My Personal Records

*All on certified courses

Mile4:59 3/15/15 Encinitas Road Mile

5k- 16:59 Carlsbad 5000 4/1/12 First place age in the citizens’ race.

10k- 34:54- Phoenix 10k 11/6/11 First Place Female

10 mile- 57:56  USA 10 mile championships @ Twin Cities 10/2/12  (56:30 @ Houston Half Marathon Championships 1/19/2014)

15k- (en route)  52:43 USA Half Marathon Championships 1/19/2014 Houston,  53:06- Mountain to Fountain 15k 2014

Half Marathon- 1:14:19-chip 1:14:22 -gun USA Half Marathon Championships 1/19/2014 Houston

25k- 1:32:37 USA 25k championships Fifth Third Riverbank Run May 2011

Marathon- 2:35:20 USA Marathon Championships 10/5/14- 4th place

17 Comments

  1. Huge break thru race Ariana. To top it off you ran a 2 minute negative split. There is more in that tank of yours. Next goal>>>sub 2:35 at the trials. Don’t ever underestimate the power of the mighty buffaloe. Celebrate, you deserve it. Pretty good take on the prize money side as well. Good luck in the future.

  2. Thanks Don!!!!!!!!!!!!! The mighty buffalo has worked its magic! 🙂 Thanks for all of your advice in the nutrition. You are the best!!!

  3. Hi, Ariana. I’ve been following your blog since Daily Mile and just saw your results from Grandma’s. Wow…WOW!!! Congratulations on a killer race! All your hard work is really paying off. Amazing!

  4. I know you were hoping for and are capable of better, but the PR is a good sign! Driving the course would have been good and you definitely have the right perspective about everything else. I have just one question though–under your PR’s, it says 2:37…29…what’s up with that??? :>)

  5. Thanks JT! I know that you understand what I am going through. The 2:37:29 was gun time! 2:37:28 chip. 🙂 We are going for chip…right? 🙂

  6. Hi Ariana-
    You are so inspirational! I first heard about you when you were my best friend’s son’s teacher in Arizona (he is now in 5th grade!). I am a marathoner as well and hoping to break the three hour mark (PR is 3:03 from two years ago- injury sidelined me for a while, but I am back). Any advice on how to make that breakthrough as I prepare for Napa? Would love to hear how you took your running to the next level. Thanks!

  7. Hi Amy! Feel free to email me – I would love to offer some advice! I am also curious as to whom the kiddo is! I miss my firsties! 🙂

  8. I just found your blog and am so Inspired and excited to follow along – I just hit my big goal of breaking 3 hours, with a 2:57:57 and am fired up to step up the training this year!! Congrats on all of your achievements, hopefully I can learn some tips from reading about your running and racing:) I can dream of being so speedy!

  9. Even though you didn’t PR at the Olympics I think you have to put it on the list of personal records. Truly inspiring!

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