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College: College of the Ozarks 
Sponsorships: Brooks Aspire Coaches ID Program, Feetures Brand Socks 

Open PR’s
1500m – 5:43
5k – 17:05
10k – 38:02
Marathon – 2:59

Grand Masters PR’s
800m – 2:49 (National Senior Games, 2013)
1500m – 5:40.85 (CMU Invite, 2013)
5k – 21:23 (2012 Firefighter’s 5k, Jefferson City, MO)
10k – 46:43 (World Masters)

Achievements
NAIA Cross Country National Qualifier (1980, 1981)
NAIA Marathon All-American (1981)
NSGA Senior Olympics 5k W50 National Champion (2011)
NSGA Senior Olympics 10k W50 Silver Medalist (2011)
10th place in W50 10k at WMA World Championships (2011)
2nd place in W50 8k at USATF National  Cross Country Championships (2012)
3rd place in W50 6k at USA Cross Country Championships (2013) 
NSGA Senior Olympics 1500m W50 National Champion (2013)
NSGA Senior Olympics 800m W50 Silver Medalist (2013) 

In late 2008 diagnosed with cancer, took chemo treatments for 9 months, followed by radiation during 2009.  Was able to return to training in the late fall of 2009 then set about getting qualified for the Summer Senior Games in 2010, to qualify for the National Games held in Houston Texas, which was the same site as the NAIA Championships in 1981, where I made all American.

I am hoping to continue getting stronger and improving my times as I gain more experience on the national level.