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Corbin Talley – Utah Running Expert


Corbin Talley              Elite Athlete: Marathoner/Ultra Marathoner

High School Track and Cross Country Coach

Corbin currently teaches English at Davis High School (Kaysville, UT) and has coached Track and Cross Country there for the past 7 years.  He has a Bachelors Degree in English Teaching from Weber State and a Masters Degree in Health, P.E. and Recreation from Utah State University.  He is also a USATF Level 1 certified Coach.

Career Highlights:

Boys Track & Field State Champions – 2008, 2009

Girls Track & Field State Champions – 2004, 2005, 2006

Boys Cross Country State Champions – 2007

Girls Cross Country State Champions – 2007, 2008

Girls Cross Country Team finished 9th at Nike Nationals in 2007

Coached 13 Region Championship Teams

NFHS Utah Boys Track Coach of the Year – 2009

NFHS Utah Girls Cross Country Coach of the Year – 2007

Corbin’s running career has been very successful.  He excelled in high school, college, and continues to run competitively today.  He has competed in events ranging from 5Ks to marathons, and has also competed in several ultra marathons.

Athletic Accomplishments:

PRs:  mile – 4:06; 3,000m – 8:17; 5,000m – 14:15; 10,000m – 30:17

3 Time All-Conference Cross Country at Weber State

3 Time All-Conference Track & Field at Weber State

NCAA Qualifier in the Steeplechase in 2002 (8:47 pr)

Utah Road Racing Circuit Champion – 2003, 2005

Marathon PR – 2:21.31 (St. George 2003)

Finished 49th in the 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon

1st Place – Sedona Marathon (2006); Course Record

Finished 12 marathons and 5 ultra marathons (goal of 100 marathons in lifetime)

Completed the 2009 Wasatch 100

Course Record Holder – Gerald Anderson Memorial 5k

Corbin Talley grew up in Riverton, UT where he attended Bingham High School.  After high school, he attended Weber State University where he competed in Track and Cross Country.  While at Weber State, Corbin met and married Stefanie who also ran on the WSU Track and Cross Country teams.  They currently reside in Layton, UT with their two kids – Ashlyn and Samantha.

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This entry was posted on Friday, January 1st, 2010 at 4:38 pm and is filed under Utah Running Experts. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.

8 responses to “Corbin Talley – Utah Running Expert”

  1. Brad Anderson says:

    You seem like a nice enough guy. Maybe we should be BFF! (Or BFTDDWP)How does that sound?

  2. […] Corbin Talley – Elite Athlete: Marathoner/Ultra Marathoner | High School Track & Cross Country […]

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  4. Mitchell says:

    i have always been a runner and i run cross country but my knees have been hurting for 3 years. i really want to fix it so i can improve as a runner and a triathlete. I have Osgood-Schlatter but it has gone away. I think i also have pattella tendonitis. What do i do so i can fix it

  5. Shawn says:

    Hi Im a high school runner and I have a problem. I can stick with all the top guys at my school in practices and everything, in long runs, intervals, etc. But when it comes to races I cant seem to stick with them. I also ran 470 miles over the summer with my friend and hes the fastest on the team and im about the 7th or 8th at the moment but at practice im right behind him. I find that im always putting myself down and struggle with the mental aspect of running when it comes to races. Could I get some advice please? Thanks much! You’re Great!

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  7. Tim Weber says:

    Coach, I hope this question is not inappropriate, but I don’t have a lot of contacts in Utah. I recently got into the Wasatch 100 and see that you have completed the race. I am hoping to come out during the summer for a long weekend to scout out the trail and run a large portion of it. I am curious when the peaks are likely to be cleared of snow to allow that and also if the trail is well enough marked to accomplish this on my own or would I need to have someone along that knew that trail well? thanks for your time.

    Tim

  8. Tim,
    Congratulations. What a great feeling of excitement, fear, and anxiety you must be feeling. You are going to love the Wasatch 100. The course is beautiful, the organization is great, and the competitors are friendly and inspiring.
    The trail looks pretty good by mid July. Some of the portions would be okay before then. You can follow the Wasatch 100 Facebook page, and people typically show updates of the trail. You might be able to find a few organized runs on the Facebook page and definitely a lot of helpful information. When I have a question about the course – I usually turn to the Facebook page and someone has the answers.
    Let me know when you are in town, and if I am not too busy, I wouldn’t mind hitting some of the trail with you. My favorite section is from Lamb’s Canyon to Brighton (about 24 miles).
    Hope that helps.
    Best of luck –
    Corbin Talley
    ctalley@dsdmail.net

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