Men's Health Forum Scotland 10k

  • Rated 76%
  • 10k
  • Road
Entrants (27) Club PB SB Pred Time WAVA
@smiffy_73 Unaffiliated 56:33
_bod_ Position 26.  Started well enough, struggled from Pollok Park onwards.  Great conditions for racing, good support along the way.  Well done everyone who ran today. Unaffiliated 35:57 36:24 37:46 70.77
ali_ke Sale Harriers Manchester 37:38 40:33 42:31 64.73
briandarroch Kilmarnock Harriers & AC, scottish athletics 42:28 44:51 45:58 59.18
bumblefoot Unaffiliated 34:48 37:07 37:07 71.98
ChristopheD Bellahouston Road Runners 41:20 46:32 48:46 54.78
dandyd Chip time to be confirmed Unaffiliated 1:06:10 1:06:10 1:05:00 1:06:10 46.58
douls Unaffiliated 48:02 48:02 59:59 50:41 54.68
Fan E Baws Springburn Harriers, Royal Mail Run GMC 35:56 36:02 37:18 71.63
Gordo 8 secs outside PB but after two awful races in May I'm very happy with time. Felt strong throughout race helped by running with Laurence for first 4k and great support all along the way.  Great event which I thoroughly enjoyed - never thought I'd say that about a 10K!!! jogscotland 49:13 50:35 51:15 51:41 58.62
grammcen Motherwell AC, Royal Mail Run GMC 39:32 42:06 50:00 46:04 58.34
Hein Unaffiliated 43:30 44:07 44:07 60.77
Jamis Unaffiliated 42:54 42:54 44:00 61.28
jiminy cricket First 10k, sprung on me by Son No2 who did a sterling job of coaching me round in under an hour.  I think I've caught the clyderunners 52:58 59:32 59:32 56.13
jw1992 Unaffiliated 51:21 51:21 51:21 54.39
larrry I got 50mins49sec - DAMN IT still not beat 50mins this year- surely one day it must come!!! The older I get, the more unlikely it is becoming as not only am I getting grey and stooping, my legs seem to be getting shorter.
Too many beers last night might have been something to do with it.  They say that you are supposed to carbo load the night before and silly me thought that lager contained all the carbs that I needed..... TENTATIVE Giffnock North AAC 47:25 49:45 49:59 50:47 59.16
McNomad Bellahouston Road Runners 41:07 42:58 44:00 42:58 63.65
Miles Monroe I'm very pleased with that. Really held back to make sure of not knackering myself early on.This is mince compared to the Unaffiliated 42:50 55:48 1:00:00 55:48 55.23
minutehunter Unaffiliated 38:20 38:31 38:31 69.36
northern soul Bellahouston Road Runners 35:56 35:56 35:56 75.70
radioworx ah... excuses. Started like a train with the first couple of km at 5.15 pace.

At KM four started to feel a little uncomfortable. Stopped for a pee in the bushes about 4.5km.

Thereafter fairly solid and fine but felt all the energy drain out of me after 7km.

Did my usual barnstorming finish.

Disappointed to fall short, but to be honest I needed to have trained more. In future I will.

Still, on the bright side I had more in the tank at the end. Just that flat point at 7k that did me in. Should've eaten something before the race?

Desperate to get out and do another now.

Really well organised race and a good venue. Two parks (bellahouston and Pollok) with lots of shade. One longish hill in pollok park, but nothing too scary. Unaffiliated 53:32 57:46 56:00 57:46 49.91
rleyton This was the first race I ran after taking up running. Ran it in just under 55 minutes, which I was delighted with. 9 months later, my PB is 10 minutes better, so it'd be great to think I could break the 45 PB time at this race. UPDATE:  Oh dear, it didn't work out in the end, so soz for all the lost bets! I ended up struggling a lot more in Pollok park than I'd anticipated, and didn't recover as much time on the downhill sections. My first ever loose shoelace didn't help matters. All in all, not particularly happy not to have pushed my PB, but perhaps not the best course to have aimed for that. But, I intend to get below 45:00 this year at some point, so watch this space!  Bellahouston Road Runners 43:47 45:01 44:59 46:23 58.13
Rombo Shettleston Harriers 34:38 40:49 40:49 65.46
Slacker Runner Bellahouston Road Runners 40:57 45:11 45:44 62.04
Snake Doctor Scottish Prison Service AAC 42:28 46:28 48:12 57.50
Ulric 5k splits were 22:50/21:50
Disappointed at first but on reflection and studying the Polar HRM data, a good tactical race. Position in the starting line just got me off at exactly the right pace and reached race pace after a minute of two. Not confident enough yet to push all the way but was strong in second half. Unaffiliated 32:56 44:40 44:40 64.54
Yano TENTATIVE Unaffiliated 39:32 45:10

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