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Sub 80 min Half Marathon Support

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6:16pm, 26 Feb 2015
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I ran 35:28 @ Loch Ness 10k (which is net downhill so probably worth ~36:00 on the flat) then just under 79 minutes about a month later - so yes I would agree that mid to high 36:xx for 10k is going to be a good indicator.
8:30pm, 26 Feb 2015
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I have never managed a good half and 10k close to one another, more down to scheduling than anything else. At my best I run a 10k in 36.3x so that mark would be there or there abouts.

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