Lawrenceville CVC Batch Meet 1-7-09

Race

4*8

 

 

 

 
Name

200

400

600

800

 
Mancuso

30

60

1:31

2:03.3

 
Schoepfer

29

60

1:33

2:07

 
Foy

30

62

1:34

2:08

 
Wallack

29

62

1:39

2:15

8:33

 

 

 

 

 

 
Name

200

400

600

800

 
Sean Fergs

31

66

1:42

2:17

 
Maeda

30

65

1:38

2:14

 
Buchbinder

29

64

1:40

2:20

 
McKee

30

65

1:42

2:19

 
 

 

 

 

 

 
SMR

 

 

 

 

 
Name

200

400

600

800

 
Schmitty

30

62

1:36

2:12

 
 

 

 

 

 

 
Name

200

400

600

800

 
Kalder

33

70

1:49

2:32

 
Becky

36

73

1:51

2:31

 
Gabi

34

71

1:50

2:26

 
Shelby

36

76

1:58

2:37

10:07

 

 

 

 

 

 
Name

200

400

600

800

 
Heather

37

76

2:00

2:42

 
Tingy

34

74

1:57

2:41

 
Sahana

37

76

1:56

2:38

 
Jalder

36

81

2:05

2:44

 
 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 
Name

400

  Name

400

 
Navan

56

  Nick

56

 
Prieto

57

  Foy

58

 
Rieman

52.8

  Wallack

59

 
Schoepfs

54.3

  Mancuso

55

 

Dudes-

Mancuso- 800 was nice- you’re last 3 laps were great- an investment in your first 200 will get you under 2 indoors which will set you up nicely for a great mile and 3200. You looked fit and fast and lets not remember you’re workout on Monday following a 15 miler on Saturday- day by day and workout by workout your fitness and confidence improves- you’re getting there. Get ready for a good one this Saturday.

Schmitty- a little tentative in the 800- again- don’t take the pain personally- you don’t want to be a poet out there- accept it as part of the race and fight through it- just like you did in the 400- you use the mentality you used in the 400 every race you’ll reach any goal you set for yourself. Get out with the good guys and relax this weekend- lets get under 4:40.

Foy- you’re a good runner- a great runner even- if you want to become a great athlete you need to take care of the little things- a good workout run, and especially a race has to be more important than the obvious rewards of a scrumptious cheesesteak- I want you under 4:30 this weekend- come back and be aggressive in the 800- at this point in your high school career you need to embrace each race as a competitive and aggressive search for self- get out there and run after your capabilities.  What do you want to be remembered by?  Cheesesteaks and 2:08’s?? Heck no- that’s not the Kevin Foy I want to remember.

Schoepfer- as we go on you’ll learn to pace yourself to run great times solo- just keep doing what you’re doing and it’ll start really clicking- lets make sure everyone knows who you are when this season’s over.

Doug- Got out well in the 800. perhaps a little top heavy- you were floating forward a bit too much.  Other than that you looked smooth and in control the first half of the race.  The last two you let the difficulty get to you- it’s a matter of getting through it- not letting it get through to you. Fight it tooth and nail! By the end of this season I want you to become someone to fear in the last lap.

McKee- Just a speed workout to get your sharper for out 3200’s coming up- I though you raced aggressively- nice work- lets concentrate on the little stuff in prep for some great 3200’s.

Maeda- two tough races- you did very well in the 800- showed some guts and strength- you weren’t afraid to mix it up- keep these themes in mind and we’ll get under 2:05 tyhis year which would be great for a frosh!!!

Buchbinder- very aggressive race- your finish time doesn’t do your race justice- you went after it and suffered a little in the last 20% of your race- continue to go after and you’ll suffer later and later with each race- great work- lets work towards those goals we discussed!!!

Sean Fergs- strong race- lets prepare for race day a little better- jeans to a meet spells out “not really taking competition too seriously” which I know isn’t your mindset. The mental game is dictated by your physical actions- prepare to do your best and you’ll race your best.  Admirable effort.  Great start to our season goals.

Ladies-

Kalder- keep racing like that and you’ll one day run 2:20 or under- you really went after it !

Becky- great job- way to fight that last lap- with increased fitness and time spent at pace you”’ run significantly faster- lets work on getting to the 400 in about 70.  If you can do that then you’ll be able to tap into your tow path strength.

Gabi- great race- keep running aggressively.

Shelby- you’re tough and in great shape- just know it- relax and it’ll come out in your races.  Keep preparing as well as you’re doing and you’ll run way under 2:20 / 5:10 this year- start to believe it upstairs.

Heather- you have to get out better- we’ll start working on this in practice more- the better you get out the more likely you are to run with the good competition- which is where you belong.  Get out stay out and show some gets at the end!!! You’re working yourself into some great shape!!!

Tingy- great work- this speed will come back to help you a great deal once your 3200’s start. Good aggressive race. Your maturity is really showing.

Sahana- have faith in your gift- a truly great person embraces their talents- have fun with racing but test your limits- don’t be scared to mess up- I know you want to do well- have the courage to let that out in your competition and you’ll do incredible things!!! Competition is about testing yourself first- once your able to push yourself to your limits than you’re more likely to test yourself against others.

Jalder- you’re doing great! Keep having fun and competing hard-you’re really shifting into high gear!

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