Garrett Daugherty

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Residence: Minneapolis, KS
High School: Minneapolis High School
College: Tabor College

Personal Records:
600m: 1:23.55
800m: 1:51.25
1000m: 2:26.54
1500m: 3:58.06
Mile: 4:18.16
8k: 25:44

About:
I have been running for quite a while. I have experienced a lot of success in sports and out of sports, and I accredit part of this due to the work it takes to be a track student-athlete. I hold many school records at Tabor College during my 4 years there. These include Indoor (1000m, Mile, 4×8) and Outdoors (800m, 1500m, 4×1, 4×4, 4×8). I also graduated from Tabor earning my degree in PE/Health-Teaching with a minor in Coaching. I am looking forward to the journey of teaching at Meade Elementary School that I am starting, and the plan God has ahead for me in teaching and running.

Goals:
My main goal is to try and reach the 2016 Olympic Trials in the 800m. My goal for this season is to break the 1:50 barrier, and then go from there. I also plan to do this all while teaching and coaching, and demonstrating to my students what hard work can do.