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what should be my marathon pace?

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Oct 2013
10:29pm, 10 Oct 2013
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Gobi
jacdaw - the logic is basically 6 + 20

Ideal day is 2 x half + 6 but worst case is plus 20 mins

Any worse than that and a total failure to do your distance work properly
Oct 2013
11:27pm, 10 Oct 2013
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Bez-head
You know it's always good to have more views. But V your Darcy comment is below you. Ok I focused on Triathlon now it irritates me and I want to improve.
Oct 2013
11:35pm, 10 Oct 2013
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Bez-head
Advice sought and V is a little bit detrimental there I feel. So it's up to me to do it. Full stop.
Oct 2013
11:35pm, 10 Oct 2013
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Bez-head
I will
Oct 2013
3:04pm, 30 Oct 2013
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Bez-head
That calculator proved useful. Trying to identify my current pace was difficult following triathlon training. Only real long run was kielder marathon in 4.25. Predictor based on half marathon time was 8.47 min mile.

I stuck with that for Town Moor marathon and completed in 3.51 which worked out as 8.50 min mile pace.
Now to stop eating and build on that And improve :-)

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