This is one of the more ridiculous statements I've read here recently.
The Quenton Cassidamius wrote:
No, 2:04:19. His race in Berlin was a perfect race and I do not see him ever running faster than it. It was one of those days where every single thing went perfectly and the kind of race you only have once in a lifetime.
I'm with you there. I've done a marathon that was 1C at the start and 4C at the finish (30s F, for the non-metric people) - not ideal. (But better than 15+!)
Si Ripsnitch wrote:
was out running here today in 1 degrees (same as race tomorrow) and let me tell you it was f%$king miserable. Big difference between 1-2 degrees and 5-10 degrees. It would a remarkable performance to break 2.06 tomorrow.