(it seems that my chip wasn't noted at the 5k and 20k markers)
|DETAILED CLASSIFICATION AND TIMES: KNIGHTLEY, DEANNA LYNNE- (dorsal n º 3683)|
timed event by: [ MyLap ]
|CLASSIFICATION||TIME||PERIOD||POSITION||DISTANCE||MEDIA BY KM||SPEED|
|OFFICIAL TIME||4:36:01||...||5359||42,195k||6:32||9.17 km / h|
|REAL TIME||4:31:55||00:04:06||5344||42,195k||6:27||9.31 km / h|
|TIME at 10k||1:06:06||1:02:00||5553||10k||6:12||9.68 km / h|
|TIME at 15k||1:37:14||00:31:08||5553||15k||6:14||9.64 km / h|
|TIME at 25k||2:40:22||1:03:08||5519||25k||6:19||9.50 km / h|
|Time at 30k||3:13:04||00:32:42||5492||30k||6:32||9.17 km / h|
|TIME at 35k||3:46:38||00:33:34||5445||35k||6:43||8.94 km / h|
|TIME at 40k||4:21:40||00:35:02||5382||40k||7:00||8.56 km / h|
|TIME at 42k||4:36:01||00:14:21||5359||42,195k||6:32||9.18 km / h|
Not bad considering the heat..but you did start out a bit too fast though.ReplyDelete
The last 2k looks like it was brutal. My hat is off to you.
Heat is one of the reasons I'm not sure I want to run Chicago. They have *such* dangerously hot race days every other year it seems.
I know I went off a little fast and that was because I was running with some really cool Spanish people and having a fantastic time :-)ReplyDelete
Good luck with CIM!!
The marathon splits were the same for all the runners........I estimated my splits in 5k, 20k and halfmarathon with my clockReplyDelete