I'm running the Amsterdam half in a few weeks, and am wondering if 1:32 is a realistic goal for me. I want to get the pacing right. I've put some PBS and recent workouts to give an idea of my current fitness. I'm averaging 30/40 mpw and have been running 1 year.
5K PB: 18:50
HM PB: 1:45 (6 months ago, hot and hilly and have trained pretty hard this summer)
4 x 2 Mile @ 6:46/mile 3 min rest (last couple felt pretty hard)
3 & 2 Mile @ 6:36/mile 2 min rest (felt pretty steady, could have done another 2 at that pace)
7 mile TM workout @ 6:58 (although on 0 incline due to ankle issue, could have probably done a couple more miles at that pace)
I have done plenty of long runs and have done split ones that go over 15 miles, so I think my legs are ready, I'm just unsure if i'll be able to hold the pace after 10 miles.
Any advice on whether this would be a realistic goal for me and any workouts I should try and squeeze in over the next couple of weeks would be great.