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Arizona Road Racer's Open Mile November 16, 2010

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Member Since:

May 12, 2008



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Running Accomplishments:

I started running again in 2007 after 14 years of not running.

Mile - 4:59 (high school 1992), 5:57 (9/21/2010 ARR Open Mile)

2 mile - 11:10 (high school 1992)

5k - 21:54 (11/18/2010 Tempe Road Runners 5k)

10k - 48:29 (5/9/2009 Race for Hospice)

Unofficial 10k - 47:11 (1/27/2011 Red Mountain Park)

1/2 marathon - 1:49:00 (4/4/2009 Havasu Half)

Marathon - 4:33:09 (11/21/2009 Mesquite Marathon)

Short-Term Running Goals:

Run a half marathon in under two hours.

Run a marathon in close to 4 hours.

Long-Term Running Goals:

Stay healthy long enough to live through the millenium.


I am married and have six kids. 

Blog title explanation

Bloggers I've met in real life: 1MileToGo, Aaron Kennard, Andrea North, Arizona Desert Monsoon, auntieem, Bec, Ben, Benjamin, Bonnie, Camille, Cari, Collin Anderson, David Holt, DooneEight Kid Mom, Erico, Flatlander, Gary, Jake Krong, JamesW, Jose, Josse, Julieesplin, JunKelli, Kerri, KP, Kyle Dion, Lightitup, Little Bad Legs, Lybi, Marthon Dreamer, M, Mary Ann Schauerhamer, Misty, Nan, Peds Endo Doc, Rachelle, RADRhett, Riley Cook, Rossy, runningafterbabies, Sasha, Scott Hughes, Scott (Kelli's husband), Scott Wesemann, Slow Joe, Spencer Simpson, Stephen, Steve Piccolo, Susie, The Rookie, Toby, Tracy, Twinkies, TylerS, Walter

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 74.86 Year: 74.86
Mizuno Wave Inspire 7 Lifetime Miles: 802.53
Asics Gel 3030 Lifetime Miles: 204.85
Saucony Hurricane 13 Lifetime Miles: 149.22
Asics Gel DS Trainer 17 Lifetime Miles: 87.49
Mizuno Wave Inspire 9 Lifetime Miles: 800.59
Brooks Ravenna 4 Lifetime Miles: 88.83
Mizuno X10 Trail Lifetime Miles: 105.76
Mizuno Wave Inspire 10 Lifetime Miles: 800.21
Asics Gel Kayano 21 Lifetime Miles: 3.99
Mizuno Wave Inspire 11 (blue) Lifetime Miles: 364.24
New Balance 1260v5 Lifetime Miles: 9.19
Reebok Floatride Lifetime Miles: 8.23
Total Distance
Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 41.82Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 29.42
Weight: 189.83
Total Distance

This morning I had plans on running double digits, but my sister-in-law called and needed help with her homework.  I ended up getting to work at 10am and wishing all day that I could go home and run.  There wasn't much going on at work, so at three o'clock when I got a text message about going to play flag football in an hour, I took off.  I ran the 3.39 miles there and had a fun time tossing the old pig skin around. 

Time - 28:43 (avg. pace 8:29)

Splits - 8:27, 8:29, 8:29, 3:18 for 0.39 (8:31 pace)

The remaining 0.30 miles was from my goofy video this morning.

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 3.69
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

This one's for Nan, Amber, Melody, Anji, Stacie, and all you gals that are content to tell your biological misadventures to the world.  I don't know what I ate last night, but boy was I gassy this morning.  Usually it's one and done, but this morning it was all run long.  And not the little squeakers either.  There was some volume to these ones.

How you like me now?

I did see something cute, though.  This little tiny Mexican kid had pulled a "Vote to Keep the Cubs in Mesa" sign out of the ground.  The sign was as long as he was tall.  He was so proud of himself.  His mom was embarrassed when she realized what he had done.

Time - 46:38 (avg. pace 8:35)

Splits - 8:38, 8:30, 8:33, 8:36, 8:38, 3:44 for 0.44 (8:33 avg.)

