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  • 10 miles
  • 01:20 time
  • 07:57 pace
  • 1026 calories
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  • 0 ft climb
  • 0 max hr
  • 0 avg hr
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KSU 10.01 mi 01:20 07:57 pace

haven't run any long runs since I sprained my ankle a couple of weeks ago and figured I better seeing how I have 2 and half weeks left before my half. 1 mi wu in 8:45 then 7 mi at 7:35 /mi pace with 2 mi cd. Felt good at that pace even though I have 15 more seconds to shave off. Considering the double yesterday I am happy with it.

  • Jeff H.
    Jeff H.

    Nice run!

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Autum G.
    Autum G.

    Wow your pace is amazing!

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    Thanks!

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Burt K.
    Burt K.

    Great job buddy. I don't think that ankle is going to slow you down one bit and I'm still looking for a 1:35 from you at Seaside!

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • R
    R

    Great run, Sang! To answer the question you had in your comment on my workout, my goal for my half next weekend is sub-1:40. Looks like you're shooting for faster for your race.

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    2 weeks ago I was thinking 1:35 if all fell into place but I sprained my ankle and still not ther but my original goal was/is 1:38. I ran 1:40:51 at the Publix last march for my first hm. Which one are you running?

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • R
    R

    Locomotive Half in Kennesaw on Sunday, then the Publix Half next month.

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    That is awesome! Looks like you are on pace to beak your goal. Short turnaround between the two!

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Michelle D.
    Michelle D.

    Wow on that pace. Glad you are back.

    almost 3 years ago Like1 person

  • Corrie
    Corrie

    That's awesome, especially after having a sprained ankle! Good luck on your half :)

    almost 3 years ago Like1 person

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    @Stephanie, thanks! Just trying to keep improve a little at a time. Still not ready to tackle a full marathon but that day is coming. Which one are you running?

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Laura J
    Laura J

    Nice pace! Go easy on that ankle! :)

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    Thanks Laura! I will tomorrow is a cycling day, so now weight bearing cardio.

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Steph N.
    Steph N.

    Well with stats like that, whenever you do decide you're ready for a full, you'll be one of those crazy sub-3 elite runners!

    I am running the River Towns marathon in Danville, PA on May 5th, but I'm horribly slow. I was never a runner, and never thought I would be, so I figure if I can complete 26.2 miles at ANY pace, I'll be thrilled. Your numbers are great motivation, though!

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Sang Y.
    Sang Y.

    Well you are a runner now! Seeing how I have never run longer than 13.1 miles, I have a long way to go but thanks again for the encouraging words.

    almost 3 years ago Like1 person

  • The Thin Seeker
    The Thin Seeker

    That's a good run but don't over do it on the ankle. I have experienced that same injury and did too much on it too soon and it never healed properly. Now I get an ache and some throbbing when I do too much on it and I have to constantly crack/pop it as it feels jarred.

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Jana D.
    Jana D.

    wow! you are fast :)

    almost 3 years ago Like

  • Steph N.
    Steph N. You're an Inspiration
    You're an Inspiration:

    Back to back 10's at sub 8:00mpm? Good lord, I'm impressed and very humbled! Great work! :)

    almost 3 years ago