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THE RUNNER'S WORLD HALF MARATHON & FESTIVAL

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Post by SilverArrowPro on Thu Jul 25, 2013 11:24 am

Entered into the 5&dime. Will be doing the 5K with my wife (her first official race) and doing the 10K by myself. Goal is to finish within the 1&1/2 hours time limit they keep the street closed. PR for 5K is 33:48, so I figured I should be able to do the 10K in 90 minutes or less. Training was on hold do to Gallbladder surgery, but I'm now getting back into it.

Link to event: http://rw.runnersworld.com/rwhalf/

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Post by Dave Tuttle on Thu Jul 25, 2013 3:41 pm

Welcome to the HEART forum Kevin! Glad you joined... It's great that you're running with your wife and that she's running her first 5K. My wife just ran her first one too and we ran it together. That was pretty special.

With that 5K PR, I'll bet you do better than you think in the 10K unless you're still not 100% due to the Gallbladder surgery. In that case be safe and don't push it.

I found your blog through the Zipper Club on FB. You've been on quite a journey, how about telling the rest of the group a little about how you got here?

Too bad your race is on the same weekend as our Syracuse race. We could have used you on a team... Oh well, there's always next year.

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Post by SilverArrowPro on Thu Jul 25, 2013 3:54 pm

Thanks Dave, I'll try and get my thoughts wrapped around something and post it up. Is this normally the time of year you hold your events? I'm hoping to do a 1/2 marathon next year. I'll wait on signup with Runnersworld, if this is the normal time frame for HEART runs. Looking forward to meeting/sharing with all of the members.

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Post by Sumorunner on Thu Jul 25, 2013 4:08 pm

You should be able to do 10K in about 1:10. There are a lot of race time predictors online but they are not very accurate as you go farther from your input distance. Enter a 5K time and the 10k prediction will be fairly close but don't put much stock in the 1 mile or half marathon predictions. The reason is, your training for 5k-10k is pretty much the same but not for much shorter or longer races. It assumes you are equally well prepared for each distance.

I tend to do better at shorter distances, so if I plug in results for my last 1 mile, 5k and 15K races, I get predictions ranging from 1:05 to 1:12 for 10K. And it tells me I should be able to do a Half marathon in the 2:30s but I came nowhere close to that in the last one. I had all I could do to run 10 and then had to walk most of the last 3 miles.


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Post by Rachel August on Fri Jul 26, 2013 10:52 am

Welcome! - RW sounds like a ton of fun but if you and your wife can swing the HEART event that would be super cool!!!

Either way, good luck with your races. Looking forward to hearing about your story.

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