Ethan Cannon

Farm Team Time Trial

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Location:

Medford,OR,USA

Member Since:

Aug 07, 2014

Gender:

Male

Goal Type:

NCAA Champ

Running Accomplishments:

High School:

I broke Alan Webb's HS mile record with a... well, if anyone is actually reading this, I guess I'll be honest:

XC 5K: 15:57

1500: 4:04.55

800: 2:01.05

400: 53.07

College 

5000: 14:23.1 (Mike Fanelli Invite 2019)

Indoor 3000: 8:21 (@ Weber State indoor Track converted from 8:39.28)

Mile: 4:13.9 (converted from 4:18.99 at altitude)

Road race 10000: 31:46 (alt)

800: 1:55.6@ (solo time trial at Provo high school)

400: 51.84h

 

Short-Term Running Goals:

-Be really fit by early September and make the team even though I’m getting married in August. 

-Not burn out early in the season 

-Be On the team that wins nationals 

Long-Term Running Goals:

I want to continue running as long as possible. I don't feel a need to run marathons; I would rather simply be able to run 5Ks and 10Ks for much of my adult life and at least get in a few miles until I'm pretty old.

Personal:

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I served a mission in Rome, Italy from 2015 to 2017. I like chocolate shakes.

Miles:This week: 22.50 Month: 158.00 Year: 2993.25
Adi-zero Tempo 9 Lifetime Miles: 225.00
Saucony Ride 10 GreyB Lifetime Miles: 608.25
Saucony Ride 10 BlackB Lifetime Miles: 609.25
Saucony Ride 10 Galaxy Lifetime Miles: 434.75
Nike Pegasus 36 Lifetime Miles: 210.50
Race: Farm Team Time Trial (0.5 Miles) 00:01:55, Place overall: 1
Total Distance
8.50

And that's a wrap to the season. Ran a 1:55.6 in the 800 at our time trial. Went through halfway in 55. I was bummed to see that only converted to a 1:55.1 at sea level. With competition and a better track maybe I have a 1:53 in me but probably no faster than that. Now it's time for XC TRAINING!!!!!! I'm kind of excited because even though your improvement is still out of your hands, I feel like there is more you can do to influence how good you will be in distance running than in mile/800 stuff. I don't think I will be breaking 1:47 anytime soon, but running a 13:45 5K next year? I can see that. 

Saucony Ride 10 GreyB Miles: 8.00
Weight: 0.00
Comments
From Eva Splaine on Sat, May 04, 2019 at 13:36:52 from 108.61.201.170

Congratulations on a GREAT season. I have really enjoyed following your progress this year. You are a SUPER runner.

Your hard work and dedication is really paying off.

From Sasha Pachev on Fri, Jun 14, 2019 at 17:38:39 from 72.250.218.114

My formula for the marathon cap is 800 PR + 12 seconds, then covert to hours and minutes - e.g 1:55 + 0:12 = 2:07. So let's assume you are actually more of a 5,000 guy, so we will add another 5 minutes to your 2:07 marathon cap - that is still 2:12. The discouraging thing is that the cap imposed by a slow 800 PR is something I do not know how to overcome - except do something to improve the 800 PR. However, once you have pushed that cap to some respectable range, there is hope - you can run mileage, eat better diet, get better sleep, do specific tempo workouts, and just be patient - and your marathon PR will start to move in the right direction with the possibility of getting close to the theoretical cap.

From Ethan Cannon on Wed, Jun 19, 2019 at 20:40:27 from 66.219.250.190

Interesting @SashaPachev. Of course, the best thing I can do for my marathon time is train for a marathon of course. But any of the top guys in the world in the 5K can easily do a sub 50 400 whenever.

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