I think that is an excellent idea. I'd love to have the expert advice but know that I can't do the amount of miles required for the time I achieve so will never be accepted as a Super-Six runner.. Therefore, I cobble together a training plan from a RW plan plus other advice from forumites. In the last 2 years I have achieved my times from scaled down plans.
Having a "Challenger" scheme would give more people access to quality advice but would also not heap the massive amount of pressure that the Super-Sixers have obviously had to enjoy come race day each year.
I'd bet that more "Challengers" would reach their goal times.
LIVERBIRD wrote (see)
As I've already said, I fully intend to bore everyone with my "journey" anyway....
*Defriends Schmunks on FB*
Hey! *Defriends Schmunks on FB*
*looks around thread*
Who said that?
just bumping this as RW have answered now...
no, well kind of.
Tell us more....
*settles in with pringles*
read article "1" on the home page.
their going to paris, not london, and its asics, not lucozade.
so "no, but kind of"
I find Asics gets stuck in my throat.
And Lucozade bottles are a bugger to wear on your feet.
I should point out its a 26.2 mile one as well.
Mr LB ran Washington Marine corps a couple of weeks ago and the 405 said 26.9!
I think he must have got distracted and ran straight through the Oval office.
The Super Six is something whose time has gone.
Like zeppelin making. And rickets.
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