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2014 - Men's Jungle Run results

Jungle Run

August 30, 2014

90's and humid!

5000 meters (*Personal Record; ^Never run before)

 

Boys' Championship Results (9:15pm)

Harrier

Place

Time

2013

Coach Mulligan's Comments

Austin Rooks (jr)

41

17:01*

DNR

Unrealistic expectations lead to dismay

Casey Thompson (so)

46

17:08*

18:21

Good is relative to your paradigm

Quin Meyer (so)

63

17:21

18:11

Reality cannot be understated

Matthew Staehle (so)

79

17:39*

21:15

Truly a path for others to follow

Wesley Ellis (jr)

91

17:46*

18:19

The doctor approved you for contact

Coleman Deans (jr)

115

18:09*

18:18

Making steel takes a lot of pounding

Mitchell Slentz (sr)

120

18:13

DNR

Time is precious but 18 is not

Gap 1-5 = :45

Gap 1-7 = 1:12 (1:09 with Sam's Invitational Time of 18:04)

9th place (30 teams) with 296 points and 17:23 average

 

Boys' Invitational Results (8:00pm)

Sam Terry-Edwards (fr)

41

18:04^

DNR

Out of the darkness came ...

Silas Nuernberger (so)

46

18:50*

19:10

Our best is what it is

Thomas Armacost (so)

79

19:08*

DNR

You've been approved more credit

Alex Chen (so)

63

19:45*

21:26

Problems are guidelines

Justice Scott (jr)

DNF

DNF

DNR

No ... comment

No team finish; need 5 finishers to score

 

Boys' Developmental Results (6:15pm)

Fred Tucker (jr)

42

20:19^

DNR

Continue on this path

Nathan Barrier (fr)

46

20:32^

DNR

Aim highest

Karna Morey (fr)

63

20:45^

DNR

It gets even better

Anthony Board (so)

73

21:09^

DNR

Think lighter

Ednan Ochieng (fr)

108

22:15^

DNR

Attend to the details of racing

11th place (24 teams) with 308 points and 21:00 average

Always Do Your Best. Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance, simply do your best, and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse and regret. - Miguel Angel Ruiz 

The results of our best efforts on the last meet will be far greater than this first one. I believe many had unrealistic expectations going into this race (including myself). The race results are a true indicator of where we are and no guess work is required to know just how fit or unfit we are collectively.

Our success in the future (near and far) is dependent on our desire to improve, persistence throughout the Fall and our commitment to our goals. If we continue to train with purpose and resolve to be better, the times will improve and our team finishes will be better.