasparrini 
2. Age:  57
3. Total Miles run/walked:  about 1,500 (not counting elliptical trainer)
4. Number of races completed:  about 20
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:  5k: 20:19 in Jan,  10k: 43:12 (in Jan)
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race:  Boston Marathon
7. Favorite race:  adventure race in Ocean Springs
8. Other fitness accomplishments: Half marathon in Mobile and New Orleans
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  bike rides across Ocean Springs bridge
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  I got slower during the year
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:  Improve 5k times back under 21 min
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009?  New Orleans Half Ironman

1.  Name (nick): Eric Weill 
2.  Age: 53
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: 1,000
4.  Number of races completed: 13
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K, 21:55, 1/2-Marathon, 1:53:02
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: 575 miles
7.  Favorite race: Brunswick (GA) Stewbilee 5K
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Finally rode every section of the Longleaf Trace
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: The predict-your-time 2-mile.
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: Pulled muscle, couldn't run for over 2 months, lost fitness
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Run my first marathon
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? My first marathon.
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? Long, 8:30-9:00, short, 7:30-8:15
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 10
15. Wish for the Pacers: "Run like an animal."

1.  Name (nick):  Karen Lott
2.  Age: 41
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: Don't have a clue.  I need to learn a easy way to keep up with it
4.  Number of races completed: 5 5K races and the Hobble then Gobble 5 miles
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 33:30 best 5K time
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Laurel, MS
7.  Favorite race:  I liked all of the races I participated in.
8.  Other fitness accomplishments:  Just having the motivation to even try to get fit.
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  I like running outside in the fresh air just letting my mind wonder.
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  I didn't have any disappointment, I just need some more experience and motivation
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:  I would like to run at least a 1/2 marathon but not sure which one and then maybe build up to a full marathon.
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009?  My 1st race this year will be the 5K at St. Thomas on 3/14/2009.  Still working the other races I plan to do.
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes?  I'm not sure.
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles?  3 - 4 miles but will continue to increase as the year goes on.
15. Wish for the Pacers:  To continue to grow in membership, that all have a healthy and injury free year.  Also, that we continue to be great role models for each other and others around us.

1. Name (nick): Toni Bailey 
2. Age: 30
3. Total Miles run/walked: I donít keep very good records of my running.
4. Number of races completed: 5
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 2:39 in St. Jude Half
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: about 5 hours
7. Favorite race: so far, Disney
8. Other fitness accomplishments:
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: weightlifting
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: being passed by a 75 year old speed walker in my very first race
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: improve my endurance & speed
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Not sure which ones exactly, but: Country Music, Rock n Roll, Chicago, Nike Womenís, St. Jude

1. Name (nick):  James Daniel
2. Age:  36
3. Total Miles run/walked:  ~750
4. Number of races completed:  8
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:  5k - 19:56 1/2 marathon 1:37
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race:  Philadelphia, MS
7. Favorite race: Sunfish / Heart of Dixie / Heat Wave
8. Other fitness accomplishments:  chin ups - lots of them
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  group running / cycling
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  training hurt
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:  1/2 ironman New Orleans / Ironman Louisville
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009?  1/2 ironman New Orleans / Ironman Louisville

1.  Name (nick):  Ginny Dufrene
2.  Age:  40
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total:  Run - 1273, Walk-around 330
miles, Bike -around 90 miles
4.  Number of races completed: 21 Total - 2 milers- 5, 5ks -8,10ks - 2,
12k - 1, 10 mile - 1, Ĺ marathon -3, marathon - 1
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 2 mile - 14:41, 5k -23:06, 10K -
48:38, 12K -1:00, 10 mile -1:29, Half marathon - 1:52, Marathon Disney
4:08 (pr 3:59)
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: 2008 - Disney Marathon, Ever - Dublin Marathon
7.  Favorite race: winter distance racing is my favorite - Mardi Gras half
or full - if it's cold.
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: yoga classes
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: completing a hard/quality
running workout or race
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  I had a great year of
running - no disappointment with the running, I ran better than ever in
2008.  I am disappointed about not losing my "remodeling lbs."
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:  PR in the marathon before March 4th.
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during
2009? I trained very hard for the Houston marathon - Jan 2009, after this race, I am adopting Charles and Nestor's training plans.
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? Tempo -
8:00-8:10, Recovery - 9:30-10:30, Long run - 8:45-9:30
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 8-20 miles,
depending on the time of year.
15. Wish for the Pacers:  all injuries to be healed, motivation to
continue running/racing.

