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Group Training Distance

It can be reassuring or downright terrifying to compare your training distance before a big race to your fellow runners. This graph is fun to look at, but don't assume too much from it. Excess running with no particular plan can leave you flat as a pancake on race day. Likewise, a lower training volume can be ok if you have planned your sessions well and have realistic goals.


Alternatively, click here to see your best attempts at this distance

To appear in this table, you need to add a prediction or outcome, log your training with us, and make your stats visible. In busier events, you will only see runners with similar goals to your own.

British 10k (1st Jul 2007) cumulative miles in the 26 weeks pre-race

This graph shows the rate at which runners accumulated miles in the build-up to the race.
User Prediction Outcome Race Pace Days Time Dist Training
Mazza aka Fitso 48:00 48:06 7:44/mi 77 42% 56h56 408mi 8:23/mi
aothen 50:00 48:07 7:45/mi 79 43% 75h22 496mi 9:07/mi
Argyle Boy 50:00 48:40 7:50/mi 30 16% 15h32 118mi 7:52/mi
Guesty 48:00 49:30 7:58/mi 64 35% 59h55 412mi 8:43/mi
Simontr 49:44 8:00/mi 61 34% 39h24 273mi 8:40/mi
goingbackwards 54:43 8:48/mi 41 23% 39h47 277mi 8:37/mi
Mauja 1:00:00 1:02:00 9:59/mi 3 2% 1h14 9mi 7:58/mi
Listy 1:02:13 10:01/mi 30 16% 22h39 130mi 10:28/mi
_Pre_ 1:25:00 1:13:19 11:48/mi 52 29% 50h06 260mi 11:34/mi
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