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Location:

Washington,UT,USA

Member Since:

Dec 29, 2016

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

Highschool Champ

Running Accomplishments:

14th in 3A Utah State Cross Country Meet in 2015
6th in 3200m in 3A Utah State Track in 2016
5th in 3A Utah State Cross Country Meet in 2016
9th in 3A Utah State Track 1600m in 2017
4th in 3A Utah State Track 3200m in 2017
 
9:28 3200m
 
4:31 1600m
 
2:06 800m

Short-Term Running Goals:

Run a 4:30 1600m

Run a 4:25 1600m

Run a 4:20 1600m

 

Run a 9:40 3200m

Run a 9:35 3200m

Run a 9:30 3200m

Run a 9:25 3200m

Run a 9:20 3200m

 

Win 3200m at Utah State track

Win Cross Country State Championships individually and as a team

Long-Term Running Goals:

Get a good Scholarship and run super good in college

Go to the Olympics 
 
Become a famous Ath-e-lete.

Personal:

My name is Carson Horspool and I like to party. I'm a Junior at Pine View High School in St. George Utah. Not married and don't have any children because I'm only 17 and I make good choices. Love competing and Track and Cross country are perfect examples of competition. 

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 138.00 Year: 1126.40
Saucony Type A Lifetime Miles: 210.70
Adidas Adizero Boston 6 Lifetime Miles: 317.10
Saucony Freedom ISO Lifetime Miles: 161.50
Race: Snow Canyon Invitational (2 Miles) 00:09:58, Place overall: 3, Place in age division: 3
Total Distance
6.10

 

30 minutes + 3200m race

 

​Holy cows. It's been a while since we've actually raced, and you could definitely tell. My goal was about 9:40-9:50, and I thought I was doing pretty good. Each lap, the SC dude with the timer told us our splits, and I don't know what the foof was wrong with him. He told me 1:11, 1:13, 1:13, 1:14, 1:13, 1:12, and I didn't hear the last two. But yeah I finished with a solid 9:58.03 and barely qualified. The lap times he told me should've led to a 9:40 something and I felt as though I was pushing that hard, but apparently not haha. Feel sad for Mitch because he missed state qualifying by .4 seconds, while I got it by .4 seconds.. So that blows. PV invite is next, and instead of over analyzing the race beforehand, I think I'm just gonna go out there and try to run fast.

 

Also, it was a 3200m-not a 2 mile. The race thing is getting mad at me and saying that 1.988 miles is not a certified distance soo...   sorry.

 

Saucony Type A Miles: 6.10
Night Sleep Time: 9.45Nap Time: 0.00Total Sleep Time: 9.45
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