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|Author: ||let me clear my throat|
|Subject: ||RE: Runner's World Defines a "Serious Runner"|
"At least 90% of people will never run a sub-25 5K. Being in the 10% that does puts you in the "serious" end of the spectrum in terms of running."
No way. Any man under the age of 40 w/o a case of morbid obesity should easily go under 25 for 5k. That is only 8mpw. I would think 90% of the population can run sub 25. Women. Probably will have to add 3 minutes to it. I know its very generous but that is the reality at non-elite level.
You are extremely ignorant if you think that 90% of the population could run under 25min for 5k.
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If you answer this question you should be able to post.