Out at a bar with many non runner acquaintances several years after college. This guy had no idea I used to run D1 as well because it doesn't really come up in our work. First thing he did was humble brag about his weekly mileage. "I feel like I haven't accomplished anything if I don't get in at least 9 miles a day" was the exact statement. That made me laugh quite a bit and piqued my interest. He moved on to discussing his PRs from college. I had to look him up obviously, which is insanely easy online because he said what university he ran at. They were all extremely exaggerated. 1:55 instead of the claimed 1:51. Can't remember the mile claim. He recently ran a corporate 5k in 17:30 so still in decent shape. Overall pretty hilarious. I actually like the guy at work but the whole running thing with him is a little too much for me in social settings. I guess I left college running fairly disappointed in myself and don't like to talk about it to my coworkers. This guy loves it. Such is life.
LOL dude - you sound like the cringiest loser here... You're upset he MAY have lied about an irrelevant PR?
Guy is running 40-70 mile weeks, recently ran a 5k at 5:40 mile pace and has a listed 1:55 800pr. He's in the 99th percentile anyway you look at it. If you're gonna put in the work, you should be able to 'humble brag' about it.
Sounds like you're a bit jealous that he's the runner of the office. You are the..... what? No the runner... ouch...