1. Name (nick): Aquilino Garcia (Kily)
2. Age:35
3. Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: 1500+
4. Number of races completed:7 5k, 3 10k, 2 H-M, 3 Marathons
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 3:49 PR (Marathon)
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Las Vegas, NV (Marathon)
7. Favorite race: Always Chicago's Marathon, Labor your Legs
8. Other fitness accomplishments: 12/50 states and counting... with 0 injuries in 2008
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: PBP Relays
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: Not being able to train as hard as I want
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Same than last year...qualify for Boston Marathon
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? St George Marathon, UT
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 8:30
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 14 - 18
15. Wish for the Pacers: More participation in the PBP events and meetings.

1. Name (nick): Running Mouth
2. Age: 39, always will be 39
3. Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: I only keep up with the money
4. Number of races completed: 5, maybe?
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: My times are so dismal I don't try to remember them!
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: San Diego, California to be a supporter
7. Favorite race: It was in 2009 already, but I loved the camaraderie of the MS Blue Marathon Relay
8. Other fitness accomplishments: Working on my core and stamina to run further
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Love biking with my wonderful husband. It is a good time for us to talk but I can't seem to get Keith to go with me! Maybe it is me doing all the talking.
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: I have realized I need to get back to doing some resistance training as well as cardio.
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Consistently be able to run 5 or 6 miles without it wiping me out.
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Training hard is not on the agenda.
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 10
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 5
15. Wish for the Pacers: To "pick up the pace"

1.  Name (nick):  Jim Coll 
2.  Age:  35
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total:  1,001 (Just made it - had to run a few on Dec. 31!)
4.  Number of races completed:  8-10
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:  5K about 19:30; don't think I ran a 10K
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race:  Louisville, KY
7.  Favorite race:  Sunfish/Heart O' Dixie triathlons
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Rode 3,208 miles, swam 72 miles, 43 workouts in the weight room
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  Learning that I could swim fairly competently.
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  Dropping out of Ironman Louisville
11. Running/racing goals for 2009:  Finding a way to better balance my fitness activities with the rest of my responsibilities
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Ironman Louisville
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes?  8:30 or so
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles?  10-12 miles
15. Wish for the Pacers:  More volunteering

1.  Name (nick): Becky Ryder
2.  Age: 64
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: Ran 1094, walked 354
4.  Number of races completed: 8
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K - 26:31, 10K - 56:55
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Atlanta
7.  Favorite race: Azalea Trail 10K
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Lifted weights on 75 days
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: speed work (am I crazy)
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: as usual - coping with
piriformis/hamstring problems
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Break 27 on 5K and 56 on 10K
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Azalea Trail 10K
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 10-11 minute
miles
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 7-8 miles last year;
5.5 miles this year
15. Wish for the Pacers: Continue to have new people assume leadership
positions by directing races, hosting meetings and planning social events.

1.  Name (nick): Jennifer Torres
2.  Age: 43
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: run 450, walk 25, bike 500
4.  Number of races completed: 5
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: 5 miles
7.  Favorite race: Need more time for this one.
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Starting running and losing 20 lbs.
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: running/biking
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: stress fracture in foot
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: recover from stress fracture, run a half marathon, lose another 20 lbs
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? Half Marathon
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? Around 10.5
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 10 miles
15. Wish for the Pacers: More trail runs (especially where slower people can run)

1. Name (nick): Nestor Raul Anzola, The Fastest Colombian Coach-Potato  in town 
2. Age: 44 years young (one more to go to Boston!)
3. Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: Around 700m
4. Number of races completed: 25, including 1 marathon and 1 triathlon
5. Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K: Milltown Classic, 21:25 -- 10K: Crescent City Classic, 47:13 -- Half Marathon: Mardi Gras Half-Marathon, 1:43:27 (PR) -- Marathon: Pensacola Marathon, 3:58:35 PR)
6. Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Austin, TX - Resolution 10K Run
7. Favorite race: Run Through History in Vicksburg and Azalea Trail Run
8. Other fitness accomplishments: None
9. Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: watching the election's outcome!
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: Got shin splints in April again, stopped running for weeks, got a lot of extra-weight, and when ran again, never came back to the peak performances "pre-injury" time.
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: qualifying for Boston 2010 (hahaha! in my dreams... or maybe not  )
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? I don't like to train hard, just have fun
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 9:30-9:45
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 14m. If I do one or two 18milers, I think I can try to run another marathon
15. Wish for the Pacers:[/quote] I wish you all a Merry Christmas!

