15 August 2009

Java Jog

The Java Jog was fun; however I never jogged. I didn't do as well as I thought I would, even after not running since Wednesday (thought I'd be well rested) thought wrong.

On 2 Aug 09 I ran this distance in close to the same time after running 7 miles and 11 miles the day before. So much for resting.

If I would've kept the pace from my first mile it would've been a strong run. Did I mention that two little kids passed me. This gave me the impression I was running slow until I looked at my GPS. When they passed me I was running a 6:48mm. For a couple kids that looked about 12yr's old or younger they are strong runners or had wheels in their shoes? I highly doubt they had wheels they were running like someone from the IRS was behind them!

Click on the image bellow for the 2009 Java Jog Results:




Activity
Route:--Elev. Avg:857 ft
Location:Stoughton, WIElev. Gain:+0 ft
Date:08/15/09Up/Downhill: [+131/-131]
Time:09:00 AMDifficulty:1.8 / 5.0

Weather:Fair with Haze

74 F temp; 71% humidity

74 F heat index; winds S 9
Performance

Distance: 3.14 miles

Time:0:23:03
Speed:8.2 mph

Pace:7' 20 /mi

Calories:461

Map
Elevation (ft)
Pace (min/mile)
Splits
MilePace (min/mile)Speed (mph)Elevation
Gain
actual+/- avgactual+/- avg
16' 42-0' 388.9+0.8+19 ft
27' 49+0' 297.7-0.5-6 ft
37' 42+0' 227.8-0.4-14 ft
end5' 35-1' 4510.7+2.50 ft
Versus average of 7' 20 min/mile

2 comments:

Fred said...

"In running, it doesn't matter whether you come in first, in the middle of the pack, or last. You can say, 'I have finished.' There is a lot of satisfaction in that."
-Fred Lebow, New York City Marathon co-founder

Splinter Cell said...

You've got to have goals Fred; my goal was to finish in less than 21 minutes. it's not enough for me to just finish a run around the block!

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