Pretty consistent.  Still a little sore from flag football.  A good sore.

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 5.44
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

We got a free rental from Red Box the other day so we got Iron Man 2.  I watched half of it that night and tried to watch the rest last night, but I forgot I had to go to mutual.  By the time I finished it was after 9pm, so I decided to just leave it and run it back in the morning.  It's only 0.7 miles away so I hadn't even broken a sweat yet.  My quads are still sore, so I should have run slower this morning.  Like a 9 min. avg.  Anyway.

Time -  25:53 (avg. pace 8:26)

Splits - 8:23, 8:21, 8:35, 0:34 for 0.07 (8:21 pace)

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 3.07
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

I think I've given my legs plenty of rest since Ragnar, but they're still incredibly tight.  I guess I should be doing more stretching.  If I have time tonight, I'll try to do a session of Yoga X. 

I was pretty amazed watching the New York Marathon yesterday.  Those guys run faster miles than I've ever run, and they do it 26.2 times over.  I tried to get a fast mile in this morning.  No where near their times. 

By the way, Paul Petersen almost qualified for the Olympic Trials Saturday.  Read his report if you haven't.  Pretty awesome.

Time - 22:58 (avg. pace 7:39)

Splits - 8:12, 6:25, 8:21

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 3.00
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

I've been running consistent miles lately.  I start at a pace, and I'm able to stick with it.  Perhaps I should try to run a marathon by starting off at a 6:30 pace. 

So I was running down the street (either I'm about to start a rap song or a country western song), and I see this guy that's in my brother-in-law's ward.  I don't know his name, but he was instrumental in my BIL's baptism.  Anyway, he saw me and said, "Hi Burt."  Now I have to figure out what his name is and commit it to memory.

At the 4.5 mile point I saw this guy running on the opposite of Val Vista.  He's got to be in his late 50's, but he had a great pace going.  We simultaneously waved at each other.  Now, had he been on my city block, I would have been a bit jealous.  I own my block.  People can run on it, but they're not allowed to be faster than me.  But as it was, I was quite to content to let him own the adjacent city block.  And by the way, people can run on my city block, but stay the heck off my street.  You better believe that when I see someone running on my street, I immediately go out and give them the hardest stare down they've ever had.

Time - 44:21 (avg. pace 8:09)

Splits - 8:09, 8:10, 8:14, 8:09, 7:58, 3:41 for 0.44 (8:19 pace)

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 5.44
Weight: 190.00
Total Distance

It was 50° out this morning!  Why is it so cold?  Oh yeah.  It's November.  Today I ran down the canal since Marathon Dreamer told me she misses talking my ear off.  No Wes, MD does not  live in AZ or Mazatlan.  I ran down  the east side of the canal south to Guadalupe and ran back on the west side (said in lame white boy wannabe gangsta voice.)  About a tenth of a mile before I turned around I saw another guy run on to the canal road.  I followed him for a mile.  We were running close to the same pace.  He had to stop for traffic trying to cross Baseline Road.  I almost caught up to him, but as soon as he saw my shadow he surged ahead.  I chuckled to myself and for a brief moment thought about giving chase.  That would have creeped him out I'm sure.  He turned around at Southern Ave., and I gave him a friendly wave.  He gave me the thumbs up.  You go on with your bad self!

Time - 51:26 (avg. pace 8:31)

Splits - 8:37, 8:30, 8:29, 8:29, 8:28, 8:34, 0:20 for 0.04 (8:55 pace)

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 6.04
Weight: 190.00
Total Distance

Next week I have three races, the Open Mile, a 5k, and a Mud Run.  Should be a fun week.  I did some speed work this morning. 


1st mile - 8:31 warm-up

2nd mile - 6:11

3rd mile - 8:36 cool down

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 3.00
Weight: 190.00
Total Distance

I think when you settle into a rhythm, your mind choses a song that matches that rhythm.   Today's song was "Didn't do the dishes.  Lazy.  Lazy.  Jumping out the window.  Double, crazy.  Itsy bitsy soda pop.  Itsy bitsy boo.  Isty bitsy soda pop a boy loves you.  It's true.  It's true.  A boy loves you."

