According to information on Strava, the average American woman runs 9:55 – 10:21 minute miles. Ten Minute Miles is the blog dedicated to the average American female runner.

My name is Lacey and I’m a marathon runner. I’m a New Jersey native who attended high school in the Pennsylvania Coal Region where I was a cheerleader. Upon high school graduation I enlisted in the U.S. Air Force as a Health Services Manager. I’ve been stationed in Anchorage, Alaska; Wichita Falls, Texas, San Antonio, Texas and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Being in the military has afforded me the opportunity to be the mascot for the University of Alaska Anchorage and to run with the Ft Sam Houston Army 10 Miler Team.

I currently balance running with my military career in the Guard and my civilian career at a local hospital.

I am a certified RRCA Level I Coach and former Bib Rave Pro in the Tamaqua, PA area. With 15 years experience running, I’ve finished 20 half-marathons and 1 full-marathon. I use my experience and knowledge to research and report on topics of interest effecting the running community.

I am available for collaborations, coaching and other related inquiries.

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