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HELP how do I pace a sub 3:05 marathon?

Posted: Yesterday at 19:13

Well done the sub 3:05 - the fact we all want to know is how you paced it!?

Your time for a first marathon is great so I am sure you will run sub 3 next time.

Race to the stones 2016

Posted: 02/05/2016 at 19:43

Hello all - now I have got London marathon out of way it is time to focus on 100k non-stop RTTS. Last year I dipped my toe in the murky waters of ultras and ran 50 miles in about 7:20 but expect RTTS will be hillier and warmer so pace will be slower.

Any ideas on what sort of food/drink will be at the aid stations?

Sub 3

Posted: 02/05/2016 at 17:38

Welcome the newbies.

AlanB -nice 10,000m

Padams - great running especially with a tough last few miles.

I was at the Parkrun to witness a sprightly DanA run 17:xx - though I was loitering about, sipping a coffee and nursing a hangover.

I did manage to go do a 4 hour hike yesterday and 7 miles today, partly with Dan (I promise I am not stalking him - we just live nearby!). Back on the beer again this week so running can wait a few more days.

CW - what is the plan for Wings of Life race?

ES - good to hear your mojo is returning and Wardi is making progress

1996 Results

Posted: 30/04/2016 at 19:54

The results can be found here for previous years but only allows you to search for name and year rather than review all results:

https://www.virginmoneylondonmarathon.com/en-gb/shopping/shop/performance-running-range/product/one-million-t-shirt/

 

Sub 3

Posted: 25/04/2016 at 19:48

Hiroto -it was great to meet you. Well done on your PB. Also well done on drinking warm beer outside a freezing pub, something I expect which you are not use to in Singapore. Have a good flight home.

TR - wow that is some improvement for LMH. I am reassured that improvements can still be made at 49, as I will be that next year.

Wardi - the tube journey sounds a nightmare. It makes me even appreciate more what our supporters go through.

Just looked at the stats and I passed 162 and was passed by 69 - I had assumed it was more even than that.

Sub 3

Posted: 25/04/2016 at 10:45

Great to catch up with lots of you at the Red Lion yesterday. Some amazing runs by lots of you as ever.

I managed to get round in 2:58:02 - was hoping and expecting to go a bit quicker but nothing in legs - though I did manage a sprint at the end in the vain attempt to get under 2:58 but to no avail. I should not be too disappointed as it is actually my quickest London time - first one was 3:25 in 1996!

I hear we get a free burger at GBK if we present our medal today - so I know where I am a having lunch  

Sub 3

Posted: 22/04/2016 at 20:02

Selbs, TJB - I will hopefully catch up with you at FGFA and the rest of thread in the Red Lion.

CC2 - really sorry to hear your sad news, I hope you have a good run. Plus you can have my moisturiser. I have considered using it my cat but I think he may object.

Sub 3

Posted: 21/04/2016 at 19:21

ES sorry to hear of your injury woes but at least you now appear to have a firm diagnosis. I was wondering earlier what you were up to as I do remember your storming run last year and drinks at Red Lion.

Nice big flag PP - lets hope the wind dies down.

Sub 3

Posted: 20/04/2016 at 20:10

I remember well TJB. We then randomly met again straight after the race when you asked me about my banana! Sorry I missed your post earlier as I was at expo at same time. Had a good chat with Dan and few other non-formites.

I am working from  home tomorrow so looking forward to some leisurely  carbo loading.

The weather forecast looks like a chilly one then. 

Sub 3

Posted: 17/04/2016 at 18:39

Ryan Snell #864  A) Sub 2:30  B) PB (2:34:20)
TippTop #754 (I think) - A) keep up with Dachs and unleash my stunning sprint finish up The Mall B) Just get it done and go to the pub
CD #773 - I'll put down my usual sub 2:40 target, but as long as I finish without running like a numpty I'll be OK with that.  If that turns out to be 2:4X then so be it.
PhilPub #22011 A) 2:58:59 B) 2:59:00 C) 2:59:01
Dachs #1272 - A) 2:35 B) 2:37 C) 2:39:59
The Jimbob #30926 A) 2.59.59 B) sub3.04.12sb C) sub3.05.22cb
Joolska #210 (A) 2.46.59 or better; (B) 2.47.59; (C) 2.48.59
Selbs (A) sub 2:40 (B) PB (C) sub 2:45
CharlieW #762 (A) 2:39:59 (B) 2:42:00 (C) 2:44:59
TickTock #30655 (A) 2:54:59 (B) 2:57:29 (C) 2:59:59

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