Time - 56:18 (avg. pace 8:40)

Splits - 8:43, 8:42, 8:41, 8:38, 8:36, 8:41, 4:18 for 0.50 (8:41 pace)

Thank goodness for that 6th mile.  I would have hated to turn this into a progressive run.

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 6.50
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

More flag football today with the guys and a couple of girls this time.  It was fun, but I suck as QB.  I found out today that the calendar on the ARR website was wrong and that the  Open Mile is tonight.  Now I have the perfect excuse for not hitting allie's predicted 5:55.  Or was it 5:50?  No, she said 5:45.

Weight: 0.00
Race: Arizona Road Racer's Open Mile November 16, 2010 (1 Miles) 00:05:58, Place overall: 18
Total Distance

My legs felt tight all day because all the sprinting from the previous day's flag football escapade.  I did not prepare myself mentally throughout the day.  But how can you when you're at work?  I did not prepare myself physically by hydrating or stretching throughout the day.  But how can you when you're at work?  I was hoping the mental and physical preparation would all come together in my half an hour pre-race stretch and warm-up routine.

I saw my internet buddy Terri who organizes the race.  I guess I can call her my real buddy now since we've met on several occasions.  She wasn't running today.  Tonight was the biggest turn out that I've ever seen.  Maybe it was because of the pizza.  There were a couple of high school track teams.  I lined up one spot back in lane one.  Nobody was taking pole position, but with the turnout, there was no way I was going to.  I spotted Jim Prescott, one of AZ's finest road racers in the masters' division.  I told him I saved him a spot.

Mark, set, go.  I was amazed at how fast people got in front of me.  It was like a funnel of legs and BO.  I even had to slow down because I was cut off.  That was probably a good thing.  I started off waaay too fast.  I couldn't believe it when I hit that first lap in 1:19, six seconds faster than last time.  But I thought, "I'm in better shape than last time.  Let's see if I can hold it."  Coming down the straight away as I finished my second lap I knew I was in trouble because my vision was blurred, and I couldn't see the clock.  I finished that lap in 1:27.  I remember thinking, "I'm on pace for a 5:32.  Holy cow!"

But I knew I was fading fast.  I told myself to just hold on one more lap, then try to finish with a good kick on the last lap.  The third lap was 1:37.  I got passed by about three guys.  I kinda felt bad, but not too much, because they had to go around me.  The last lap was 1:35.  So it was a little faster than the third lap, but just barely.  That's exactly how I used to run in high school.  My third lap would always be my slowest, and usually way slower than the rest.

These are Garmin splits with a slight adjustment because Garmin measured it at 1.02 miles.  I will update my time when the official results come out, but for now I think I was 1 second slower than last month.  Then again, last month I thought I ran a 5:58, but it turned out to be a 5:57.  So, here's for wishful thinking.

After the race I thought I was going to die.  Sorry Sis. Esplin.  No chunks or heaving.  But the top of my lungs were, I don't know how to describe it, it felt like I was hit by a bronchitis bus.  I thought about bagging the second mile because I for sure broke 6 again.  But I really wanted some pizza and would have felt guilty for eating some without running both miles.  So I finally felt a little better and did the second mile as a cool down.  I got lapped by about 5 guys and finished in 7:37.  I was actually surprised I broke 8 minutes. 

My lungs still hurt.  I wonder if it is bronchitis and running that hard triggered something.  About three hours later I finally hacked up some phlegm.  I hope I feel better for my 5k on Thursday.  I want to break 22.  Maybe 21.

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 2.70
Weight: 0.00
Race: 2010 November Tempe Road Runners Free Monthly 5k (3.1 Miles) 00:21:54, Place overall: 2
Total Distance

I was worried about running this race because of the "lung burn" I got doing my mile race two days ago.  It's still bothering me some.  Now, I know I can run, but racing as hard as I can might trigger it again.  And to have it happen while I'm running was scaring me. 

