Yearly Infographic Questions

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Dec 2019
12:45pm, 21 Dec 2019
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K5 Gus
Following on from today's challenge was looking again at the yearly infographic and have a couple of questions :

1. Where is it picking up the Annual Target from ? Mine shows 2000 miles, but on this page it is 1750 miles which is what I expected it to be ( it was 2000 earlier in the year, but I changed it a few weeks ago to 1750 after a period of injury).

2. The fastest times for all the distances with the graphics of the gold cups - 2 of my cups ( 5 miles and marathon ) have a red streak on them, what does that signify ? Things I've considered and discounted - pbs, set within a longer run
Dec 2019
7:21am, 23 Dec 2019
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I believe the red lightning strike is to signify that this is a race result rather than a 'benchmark' from within a run.
Dec 2019
7:50am, 23 Dec 2019
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K5 Gus
Hmm, thanks for reply but doesn't seem to tally with my runs westmoors - my 10k and Half times shown above were set at 10k and half marathon races. I didn't run a 5 mile or marathon race, although both these were set during longer races.

I've sent feedback yesterday, more regards the Annual Target as that actually looks "wrong"

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