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Half marathon to Marathon training

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Sep 2018
12:03pm, 25 Sep 2018
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jdarun
3 is probably "get round" level but I'd say you can do a pretty good marathon on 4 runs per week if you structure it well. I first went sub-3 on less than that (and only improved to 2:48 subsequently on much higher mileage, it's not like I'm Steve Way). But more is always better.
Oct 2019
9:06pm, 8 Oct 2019
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Gazza
Well it happened eventually. Ran my 1st marathon at chester on sunday. Great experience despite being struck down with hamstring cramp at mile 22.
Oct 2019
9:12pm, 8 Oct 2019
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larkim
Congratulations!!
Oct 2019
10:09pm, 8 Oct 2019
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roberton
Hurray, we’ll done gazza!

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Maintained by Gazza
On sunday I ran my second half marathon (previous one was 2016) in 01:45:30.

I did 8 weeks traini...

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