A lot of people showed up, more than normal.  We got to run next to Tempe Town Lake instead of the road because they finally opened that part of it back up.  The only bad part of that was a couple patches of gnats.  When I ran there a few weeks ago there was a lot more gnats.  I hate those little bichos.

When the race started Nick Coury took off in the lead.  Nick has evolved into quite the public figure in the local running community.  It didn't take long for me to settle into 2nd place.  I was constantly looking at my Garmin to make sure I wasn't running too fast or too slow.  I wanted to run a 7 minute flat pace.  I started a bit fast, so I slowed down.  After 1:29 my Garmin beeped at me.  I had set it to alert me for every 1:29 for my mile race.  I also set it to record my quarter splits.  So, I realized that I hadn't changed it back and that it was going to be beeping a lot.  Oh well.  At least I'd know exactly where I was.

I had Nick in my sights for most of the first half of the out and back course.  He wasn't even trying though.  He ran a 5:03 mile two nights ago at the Open Mile.  Then he got too far ahead and I lost him.  It was dark and the path was winding.  I began to wonder if I was supposed to turn or something.  Before long I saw him coming back.  We exchanged pleasantries, and he looked as relaxed as a Jabba the Hut on weed. 

As I was coming back I saw that I had the same lead on the 3rd place guy as Nick had on me.  It now became a race against the clock.  Everytime I looked at my Garmin it seemed like I was right on pace.  There were a couple of small hills that really suck the energy out of you.  But they were so small I tried to power up them and relax on the backside to catch my breath.  My plan was to run steady until I hit the last hill, then kick to the finish.  But I misjudged how close it was to the finish and lost some time.  Then when I got up the hill I held back a little still afraid that I would get hit by the bronchitis bus again.

I knew the course was going to be short, so I checked the Garmin right before crossing the finish line.  I was at 3.04 miles and decided to keep going until I hit 3.10.  I finished in 21:54, a post high school PR.  It took me a while to catch my breath.  But I had 0.06 miles to walk it off and go congratulate Nick.  Then we cheered on the rest of the runners as they came in including my Facebook friend David Weeks and new friend I met tonight Toothless Dave.  He seems like a nice guy and now wants to be my new running partner.  LOL!  ay yi yi.

After the race Muscle Milk was there handing out free samples.  I got vanilla.  Mmm-mmm!  I also got a pack of blueberry/pomegranate Gu Chomps, a vial of 5 Hour Energy (anybody want it?), and a Roadrunner Sports beanie.  I didn't win anything in the raffle, but David Weeks won a free entry into the PF Changs Rock and Roll Marathon.  He said he didn't want to run it.  I wonder if he'd be willing to sell it. (Anybody want it?)  Then there was a Ultra Running 101 Clinic that Nick put on.  Now I want to do an ultra.

Quarter Splits - 1:45, 1:44, 1:45, 1:46, 1:43, 1:46, 1:47, 1:44, 1:43, 1:49, 1:52, 1:44, and 0:40 for 0.10.

Mile Splits - 7:02, 7:03, 7:10, 0:40 for 0.10 (6:44 pace)

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 3.10
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

I was digging throught some old pictures, and I found this one of me and Rattletrap.

I also found this picture of Toothless Dave.

Weight: 0.00
Race: 2010 Mad Mud Run (4 Miles) 00:53:23
Total Distance

This turned out to be one of the funnest runs I've ever done.  My old high school chum Mike invited me to join his team.  That was a lot of pressure because he's won the costume contest the last two years in a row.  We decided on a Christmas theme, and that evolved into a Grinch theme.  My wonderful wife sewed me up a Christmas present costume.


Doesn't it look good?  Mike's costume was awesome.  He made it out of mattress foam.  He spray painted it green and was getting high off fumes all race.  More to come on the costume.

