Pacer Eve

Where are you from?

Port Saint Lucie, FL

Current P.R.

1:29:50 (half)

3:09:50 (marathon)

Typical pace

Sub 7 (race/workouts), 8:30-9:30 (easy runs)

Number of marathons




Favorite marathon



Running, Lifting, Walking my dogs, spending time on the water

Favorite Running Food

Before a run – bagels

Night before a race - pizza

What are you reading now?

Never Finished – David Goggins

Who do you train with?

No runners currently, but sometimes my boyfriend bikes with me on my long runs

Personal goals

Run sub 3 marathon



A quotation you like…

It ain’t over till it’s over.


Why do you run?


I love the way running makes me feel and consistently pushing myself to level up and achieve new goals, whether it be running more miles than the last week or hitting PRs.

Describe your best marathon memory.


During CIM last December, I was starting to hurt pretty early (around mile 11) and I remember telling myself to smile at every dog. By mile 25, I was hurting really bad but knew quitting was absolutely not an option. I told myself to smile and count every dog I saw, and before I knew it I was at the finish and hit a PR! There were so many cute pups out there and this silly trick really helped me get through the toughest parts of that marathon.

Why do you pace?


I think it’s an amazing way to help people reach their goals and to get to know local runners! I have used pacers in the past to achieve my goal time and they are so helpful.

Tell us your best pacing experience.



Why should someone run in your pace group?


We will have tons of fun and hit some PRs!!

Any tips for runners about to join your group?


Keep a good attitude, don’t give in to the pain, and never give up on yourself!

Anything else you’d like to share?

Go Bills!!


What philanthropic activities do you have?

Dog shelters, tutoring math at local high schools



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