Friday, June 25, 2010

Mt Washington - mileage vs. finish time

Year--- Mt W----- Miles---- Avg----- DO-- Notes

1988 --- 1:00:50 --- 2,295 --- 12.68 --- 5

1989 --- 1:02:58 --- 2,359 --- 13.03 --- 1

1990 --- 1:01:37 --- 2,326 --- 12.85 --- 7

1991 --- 1:02:07 --- 2,316 --- 12.80 --- 0

1992 --- 1:03:18 --- 2,571 --- 14.20 --- 0

1993 --- 1:00:44 --- 2,210 --- 12.21 --- 0
1994 --- 1:03:22 --- 1,665 --- 9.20 --- 29 No missed days after Feb 8.

1995 --- 1:03:20 --- 2,432 --- 13.44 --- 3

1996 --- 1:02:24 --- 2,323 --- 12.83 --- 0

1997 --- Injured --- 1,602 --- 8.85 --- 42 Injured from April-Nov.

1998 --- 1:03:38 --- 1,147 --- 6.34 --- 45 Most DO from Feb/Mar

1999 --- 1:00:37 --- 2,252 --- 12.44 --- 4

2000 --- 1:02:48 --- 1,989 --- 10.99 --- 13

2001 --- 1:04:20 --- 2,611 --- 14.43 --- 5 Highest mileage, Ultra training

2002 --- 28:27 --- 2,206 --- 12.19 --- 6 Half-way race

2003 --- 1:06:18 --- 1,440 --- 7.96 --- 11

2004 --- Injured --- 1,471 --- 8.13 --- 37 Injured after Wachusett Mtn

2005 --- 1:10:37 --- 1,124 --- 6.21 --- 29 Most DO from January

2006 --- 1:09:30 --- 1,783 --- 9.85 --- 6

2007 --- 1:10:40 --- 1,632 --- 9.02 --- 11

2008 --- 1:09:08 --- 2,198 --- 12.14 --- 3

2009 --- 1:09:22 --- 1,982 --- 10.95 --- 1

2010 --- 1:12:00 --- 982 --- 5.43 --- 50 34 days off then 5 weeks running prior to Mt W

Notes:
Mt W = My time at the race in that year
Miles = total miles run from Jan 1 - June 30
Avg = Avg distance per day
DO = total days off from Jan 1 - June 30

3 comments:

Diana said...

So, the more miles you do, the faster you run! Here is a graph: Dave's times vs. mileage.

double-d said...

Thanks! That is exactly the type of graph I was looking to make!!!

JenRunner said...

Great photo! Could only have been made better with inclusion of Little Dave.