Here's a picture of us as we made it to the finals in the costume contest.  It was us against one guy that was dressed as a nerd.  He played the role quite well.  The crowd cheered for "Who" they liked the most.  It was a tie.  Three years in a row for Mike!

I saw a guy that looked like a teacher from my high school.  I mentioned to my wife that it looked like Mr. Dykman, and she agreed.  I never had him, but his daughter was two years younger than me and ran track with me.  So I stalked him down and saw his daughter there.  It was fun to catch up with them.

She's the 5th tutu girl from the left in the picture.  Can you see her in the back?  Sunglasses on?  That's her.  Turns out she lives real close to me in Val Vista Lakes.  Small world.

When the race started it didn't take long for Mike's ornaments to start falling off.  Let the ball dropping jokes begin.  At least no one would get lost.  He called it his trail of tears.  The most mysterious thing was when we were running and saw one in front of us! 

The first obstacle was the over-under hurdles.  It was over then under then over then under.  Over was easy.  Under in a box and a Christmas tree, not so much.  The next obstacle was the balance beam, tires, balance beam, tires.  Keep in mind I couldn't see my feet.  Good thing I have ninja-like balance.  Now the sun was starting to shine.  I mentioned that my costume felt like a confectionery oven.  But I knew Mike must be twice as hot in his get-up.

The third obstacle was the wall climb, a 6 foot wall at about a 80 degree angle.  The first thing I did when I arrived was give some lady a boost.  Then Mike gave me a boost and his niece, the Grinch.  He was able to impressively hop over unassisted.  Cindy Lou Who and the Ornament were a little ahead of us, but they waited here, and we basically ran the rest together.  The fourth obstacle was the low crawl.  Down we went under the ropes.  Somebody behind Mike thanked him for wearing something underneath his costume.

The fifth obstacle was another wall, this time with a cargo net.  Luckily I only needed two steps to scale it because I couldn't see my feet.  It was like I was fat again.  The next obstacle was the hay bales.  They were stacked so you stepped up twice and down twice.  Not too bad.  I just had to trust my instincts.  Finally we approached the finish line.  We had to climb through a 3 foot diameter, 10 foot long pipe, then one more hay bale pile, then to the mud pit.

 As we stood on the bank getting ready to take the plunge, Mike pushed all of us in.

Oh, guess what.  I can't see underneath me.  I feel a body underneath me.  I'm sure it's the Grinch.  Am I on top of her head?  Am I smothering her in a bog of disease ridden mud?  I don't know.

Okay, she's fine.  But holy cold!  My wife said everybody was hanging out to see the tree go through the mud.  They got to see a little more than they bargained.  That mattress soaked up the mud and water like a sponge.  It quickly became 100 lbs. of dead weight, and there was no way he could keep it on him.  Somehow he managed to drag the remnants of his sad tree with him and used it to cover his, well, branches?

And then we were done!  A very fun time.

Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

Guess what the stork brought to Britta?  Well, you don't have to guess because here's a picture.

Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

We got some rain off and on yesterday.  There were mud puddles here and there.  I was so tempted to jump in them.  Wonder why?  Speaking of mud, I had one of those occasions where I had to stop on my run.  There's a Walgreens on the corner that would provide sweet relief.  Alas, they don't open for another two hours.  Well, I could try the Piggly Wiggly across the street.  And by Piggly Wiggly I mean Fry's Food and Drug.  Surely they're open 24 hours a day and twice on Sunday.  I just have to jump this small wall and hope the strength exerted to do so doesn't take away from other muscles straining to maintain digestive equilibrium.  Dare I say my wall leaping abilities are Bruce Lee-like?  Onward to Fry's where undoubtedly nobody would be using the facilities this early in the morning.  What the...???  Come on!!!  I'm going to give myself cancer if I hold it any longer!  Plus I get to put up with this dude's rich aroma.  Forget it.  I'm going to look to see what movies RedBox is offering.  And if anyone cuts in front of me while I'm not in the bathroom, I'm going to plow them into the wall!  For a good time call BLAM!!!  Well, after that delightful experience I felt light as a feather, swift as an ox.  It really was a beautiful morning.  And now I could enjoy it to the fullest.

