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Congrats to Na’eem Conway for getting his first BQ with a 10-minute PR at Mt. Charleston. Na’eem trains with the NY Flyers, our local training group in NYC. He’s been steadily improving since he started with us back in 2015. Look at the progression of his PRs and VDOT score (Note: before Delaware his PR was 3:35:05):
Jonathan Giles has showed consistent progress since he started training with us back in 2015. Below he shares how working with a coach allowed him to step up his game. He and coach Jay Bawcom are targeting the Brooklyn Half next week.
Greg and Sara Gilliam took home two PRs and two BQs from the Mt. Charleston Marathon.
Thank you Run SMART! I finally beat my 2009 marathon PR by over 9-minutes! I loved this plan and the results showed. My husband also PR’d and BQ’d using his second Run SMART plan. We are ecstatic and can’t wait for Boston 2019! – Sara
Judy Dore of Saratoga Springs set a 3-min PR at the Boston Marathon despite hurricane-like conditions. Her official time was 3:47:45, qualifying her for next year’s race as well. [Full Results]
Gabe Henneberger (pictured on the inside) of Enterprise High School in Alabama has made incredible progress the last several years while following our training plans. He recently finished 6th at the Alabama State Meet in the 3200m. His official time of 9:36 (66.7 VDOT) was a new PR. [Full Results]
“I really like the fact that I’m training with a purpose. I have really enjoyed using the program. Looking at my progression this past season has given me a great boost of confidence in my capabilities.”
This is the third time Ann has qualified for the Marathon Olympic Trials, but first since having three kids. 😉 She finished 7th overall at the Olympic Trials her first time around back in 2008.
Cory Benson ran her fastest Boston Marathon ever finishing 7th in her age group. Her official time was 3:39:53. [Full Results] Afterwards, she discussed her keys to success:
First of all – this plan was AMAZING. Truly. I only missed a few here and there but I hit pretty much every key workout and every week I would just keep getting stronger and stronger. This was also just under 12 minutes faster than my qualifying time and I moved from 13098 ranking to 3218. Hah! So, THANK YOU!!!!