>Running 101>how does X country times compare to road?
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Orion Goals: 5k 18:30 10K 38:00 Marathon 3:10
For 5ks there is usually a two minute difference, at least for most of our team;For a 10-k I would say there is a 4min diff. probably-you would run 4 min faster.
Ricky —our ability to perform up to our physiological potential in a race is determined by whether or not we truly psychologically believe that what we are attempting is realistic. Anton Krupicka
I have not done many races, but my latest I did tonight was a tough X country and I shave 35 seconds off my PB. It was 10k over an undulating course, a toughy for me. I did it 46:14.
The thing I want to know is what are your thoughts on how fast I will be able to do a 10k road race compared to this? Is there any general sort of rule, knock x amount of minutes off or something?
BTW, the course record was broken also tonight by 2 minutes. He did it in 34:24, outstanding!
Blaine Moore (MM#2867)
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