Not new, but maybe a little old.
^this guy must be new
When did this --> http://jezebel.com/5846525/wom...ld-records
Don't forget that this is at 8000ft altitude on hilly roads. How close to race pace before it is considered 'specific'?
Looking at those training days, there is surprisingly few days running specific workouts, as is your style. A lot of speed support and endurance support, but only that fartlek at specific pace.
How did the previous months go?
it is clear you have no clue about physics
grox wrote:If you can't see the problem, I can't help you. How do you convert mass to drag, by the way?
It is a probability problem. As time went by, more and more people with better training ran the 1500m or mile. I am not an expert in running in the 60s
the runners of the early/mid-'70s were sh!t compared to '60s
but I don't think the depth was anything like in the 90s and 00s. There is a slight chance he was extremely good. But what are the odds he was worth two full seconds less than the world record?
quoting this as an argument shows you have no clue about the subject
Under the right hypotheses, my grandmother can win an Olympic gold