Pacer Sarah

Where are you from?

Lowell Indiana

Current P.R.

3:29:32

Typical pace

8:00

Number of marathons

2

Occupation

Health Promotion Specialist

Favorite marathon

Nationals

Hobbies

Outside of running, I enjoy my family, going on adventures

Favorite Running Food

Chicken

What are you reading now?

Born to run

Who do you train with?

Myself

Personal goals

I want to qualify for New York city

 

 

A quotation you like…

 

Run Forrest Run

Why do you run?

 

I enjoy going out and taking time away from my day to clear my mind. This sport for me has never been a “job” for me. Allowing myself to achieve personal goals and reach limits some people never expected me to reach. It just gives me some kind of feeling to continue running.

Describe your best marathon memory.

 

My best marathon memory is always the training process leading up to race day. It always seems I am never in shape and just feel sluggish but going out and then racing it you realize a whole different sense of how trained you are. I have had many accidents along my training process such as bathroom stops, shoe laces being lose. Just the overall running experience.

Why do you pace?

 

I love going out and helping individuals achieve certain goals that they have. Life is not all about self achievements for me, I want to help people and allow them to take my experience and make it one of there own.

Tell us your best pacing experience.

 

Training with a team for the last 8 years has shown me what pacing is all about. We have so many different individuals who train and pace at different levels. I was always the one keeping these individuals in line and allowing them to pace off me and go the exact speed it was for our workout or race day goals.

Why should someone run in your pace group?

 

I am willing to help an individual achieve a goal no matter what it takes.  I see a life full of athletes it just takes someone to help along the way to reach these goals.

Any tips for runners about to join your group?

 

I am ready to talk whenever or give race tips along the way.  Just trust the process along the way and we will achieve goals.

Anything else you’d like to share?

I have had many failures within my time as an athlete and it has made me who I am today. The start of my college career I was anemic and it took a huge toll on my body. But once everything got figured out and Iron supplements became my life for some time, I ended up coming back around and working hard to achieve my goals reaching Nationals in the marathon

 


 

 

 

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