Rambling the Front Range of Colorado and Beyond
Nice work. Hope to close the gap on ya next time.
I really thought you were gonna get it Mike! Looked like you slowed at the start of the last turn, but then picked it up on the homestretch. The meet on 8/6 should get you under though, right?
1500 then. Sub 4:40 to end any arguments.
PG, your observations in the video were spot on -- slowed down too much in turns 3 and 4 (being conservative for a kick, but too conservative, and not enough kick!)Hope to be back on 8/16 for the next mile (unless in Pbville already), hope to bring some FC folks too.GZ: Close the gap! 4:58 and 4:59!
I was looking at MN state running records for men my age. Don't think many other states have 50 year-olds doing 2:35 marathons or 4:41 miles. Yikes!
MN definitely has a great road scene and great recordkeeping.Seeing your recent post, FWIW, I ran a few hours alongside John Maas during his first 100 at Lean Horse (my first 50). Steady and very nice guy, I think pretty much an adult onset runner.