20 Questions with Blayne Dulian

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Gophersports: Why did you first decide to become a runner? 

Blayne Dulian: In the 8th grade my dad encouraged me to run track and field and after that I was a runner

GS: What was the biggest adjustment you had to make when moving from high school cross country to running in college?
 

BD: Mileage and the length of the races.

GS: What is the most difficult course you've ever run? 

BD: Our home course for the Roy Griak

GS: What is the most unusual or creative workout you've ever run at practice?
 

BD: I would say the some of the circuit training workouts we do are a little out of the ordinary

GS: What team or individual performance are you most proud of? 

BD: Winning a state championship in High School

GS: Where is your favorite place to run? 

BD: River Road

GS: What is your favorite Minnesota tradition?

BD: The freshman singing the rouser

GS: What is the coolest part of being a member of the Minnesota cross country team? 

BD: The guys I get to train with

GS: What is the hardest part of being on the Minnesota cross country team? 

BD: The running

GS: What advice would you give a new runner? 

BD: Stay consistent and have fun

GS: What have you learned from cross country that has helped you in other aspects of your life? 

BD: If you don't put in the hard work, you aren't going to see any results. Remains true for everything.

GS: Do you have a favorite sports movie? 

BD: RUDY!!

GS: Where is your favorite place to eat on campus?
 

BD: Schang Chengs

GS: What are you listening to on your iPod right now?.

BD: Yelawolf

GS: Do you have any race-day superstitions? 

BD: Not a very superstitious kind of guy

GS:
  What are your goals for this season? 

BD: Improve upon last year's times and help the team as much as I can.

 GS: What is your favorite sport outside of cross-country or track and field? 

BD: Basketball

 GS: What motivates you to run and compete? 

BD: Competing against others makes it a blast

GS: What is one talent or skill you have outside of running? 

BD: I am an exceptional dancer

GS: If you had the choice to travel either forward or backward in time, which would you choose? Why?

BD: I would go back in time to re-live the awesome childhood memories

 

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