Dunno if this has been done yet, but the Fejes pace frequency chart had me wondering what RY's looks like. This is the frequency of paces based on the tracker data from 5/13 to 6/9*. Sorry, I haven't incorporated the updated data for post-Kansas. Life has been busy.
* Since we don't actually have mile-by-mile splits, I just took the average pace for a section (such as 7:24 for 1.35) and binned them into the 7:xx bin and added the mileage. For example, for a 1.8 mile section at 7:35 pace and a 2.2 section at 7:00 pace would be 4.0 miles in the 7:xx bin.
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Nice comparison to Joe Fejes.
See Rob run.
See Rob run 420 marathons.
See Rob never run a single marathon under 7:00/mile pace.
See Rob run out west.
See Rob "run" 600 miles out west under 7:00/mile pace.
See Rob ride in the R.V. instead.
See Joe run.
See Joe run 606 miles in 6 days setting a new American Record.
See Joe never run a single mile under 7:00/mile pace.