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February 21, 2018

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Tuscaloosa,AL,United States

Member Since:

May 16, 2015



Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

11.8 100m

15:14 3 mile

26:40 8k

Short-Term Running Goals:

(at least)

sub 1:55 800m

sub 4:00 1500m

sub 15:00 5000m

Long-Term Running Goals:

(will update once I have a more solid grasp on my fitness)


Presidential scholar majoring in chemical engineering @UA. When I graduate in 2021 I hope to receive the Rhodes scholarship, which amounts to me going to get my masters degree at Oxford.  


Oh, and I'm sore 24/7

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 3.00 Month: 60.00 Year: 137.00
New Balance MD500v2 Lifetime Miles: 31.70
Nike Wildhorse 2 Lifetime Miles: 206.25
Barefoot Lifetime Miles: 53.00
Pegasus 32 Gray Lifetime Miles: 823.50
Streak LT 2 White Lifetime Miles: 267.55
Lunaracer 3+ Orange Lifetime Miles: 566.65
NB Zante Lifetime Miles: 499.80
Saucony Type A6 Lifetime Miles: 192.60
Fast Lifetime Miles: 376.60
Nike Zoom Structure 18 Lifetime Miles: 557.30
Victory Elites (Cobalt) Lifetime Miles: 55.35
Nike Elite 8 (Tangerine) Lifetime Miles: 336.25
NB Zante(white) Lifetime Miles: 359.70
Nike Vomero 10 Pink Lifetime Miles: 271.25
OG Vic Lifetime Miles: 13.50
Bama Pegasus 33 Lifetime Miles: 771.00
Total Distance

Knee pain has all but completely subsided. I've had to do a lot of walking these past few days so I'm counting it as mileage, a silver lining is I was able to study harder than I ever have(over 10 hours of straight studying Tuesday and Wednesday) for a Calc 3 test. The test was pretty hard, I finished with moments left and I was the fourth person to finish it out of 40-odd honors students, so definitely a suffer-fest for the masses. While the past couple days surely helped, I was very tired going into the test(thank God for coffee. Probably had a gallon of black coffee in the last 60 hours- I've literally moved my coffee machine, grounds, Sugar in the Raw, and gallon jugs of water into my room so I can brew while studying), and I wouldn't have had to study that much(I was being thorough) if I had gone to class more often, up until a week ago I very rarely went and only considered "studying" completing homework, and since I was getting A's on them I considered it good enough. Luckily I've reevaluated those habits. I ran yesterday before class, and my knee was a bit uncomfortable once I started but was only a slight annoyance by the time I finished. Decided to keep not running until the pain is totally gone though, so I'd imagine Saturday I'll be good to go. 

Bama Pegasus 33 Miles: 4.00
Weight: 0.00
From Eugene on Sun, Oct 22, 2017 at 22:05:07 from

Right now it's multivariable calculus. One day it's just x and y in a problem, the next it's x,y, z, and they represent functions of f, r, s, and t! Luckily I love math, Physics I don't particularly enjoy and my professor is just awful, and if it weren't for me getting a sub par grade because I never went to Chem 1 last year, I'd have a 4.0 which is pretty irritating.

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