Not sure if that was the Half-marathon time he was looking for. But it was at altitude.
You probably haven't heard much about what Culpepper's plans are. He said if he ran well today he would lean towards running the trials, and if he didn't run well today he might not even attempt the 10k. This was not a tune up, it was a fitness check.
masters fattie wrote:
I think it was nothing more than a good effort for Alan before the trials, with the poor weather @ the start and little to no real competition, he did only what he needed to do..
colorado resident wrote:
EVERYONE OF YOU ARE MORONS!!
Would you have prefered his DNF in the marathon trials?
Mr. Met wrote:
I would hate to see a 1:08 half marathon be the last race of his long great career.