Grant Holmes

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Hometown: Montezuma, KS
Current Residence: Lawrence, KS
High School: South Gray High School
• 2004, 2005, 2007 1A Men’s State Champion (XC)
• 2006 1A Men’s State Runner-Up (XC)
• 2008 1A Men’s State Runner-Up (Track)
• 2007 All-Area, All-Regional, All-State, Academic All-State (XC)
• 2008 All-Area, All-Regional, All-State, Academic All-State (Track)
• School Record Holder 4×800 (8:02) 2008
College: University of Kansas (2008-2011)
University of Kansas School of Pharmacy (2011-Present)
Occupation: University of Kansas Student (2008-Present)
Wal-Mart Pharmacy Intern (2011-Present)
 
Personal Bests
400m – 49.63 (2008)
800m – 2:00.05 (2008)
1 Mile – 4:15 (2012)
5K – 14:58 (2013)
5K Trail – 19:04 (2012) – Course Record
5 Mile – 27:03 (2013)
10K – 33:09 (2013)
10K Trail – 41:16 (2012) – Course Record
10 Mile Trail: 57:48 (2011) – Course Record
Half-Marathon – 1:06:21 (2011)
Half-Marathon Trail – 1:42:55 (2013) – Course Record
Marathon – 2:32:02 (2011) – Course Record
Marathon Trail – 3:02:31 (2012)
50K Trail –  3:50:45 (2012) – Course Record
 
After a relatively successful running career in high school, I thought my running days would remain there. It took all of three months in college to realize I missed running, and I fell back in love with it ever since. I steadily increased my distance and training intensity from a 5K every other weekend, to consistent 100+ mile weeks with races almost every weekend. I plan to improve my times across a number of distances, with the eventual goal of running in the Olympic Trials.