1) This once again proves that Tinman-oriented training ("keep the ball rolling") is not just the best to get to a decent level, but also very good for elites.
2) You gotta love his modesty. “My preparation has been good. I am fit,” he said. “I think I will have a good result.” Compare that to American runners, like Ritz claiming they gonna win Boston Marathon and then running 2:17 or something. Kipchoge actually got the right to brag, but he is still extremely modest and doesn't underestimate his competition. He knows anything can happen on race day.
Now you are out on deep water. The Tinman 10 k paced training is not like Kipchoges (Sangs) training system. JS training system ( Dancan ) is much more look alike. If you check the Sang system you will see that the two most used paces at the intervals are maxVO2 pace and lactate threshold pace ( about half marathon pace ). And you forget to count with the altitude ( 7000- 8000 feet ). Sang use paces very similar to Daniels!