September 2, 2007


Pocatello, ID – Nicole Prause, Ph.D., an assistant professor of clinical psychology at Idaho State University and member of REVO2LT Running TeamTM, won the Pocatello Marathon on September 1st in 3:16:59, an average pace of 7:31 per mile.  The race, which started at a breath-taking altitude of 6,100 feet, dropped 1,600 feet over the first 14 miles.

“I was aiming for 7:20 pace, but my pacing was off right from the start,” said Nicole, who studies sexual dysfunction, her doctoral research conducted at the renowned Kinsey Institute.  “While I didn’t run up to my potential, I learned a lot from this race.  It’s good to win stuff.”

Despite some erratic pacing, Nicole was only 1:07 off her personal best time, which is a great accomplishment given that this was a much more challenging course with the altitude and the downhill,” said Coach Jason Karp.  “Nicole was highly motivated going into this race, and her tenacity helped her to win.”   

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