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Chasing 2:00

Sunday, January 13, 2013


It's now about seven weeks to my next HM where I'm going to try to break 2 hours. To do this, I will need to finish about 5 minutes faster than my first HM (nov 2012). This is a challenge laid down by my running buddy from 20 years back; we are training "vitually together" and will run the race together. It's a nice way to reconnect with an old friend and keep the challenge in our running!
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  • RASCALRACCOON
    I will be running my first half on 30th March - so excited! Here's to your kicking 2hrs butt! :)
    3051 days ago
  • PMRUNNER
    Good luck! I am sure you will get it!
    3080 days ago
  • BROOKLYN_BORN
    Nice to train with a buddy, virtual or otherwise. Good luck busting through the 2:00 mark. I just want to get back to that distance again.
    3080 days ago
  • SLENDERELLA61
    Best wishes for a great HM. An under 2 hour time would be awesome! Best wishes for your success. Bet you'll do it!!
    3082 days ago
  • no profile photo CD1139582
    I hope you can see this.

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    it's me in Runner's World back in 2010..my PR at the time was 2:05 and it took me 2 tries, but got it down under 2 hours with some dedicated speedwork.
    3082 days ago
  • CHARITY1973
    Ah, the allusive next finishing time. I admire 2:00. I tried in my last HM to cross the two hour hurdle but missed it by 4 minutes. Will admit to running harder than I ever have for two solid hours but more training required. But my first HM was 2:29 so I smoked up my previous years' result.

    I really wish you the best as I understand that desire to keep getting faster. I'm sure 7 weeks is plenty of time to build the endurance and speed you will need to improve by 5 minutes. And don't underestimate adrenalin on the day!
    3082 days ago
  • FITFOODIE806
    What a fun way I train! I hope the next 7 weeks are strong! And fun!!
    3082 days ago
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