Standfirst: The target for weeks 1-4 of your 15-week scheduleAuthor:Pics:Issue date: Feb-May01 / xref Ultimate schedsKeywords:uan120--A time-targetted 10K or 5-mile race (Week 4)Why: The marathons main requirement is stamina, but many of the worlds
No looking back!Welcome to the Runner's World race-week index. Whether you've been training for this all year, or you've just entered tomorrow's race after a drunken bet last night, we're here to do you proud.Frankly, the final week is a time
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Most top track middle-distance runners tend to reach their peak between their fourth and seventh race of the season, and track world records are more likely to be set in July than May. For them, the best way of training is to race the distance
runners - it can be the perfect beginner's distance or a testing time trial. Whether you're a beginner aiming to get round or a regular runner, we've got schedules that'll see you to 5K in 6 - 12 weeks. Find a 5K schedule10K The UK's most popular race
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