Name (nick):
2.  Age: Phillip Wedgeworth
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: 1815
4.  Number of races completed: 39
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K Rotary Fest (and it was an accurate course) 10K Bob Coleman
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Stennis Space Center         
7.  Favorite race: Bobcat 5K
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Being alive at the end of the year
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event: Walking with wife
10. Biggest running/training disappointment: Being injured and running in pain for most of the year.
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: Enjoying life
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? I donít train hard; it is too much like work. I will leave hard work to the serious runners.
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? Very slow
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? Twelve miles
15. Wish for the Pacers To have better participation at all races.

1.  Name (nick):  Robbie Headrick     Robbie's Blog 
2.  Age:  53  Robbie's New Blog
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total:  ??  Started running seriously in September '08.
4.  Number of races completed in 2008:  Approximately 10
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008:  5k: 26:40; 10k: 59:00 (2 runs in a row I clocked in at 59 sharp!!  How often will this happen!!)
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race:  Pensacola, FL.
7.  Favorite race:  Food World, Mobile, AL.
8.  Other fitness accomplishments:  Lost 30 pounds with Weight Watchers in about 6 months.  Feel better than I have in years!!
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  Running.  [Use to be step aerobics and racquetball.]
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  MS Gulf Coast Marathon (Stennis).  I ran worse than any other race (time-wise); it was soooo humid!  Was so thrilled to see the finish line!
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: 
    A.  Participate in a Half Marathon in the Spring.  My goal is to run the entire way.  With this being my first half marathon, I do not want to focus on time.  I hope I can attain my goal of running.  I wish not to walk unless absolutely necessary.  (I can't believe I'm doing this!!!!!!!!!) 
    B.  Run 5k's consistently under a 9 minute mile
    C.  Run 10k's consistently 56:00 or under
   D.  To be injury free and yet able to improve my running along the way...run smart!  Running is addicting!!!
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009?  Half Marathon in March
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes?  About 9:15
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles?  8 miles
15. Wish for the Pacers:  Have only been a member about 2 months; dunno??
1.  Name (nick): Neil Solomon
2.  Age: 49 will move into the 50 age group in April
3.  Total Miles run/walked in 2008, total: 1000 miles
4.  Number of races completed: 15
5.  Best 5K, 10K time (or other) in 2008: 5K- 19:46,  5 mile- 33:07   1/2 marathon-  1:32:40
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: Jackson and New Orleans
7.  Favorite race: 5K
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Not sure
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  running
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  Not getting my daughter Melinda to more events
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: break 19:30 in a 5K,  break 1:31 in half marathon, try a marathon
12. What running event or race do you plan on training hard for during 2009? not sure
13. What is your current training pace per mile in minutes? 7:40 - 7:45 for runs > 8 miles,  about 7:10 - 7:15 for runs less then 5 miles
14. What is your current longest weekly run in miles? 12 - 14 miles
15. Wish for the Pacers: more members
1.  Name:  Running Bear 
2.  Age: ~>Dirt+1, he got married the day Keith Barrett was born (but there is no scientific proof of any culpability)
3.  Miles run/walked: 1014 BEU in 2008, down from 1839 BEU* in 2007
4.  Number of races completed: Nada, none, zip, zero, but still neck and neck with the grim reaper
5.  Best race location and time: Mississippi Trail 50, 6 am start
6.  Farthermost distance traveled for a race: 52, Mississippi Trail 50 (worked at the finish line)
7.  Favorite race: Mississippi Trail 50 - It's an experience, not just a race
8.  Other fitness accomplishments: Lived thru 2008
9.  Most enjoyable fitness activity/event:  Biking in Virginia
10. Biggest running/training disappointment:  Tie between being told a knee brace would not enable me to run again, and realizing my mountain bike wreck had undone my 2007 hernia repair.
11. Running/racing goals for 2009: What a cruel question!
12. Train hard for - bike Big Walker Mountain
15. Wish for the Pacers: Find a smarter, more mature web master
(*- Bear equivalent units)
P.S.: After 35 years of keeping a log, have decided to shut it down, for obvious reasons. Total miles: 58023, 1612 per year or 4.4 miles/day.
Max year:3028 miles in 2004, +20 lbs in 2008.