Races

Here are highlights from some of the many races I’ve done since my first-ever race in 2005. If I blogged about the race, I included a link to it. Happy running! 

St. Leo’s 10K March 2013 – I took first in my age group and was the 6th female overall! 
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Hulk Trail Challenge March 2013
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The Hulk Trail was probably the hardest course I’ve ever run, but I took 2nd overall for females and 1st in my age group. I was so dang proud. The best part was when they called my name for winners and as I walked to retrieve my prize, I heard someone whisper to a friend, “She’s so small.” haha!

Mistletoe Half Marathon December 2012 - I PR’d with a time of 1:42:41, average pace 7:50 min/mile.
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Thanksgiving Day 2012 Turkey Strut – I PR’d with a time of 21:27, average pace 6:55 and took first in my age division.

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Savannah Rock n Roll Half Marathon November 2011 – I PRd at this race! 1:43:17, average pace 7:53.
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Vernal, Utah Hear Us Roar 5K October 2012 - I took 3rd place overall and took 1st for females!
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Moab Canyonlands Half Marathon March 2012

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My sister-in-law brought temporary tattoos for the runners in my family to wear. :)

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Brews & Boos 5K October 2011
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Blue Ridge Relay September 2011 

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Washington DC Cherry Blossom 10 Miler April 2012 

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Lillie’s Friends 5K May 2011I PR’d! 22:30

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2010 Mistletoe Half Marathon: Overall time – 2:01, 9:15 pace
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2009 Ridge to Bridge Marathon: Overall time – 4:06:57 (4th in age division – it was a small race Smile), 9:25 paceR2B teri finishing 2

2008 Draper Days 5K: Overall time – 24:58, 8:03 pace (I was 1st in my age division! My mom placed her in age division too!)

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2008 Arts Festival 5K

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2008 Moab Half Marathon: Overall time – 1:57, 8:58 pace

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My mom ran too!
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2007 Beat the New Year 5K: Overall time – 25:56, 8:21 pace. Coldest race I’ve EVER run. I couldn’t even move my face to smile for pictures!Beat the New Year

2007 Salt Lake City Half Marathon: Overall time – 2:02, 9:21 paceSLC 07IT band issues plagued me…I finished but hobbling and nearly in tears.

2007 Wasatch Back Ragnar Relay
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(Team Sexy Back with many of the same folks from 2006)
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2007 Provo River Trail Half Marathon – I can’t find pictures. I probably deleted them trying to block this race out. I had to walk about 5 miles of the race and was in tears from IT band pain. I should have just taken a DNF.

2007 Oklahoma City Turkey Trot 8K: Overall time – 41:19, 8:19 pace

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2006 Wasatch Back Ragnar RelayThis was the 2nd ever Ragnar Race. One of my professors in college was involved in starting the race so we got to run the race before it was a huge, nationwide series

2005 Moab Half Marathon: Overall time – 1:57,  8:58 pace - first ever race! 


11 comments // by Teri [a foodie stays fit]



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1 Katie @ Shared Bites 01/07/2011 at 11:44 am

This is wonderful! It must be great to chronicle everything and see your running progress. Good luck in future races!

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2 Bess @ Bess Be Fit 03/02/2011 at 3:58 pm

OMG I ran the mistletoe half in 2010 too and I’m not even kidding, I think you were right in front of me for some of the race! I think I remember you :) Not being creepy, haha… I finished just under 2 hours so I bet we were right by each other the whole time!! I went to Wake and graduated last May so I went back to run that half in Winston. I only live in Durham about an hour away so it wasn’t a far trip!

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3 Teri 03/02/2011 at 9:27 pm

oh my gosh, seriously??? that is so cool! How funny!

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4 Stephanie 03/09/2011 at 11:30 am

Hey Teri!!
Love your blog and goals! I am like you… a foodie trying to be healthy! As I live in Milan quite far away from family and friends (they live in Belgium and Holland), I started this international cooking club! If you feel like sharing some of your knowledge… have a look!
As for my runnin – I have a question, I am at the point of running 7k quite easily now. My first 10k race is in 3 weeks but I’m sick at home with a bad cold and fever. You think I will be ready for the 10k by the 27th of March?? Any tips on how to recover and run again and how to prepare for it??
THANKS
Baci from Milan
Stephanie´s last blog post ..Healthy Apple Cinnamon Muffins

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5 Teri 03/09/2011 at 9:36 pm

Hi Stephanie!

I would rest up and when you’re feeling better, do a mid-length run (maybe 5-6K) and then perhaps a few days later, go out for a run anywhere from 7-9K. Don’t push it too hard, just focus on the being out there for the distance. Then race up (taper) before the 10K. Just listen to your body!

Good luck, let me know how it goes!

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6 Kelly 03/21/2011 at 12:56 pm

I loved this! Seeing your races in pictures is so much more fun than just seeing a time! :)

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7 Kiah 08/06/2011 at 11:40 am

This is so fun! It must be great to be able to look back at your different races. I was just in UT for a month–the plan was to run the Hobble Creek 1/2 marathon, but I got sick and ended up running the Fairview 5k Fun Run instead. HC sounded great for a first 1/2 marathon…it has a lot of downhills (-:

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8 Charlie 10/10/2011 at 11:24 am

Hi, Ive just started reading your blog and am really enjoying it. I see from this post that you have suffered from ITB problems, I had to pull out of a marathon last year about 3 weeks before after suffering with ITB issues. Just wondering if you have any stretches, exercises, tips to strengthen it! How did you find running/training after your problems? I have just started running again, after way too long a break, and I am really nervous about it! Thanks. x

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9 Jill 03/25/2012 at 10:36 am

Hi, I just found your blog and am loving it. I see that you live in NC. I am going to Albemarle to run a race there April 13. I might die because I live in flat FL and the race is up a mountain, but it should be a really unique race. It’s called the Moonlight half marathon and movie if you are looking for anything new for your race calendar.

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10 Jen 01/25/2013 at 3:37 pm

I live in Utah and have done several of the races you have done. I will be doing the wastatch back ragnar for the 3rd yime this June and I’m so excited. Its fun to randomly come across a fun blog from someone who is also from Utah.

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11 Teri [a foodie stays fit] 01/25/2013 at 5:05 pm

I love connecting with people from back home! Wasatch Back Ragner is so fun! I’ll probably be out in 2014 for the Moab Half again but I don’t think I’ll make any races in 2013. My Utah trips this year are in the dead of summer and dead of winter. :)

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