DIII Has Been wrote:
Since virtually every elite distance runner from 3000m to the Marathon can run a sub-4:00 mile, I would think they can run :48 to :47 flat out, and certainly could run a few :49's during an interval or repeat session. But I didn't read the question so I'm not 100% sure what he was really trying to say.
What a great answerâ€¦to a question you did not read or understandâ€¦which makes it just likeâ€¦all the other threads here.
Everyone at this forum does 49 second 400m reps in training and can run faster than 46.7 flat out.
That is why they can say that Diego Estrada (27:30 10K guy) needs to fix his running form.
Then they can do extensive analysis of the strange and mysterious rear foot angle of Kenenisa Bekeleâ€¦which is the 'secret' to running a 2:03:03 marathon, with an average pace just under 70.0 seconds... for every 400m of the marathon.
You can expect to see many 2:03 marathons run by the people at this LRC forum in 2017.
It will be a complete destruction of the all-time lists by the LRC forum.