10803 total / 1016 in 2016

PB's - 5km 18:52, 5m 31:44, 10km 38:48, Half 1:26:04, Mara 3:06:14 (Manchester 2015). Goal is sub-3 (2017). Next race: Boston 2016 (18th April)

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  • 31 miles
  • 02:43 time
  • 1940 calories
  • 2 workouts
  • This Week time period


  1. RUN
    good Recovery/GA (7m) 6.9 mi 00:57 08:13 pace

    Nice to be out running again following a bit of a break post-VLM. A little on the pacy side for a Recovery run; legs feeling it a bit after a hard session on the smart trainer yesterday; really enj... read more

    • Emma B.
      Emma B.

      looking so strong elliot

      about 11 hours ago Like

    • Daniela

      Excellent recovery run! The time after major races is always difficult for me too.... the only cure is signing up for more ;)

      about 11 hours ago Like

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  3. RUN
    alright Brentwood Parkrun (5km) 3.08 mi 00:19 06:09 pace

    First run back since London after a week away travelling with work. Was head to head with John until he surprisingly caved in up the final hill and ended up first finisher by a few seconds. Slow bu... read more

  4. RUN
    good London Marathon 2016 [course PB] 26.32 mi 03:14 07:22 pace

    Don't know how my legs did it but extremely pleased with today. A course PB by over 17 minutes, a new "official" PB seeing as my Manchester 2015 3:06 is now scrubbed due to the cours... read more

    • Erin

      Whaaaaat???! What happened to Manchester?!!

      Anyway - holy crap, Elliot! What an amazing week you've had!! Looking forward to the RR. incredible work!

      10 days ago Like1 person

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    • Michelle H.
      Michelle H. Great Performance
      Great Performance:

      You are phenomenal Elliot! What an amazing runner you are. Congratulations on a superb race and especially qualifying for Chicago. Celebrate well, you deserve it.

      10 days ago

    • Erin C.
      Erin C.

      Wow. Don't know how you did it. Super impressive just after Boston!!!!πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌπŸ‘πŸΌ

      7 days ago Like

  5. Shared Photo

    Probably my favourite Boston photo & I'm probably going to have to fork out silly money to get the original of this. This was 20+ miles in, I was in a *lot* of pain...but the Boston crowd ... read more

  6. RUN
    alright Post-Boston, Pre-London recov... 5.01 mi 00:42 08:17 pace

    A bit of a test run to see...well, if I could actually run! Answer, yes....was it entirely comfortable, no. My right ham and left thigh are still quite sore. So jury still out but knowing me of cou... read more

  7. Boston Marathon 2016 - Race Review (very long)

    It would've been quite easy to be disappointed with my time in Boston on Monday g... read more

    • Fiona M.
      Fiona M.

      Now THAT is a race report! Thank you Elliot, so vivid and well written and detailed. I find the HR part utterly fascinating as I am learning so much about my own and am slowly getting really in touch with it, I can understand how it was very key to you having a safe marathon. I haven't read of one person who hit their goals, even those who have done it before. Well done for getting to Boston and finishing a tough race!

      14 days ago Like1 person

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    • Erin C.
      Erin C.

      Finally had a chance to read this report- well done!!!! I know the weather was hot by British standards (my husband was complaining too), and I do think that (along with the headwind ) slowed a lot of folks down. To me, it felt prefect....but I'm used to running in really hot weather and I had the advantage of coming from 6,000 feet to sea level for Boston which always feels amazing. AdamandErin I ran together starting from my corral, and decided to just take it easy and have fun. I've been

      7 days ago Like

    • Erin C.
      Erin C.

      Doing 20-25 mile weeks for months and Adams longest run was 10 we weren't even sure we'd finish! I expected a 4:15-4:20, so was thrilled to get a 3:50!!!

      Excellent job out there. I agree- Boston is my favorite marathon (haven't done London though) and I'll come back as much as I can!

      7 days ago Like

  8. RUN
    good 2M @ Goal Marathon Pace (7:05) 2.01 mi 00:14:10 07:03 pace

    Final speed session before Boston and the usual 2 mile test of my target goal marathon pace. I aimed for 7:05, which should equate to 3:05 marathon. Overall felt fairly comfortable though I did hav... read more

  9. RUN
    alright Vo2 Max: 3x1mile, 3:15 recs (... 7.39 mi 00:56 07:37 pace

    Tough session & I never seem to get calm conditions when I have a track effort! A strong, blustery wind made it hard work around the 1st bend & while the track was dry it was also quite rut... read more

    • Emma B.
      Emma B.

      Happy taper Elliot and your training I feel is a lot more intense this year with bigger results hence why you may feel this is a disappointment I'd say it's classic sign it's taper time c go smash it

      28 days ago Like1 person

    • Elliot W.
      Elliot W.

      Thanks Emma - my training has been longer 18weeks vs 12 weeks last year but a bit less intense + less mileage you say, I've had some bigger race results Hard to say how I compare to last year but I'll soon find out!!

      28 days ago Like

    • Emma B.
      Emma B.

      Oh yea you will! I the rest of us can see what's coming :) huge results this year Elliot! Don't forget that :) now go smash it

      28 days ago Like

    • Michelle H.
      Michelle H.

      Those stats are so bloody impressive. Enjoy your taper and good luck with your race.

      25 days ago Like

  10. RUN
    alright Recovery w/8*100m strides (7.6m) 7.66 mi 01:04 08:22 pace

    Bit sluggish off the blocks but the strides woke me up. Avg HR of 127 seems to indicate I've got the impromptu marathon out of my system. Hard speed session tomorrow! read more