Give it a year or 2 and the 4% cheat shoes will be outlawed and the records set with them chucked out - like they did with the swim suits a few years ago.
Doing the same marathon, anything under 6hrs will do me. That and still being alive, not looking forward to it at all.Doing the Edinburgh marathon on 26th, will miss playoff final if we get there. Can’t imagine running that fast for a mile, insane pace. I’m aiming for 4.5 hours!
Good choice. One of the flatter courses and if the weather is mild and overcast it's very easy to get into a comfortable rhythm. I finished in 4hr 32min and felt fine (this was 3 years ago).Doing the Edinburgh marathon on 26th, will miss playoff final if we get there. Can’t imagine running that fast for a mile, insane pace. I’m aiming for 4.5 hours!
You'd have to write off a great bunch of records if that were the case.A record should only count if there are no pace makers and the race is true run. The record should be disregarded if there is any evidence of pace making or other assistance and that includes having a timing car in front.
Ya wrong there like. South hylton Chippy to plarzy sq every saturday during 1991 before me patty lot got cold. That’s including south hylton bank and full of drink.There’ll be nobody on this board who could run 4.5 minutes for one mile never mind 26 consecutive miles.
I still think your right.A slight exaggeration to prove a point.