Time - 49:36 (avg. pace 8:45)

Splits - 8:48, 8:39, 8:51, 8:43, 8:46, 5:50 for 0.67 (8:41 pace)

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 5.67
Weight: 190.00
Total Distance

Oprah got me out of bed this morning.  That tramp.  Felt like a good morning for double digits.  It was a balmy 40 degrees.  Shorts and T-shirt, baby.

Time - 1:36:55 (avg. pace 8:48)

Splits - 8:40, 8:46, 8:52, 8:53, 8:51, 8:47, 8:41, 8:43, 8:48, 8:49, 8:55

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 11.02
Weight: 189.00
Total Distance

This morning was a recovery run, just 4 laps around the block.  There's a small turkey trot tomorrow at the church stake center.

Time - 20:07 (avg. pace 8:52)

Splits - 8:59, 8:45, 2:24 for 0.27 (8:50 pace)

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 2.27
Weight: 190.00
Race: 2010 Kimball Stake Turkey Trot (3.03 Miles) 00:21:30, Place overall: 5, Place in age division: 2
Total Distance

This morning was the Kimball Stake annual Turkey Trot.  This would be my first year doing it.  The last three  years I've run the Turkey Trot in the Alta Mesa Stake.  I figured I should support my own stake this year. 

They don't tell you how far you have to run.  They show you a map and you guess your time.  No watches allowed.  That way, everyone has a shot of winning.  You know what they say.  In the Mormon Church, everyone's a winner.  Looking at the map I could see that we have to run from Southern to Baseline.  That there's two miles.  The rest didn't look like it was much more than half a mile.  So I guessed my time would be 18 minutes and 45 seconds.  Since it was 3.03 miles, I was way off.

At the starting line everyone packed in including the cyclists and the kids.  I heard three young guys behind me talking.  One of them said he's only ran one timed mile and it was like a 4:40 something.  I almost let him take my spot at the front of the starting line, but I didn't.  The race started and the three young guys quickly passed me.  We ran out of the church parking lot and made an immediate right at the next block.  We ran to the end of the street and turned left.  I knew we had to take a right at the end of the next block to head over to the canal.  However, the leaders turned left.  They had cones at every turn, but there wasn't one here.  I slowed down and some guys on bikes asked which way to go.  I said, "Left.  I think those guys went the wrong way."  So I turned left and hoped I wasn't going to lead everyone in the church the wrong way.  That's how the Fundamentalist Church got started.

When I got to the canal I saw another cone, so my apostate fears had subsided.  I ran down to Baseline and looked to see how close people were behind me.  There was one guy hot on my tail and a couple of other people not too far back.  We turned on to 32nd Street and I saw a former Ragnar teammate.  Actually she saw me.  She was just out running and didn't realize the Turkey Trot was going on.  I also saw the three young guys coming the opposite direction.  I chose to state the obvious and told them they went the wrong way.  They knew.  They knew.

When I turned on Jerome I got passed by a guy that looked to be about 10 years my elder.  He was running strong.  Shortly after that the first young guy passed me, then the other two.  I wondered how close I'd be to my guestimated time.  Then we came to the only "hill" as we went over the bridge crossing the US60.  I knew there was only about three quarters of a mile left.  My legs were pretty shot from my 11 mile run Tuesday, so I had no chance at catching up.  We ran up to Southern and turned around.  When my older rival ran by me I put my hand out to give him five.  I was letting him know that I was okay with him passing me.  Today, he was the better man.


Here's a picture of my daughter and me before the race.  She's my only kid that ran with me.

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 6.76
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance

Recovery.  Down the canal with the family.  Emily got to pet a horse for the first time.

Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 3.54
Weight: 0.00
Total Distance
Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 Silver/Old Gold/Phantom Miles: 41.82Mizuno Wave Inspire 4 White/Classic Blue/Raven Miles: 29.42
Weight: 189.83
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