SPORT: MARATHONER AND ULTRARUNNER
When I’m not training or competing, I love to: read and train my border collie, Super Bee, for agility.
Something that very few people know about me is: I have competed with my dogs (confirmation, agility, etc) since I was little.
A good title for my autobiography would be: A Hill of A Good Time
What first inspired you to push your potential? My desire to see if I could keep improving
My favorite athletic moment or achievement to date is: My 6th place at NCAA Cross Country Championships
The worst moment I’ve ever experienced in a race is: Entering into a race injured or unfit and knowing I'm not racing to my potential
The event on my bucket list is: Making a USA World Team, mainly for marathon.
My pre-race superstition is: I don't really have one, but I usually have a routine that tends to evolve and change. I try to be adaptable to the circumstances.
Nathan helps me run stronger and run longer by: Making carrying my nutrition sources comfortable and lightweight.