Friday, January 8, 2010

2009 in Review

Here are some interesting figures I pulled from my Buckeye Outdoors Training Log.  Despite being SO determined to make this my fastest, biggest, brightest running year so far - I actually didn't put up very big numbers compared to 2008.  I can blame a lot of that on my injury, however, because my last run of the year was in the first week of November.

                             2008                          2009
Number of Runs:  158                           165
Average Time:      00:55:20                    01:02:46
Total Time:           107:55:04                  170:31:11
Avgerage Pace:    10:13 min/mile            11:00 min/mile
Avg. Distance:      5.6 Miles                    5.7 miles
Total Distance:     878.1 Miles                929.0 miles

Hopefully I will see a improvments this year in average pace, distance, and total mileage!

9 comments:

mosestt said...

Whoa this is some serious running, well done.

if you want to try higher mileage you could try this thing called the 1000mile challenge - basically you aim to run atleast 1000mile before 23:59 on December 31st 2010.

Happy running

Nicole said...

Hey good idea mosestt! That's a great goal!

Michael said...

Go here for more info on the 1000 mile challenge. The blog is called Tall MomOn The Run. Good general running blog with some creativity. The challenge might be closed, but you can always start your own group! Mike

http://tallmomontherun.blogspot.com/

Jocelyn said...

Great job overall though!So cool to see what the total is for all your runs

Lora said...

Hey, here's to hoping for a better 2010 for you!

Anonymous said...

I can't help but notice there is a spring in your step now that you are cleared to run!

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Susan said...

You sure ran a lot of miles, despite it all. I say GOOD JOB.

BTW, my relatives in BC sent Isaac a Quatchi when he was born. Looks like he'll be quite applicable very, very soon!

DuffRunner said...

You achieved a lot in '09 Nicole. AND you can run and ski now-AND you have the olympics in town. Woohoo!

Anonymous said...

that's an amazing number of runs...! Well done NB xo m