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Chris Derrick

February 2, 2012

Chris Derrick talked about the progression of his weekly mileage since high school:

In high school, I’d run 70 miles (a week), something like that, and probably more like 60 during the (cross country) season and during track, and that was built up over all four years of high school. My freshman year (at Stanford), I probably ran around 80. I slowly worked up where about 100 is my normal range. It’s not anything crazy or super-high mileage, but I have been putting in those kinds of solid weeks since my junior year in high school–for six years, I think. The benefits of that have shown up. I haven’t quite progressed the way I’d like in track yet, I think, because I’ve had those injury problems the last couple of years and I’m someone who thrives on consistency in training.


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