Pacer Audrey

Where are you from?

Shaker Heights, OH

Current P.R.


Typical pace

7:30 min/mile

Number of marathons



Consultant, Data Science and Analytics

Favorite marathon



Running, Reading, Hiking, Traveling

Favorite Running Food

Clif blocks

What are you reading now?

A Moveable Feast

Who do you train with?


Personal goals

Beat my dad’s marathon PR (3:15), complete all 6 major marathons



A quotation you like…

“I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul” – William Ernest Henley


Why do you run?


Running is such a wonderful way to get out and explore, spend time with friends, and meet new people! Running has brought some of my favorite people into my life, and I love that it is an easy way to form great connections. Plus, nothing truly beats a post-run chocolate milk… except maybe a finish line beer!

Describe your best marathon memory.


Boston 2023; my first Boston Marathon. The rain was torrential, yet the entire course was completely lined with spectators. As I came past BC and into the last few miles of the race, I realized that I was going to hit a PR. Entering Boston, seeing friends and family, and just soaking up the energy of the crowd was completely electric. It was a perfect culmination to many long months of training, and one of the times that I have felt most proud to be a runner.

Why do you pace?


Although I’m only just getting into pacing, I’ve seen how helpful it can be to have someone guide you through a race. To bring that to other people is an incredible thing.

Why should someone run in your pace group?


We are going to have a shared understanding that running is hard but, together, we can do hard things! I consider myself to be a very flexible runner (mentally…not physically lol), so if you want someone that will adapt to your emotional needs during a race, I can be your gal.  

Any tips for runners about to join your group?


Fuel is your friend! The best thing you can do for your body during a race is fuel it, so make sure you are eating/drinking early and often. It’s important to know what works for you and your body inorder to stay happy and safe during a race.

Anything else you’d like to share?

Running is awesome J



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