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Terry Coker has been a runner for 45 years. He is a two-time NAIA Marathon champion and a two-time NAIA All-American in 1983 and 1984 (Belmont University). He has also been elected to the Belmont University Hall of Fame. As of December 5, 2017, Terry has ran every single day for 40 years. Each run is 30 minutes or more in time or distance. 

Terry's Personal Bests while competing: 2 mile: 9:18; Percy Warner 11.2 mile course: 58.43; Marathon: 2:21:18. 

Robert Eslick has been a runner for 32 years. He began running in 1974 to lose weight. His high weight was 205 lbs. He has been there, done that, and gotten the tee-shirt. He is now and has been a personal coach of runners and triathletes for 21 years. He worked as a Team in Training coach for the first 5 years of the program in Nashville. Robert has coached runners in every distance from the mile to the marathon, including 11 Boston Qualifier, several regional and two national class triathletes. 

Robert's Personal Bests while competing: 5km: 16:39; 10km: 34:10; Half Marathon: 1:17:28; Marathon: 2:50:43.




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