Medium or long run ?

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5:48pm, 15 Feb 2013
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Gobi
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under 2hrs medium

Over 2.20 long

The bit in the middle is medium if I haven't reached 20 miles and long if I have
Feb 2013
8:28pm, 15 Feb 2013
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Phil70
I usually draw the line at 10 miles. A track athlete would place it a bit earlier; i.e. middle or long distance race.
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9:38pm, 15 Feb 2013
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DeeGee
I've just come back from a ten with a mate. He's running a marathon in ten days time, so I finished today with "That's your long run done for this week". Normally my long starts at 16, although if I'm doing a big week, I could do a medium long run at 16 in the midweek.

It's all to do with perspective.

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Does anyone have any ideas on the definition of a 'long run' versus a 'medium long run' ?

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