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Marathon Prediction White Paper

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Jun 2019
9:56am, 4 Jun 2019
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And it's predicting 4.01.03 for the Beer Lovers Marathon - I sincerely hope not, I'm hoping to be as close to the cut-off (6.30) as possible!
Jun 2019
9:57am, 4 Jun 2019
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I've just checked my whole list and the prediction is a minimum of half an hour out for each marathon. Now does that say something about the prediction or something about my shite running?
Jun 2019
10:08am, 4 Jun 2019
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Fragile Do Not Bend
Minardi - I’ve cone to the conclusion that we aren’t the sort of runners that Tanda was interested in studying 😅
Jun 2019
10:10am, 4 Jun 2019
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Something tells me you might be right FDNB :-)
Jun 2019
9:37am, 6 Jun 2019
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It’s quite close for the only marathon I’ve done any sort of decent training for. 3:40:15 prediction, 3:43:30 actual. And if I’d set off at 3:40 pace rather than 3:30 pace, might have fared better in the second half of the race.
Jun 2019
11:59am, 6 Jun 2019
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Way, way too optimistic for me! Think you're right FDNB!

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I was pointed at the following publication from Giovanni Tanda at the University of Genova:


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