Posted: 16/06/2016 at 17:09
I had a Weber B fibular fracture almost exactly a year ago. Plate and screws. First jog strides (barefoot round the edge of a cricket pitch - heavenly! at about three months, five minutes at three months after surgery, slow progression for the first month then much faster. Ran a 26.8 mile training run just before Christmas, an official marathon in late January not much slower than my previous time (although nowhere near as fast as you), and a 34 mile hilly trail race in March. Was heading for Comrades until I stress fractured my pelvis 16 miles into the London Marathon...
What is really important is to do the physio exercises and make sure you get back to full range of motion in your ankle (I did the exercises but didn't quite regain full flexion/extension - that put my pelvis out of alignment, which led to the stress fracture). So I'd recommend that when you've been running for a few months and you're getting your mileage back up, you should go to a physio to be checked over for any imbalances.
If you've not been given exercises to do, ask if you can do these: http://www.royalberkshire.nhs.uk/patient-information-leaflets/physiotherapy-following-your-ankle-fracture-december-2014.htm
If you need advice over going through partial weight bearing (PWB) to full weight bearing (FWB) just ask and I'll give you the tips - in my experience the doctors just tell you to do it.