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Subject: RE: Marathon Training Thread Week Ending 3/4
Thanks for starting us off, samblackbones! That's a big week, it's no wonder you felt a little sluggish on the line. I also didn't know you were targeting the Carlsbad 5k as well. It's certainly not gonna be easy to run your best 5k considering you're training for a distance 8 times that distance...but good luck!
Stormin - That's an excellent week and a great looking 20 miler! Definitely a good sign that not only did that pace feel easy, but you did it at the back end of a triple digit week. A strong performance indeed.
2nd marathon - I'm curious to the thought process behind the "easy" mile in the middle of a tempo. On paper it looks more like you did a 4 mile tempo, mile steady, then a 3 mile tempo rather than a straight 9 mile tempo.
marmite - Great to see you running strong again. Crazy to think that two >45 year olds ran faster than 33:41. Sub 73 definitely seems reasonable and would set you up nice for a fast time at London as well...should you decide on that route.
youngrunner - Congrats on hitting the 70 mark! A race in Vegas on St. Patty's Day sounds like it would be a helluva lot of fun, not because of the running though.
CTA - Very nice paces on that 3-2-1 workout...you were moving that last mile!
Tiger_runner - Good luck with the outdoor season...I know the feeling of running outdoors and feeling like you're playing catch-up with your other teammates. 2 out of my 4 years in college, I was out for the winter due to injury.
brumrunner - Very nice half! If you really closed the last 5k around 16:00, you've definitely got a better time in you. A great week nonetheless!
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