Really? Really did you just really say that? I really wonder whether even half the people on this site actually watch athletics at all.
Skips Arm Day wrote:doot doot wrote:The same thing is puzzling me too. If you were capable of world record shape you'd obviously want to be as close to it as possible to win championships, considering being faster than everyone else is inherent in the definition of "world record." It's not like someone's going to sit and out kick you going WR pace. Does anyone know what, if any, is the difference in approach for these two objectives?tony the tiger wrote:Doesn't it stand to reason that (if he were capable) he could train for world record fitness AND as a consequence be in championship 10k form?
I guess he will go for both the 5 n the 10k next yr
I don't really understand his quote about championship racing being exclusive of fast times.
I'm assuming it means taking on a high risk/high reward style of training, but beyond that it's not so clear.
Monaco 2014 1500m is a nice example of how you are so, very wrong.