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BYU Autumn Classic

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Location:

Ogden,Ut,

Member Since:

Jan 15, 2015

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

World Class

Running Accomplishments:

Received a scholarship to run in college 

3rd place at State XC senior year 

Footlocker Nationals Qualifier 

PR's

800- 1:57.85 (Region IV)

1600- 4:21.03 (State) 

3200- 9:07.59 (Arcadia Invite) 

5k- 15:20 (Nike Southwest)

 

Short-Term Running Goals:

Travel during XC season

Qualify for XC Nationals

Break the Weber State Freshman record in the 5k (14:36) and 10k (30:06)

Long-Term Running Goals:

Leave a legacy/ Help Weber become a school that is competitive on the national stage.

Break 4 minutes in the mile

Weber Top 10 in 1500 - 10k  

NCAA All-American in the 10K and Cross Country

 

Personal:

I grew up in Lehi, Utah where I ran for Lehi High School and made many incredible memories. In the summer of 2018 I returned home from a LDS mission in Paris, France and am now a student athlete at Weber State University #weareweber  

Follow me on instagram @connor_baller

 

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 16.49 Month: 104.53 Year: 939.39
Barefoot Lifetime Miles: 100.40
Pegasus 34 Gray Lifetime Miles: 104.08
Pegasus 35 White Lifetime Miles: 341.98
NB 880v9 Lifetime Miles: 200.60
GT-2k 7 Lifetime Miles: 161.52
Adios 4 Lifetime Miles: 70.82
Race: BYU Autumn Classic (4.45 Miles) 00:23:07
Total Distance
9.40

BYU Autumn Classic. Even tho this was a down week in mileage as we are preparing for a strong training block these next three weeks leading up to Notre Dame, my legs had felt heavy all week. Friday, Saturday, and Monday took a toll on them. And then I went out too hard the first mile and paid the price for it. Shortly after the first mile I knew it was gonna be long day. I ended up averaging about the same mile pace that I wanted going into it, but I wasn’t able to stay with the other Weber guys and faded most of the race. Now my focus turns to these next couple weeks and getting some good workouts. 

Comments
From Eugene on Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 10:47:56 from 174.223.2.232

nice job my boy, this is only the beginning of the rise of the april boys

From Connor Baller on Mon, Sep 16, 2019 at 13:48:15 from 137.190.128.127

They wont even know what hit them

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