PRMC running times to hit

Ty

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Hey guys. So I finally decided to buy a damn stop watch, to see how Im doing on my runs. I was pretty gutted to find out I need a lot more work :-(.

What are the numbers you need to pass on the 3 miler at Lympstone ?. Im running a dirt trail, with no hills really. Im running 3.1 Miles in about 24.30. So I have a lot of damn work to do.
 

Mr T

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1st 1.5mile in 12min 30 as a squad

then last 1.5mile best effort in under 10min Individual effort
 

alan wilson

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well its the 1st 1.5 mile in 12:30......then best effort in...in no more than 10:30

total 23 mins.
 

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I it 10 min 30? damn I ve been training to get it under 10 minutes! oh well not such a bad thing

Sorry for the inaccurate info :)
 

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Its 3 miles in 22 minutes and 30 seconds, so the first half is run as a group in approx 12.5 minutes and the second half is best effort so you have less than 10 mins to complete this.
 

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Thanks for all the info boys. Im *text deleted* have to dig in, and pull my socks up. I have plenty of time to increase my pace and stride, so I shouldn't worry as much as I have been.

Thanks again !!. Plus any tips are welcomed as well.
 

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3 mile run: This is the first physical test of Day 1. The 3 mile run is split into 2 parts. The first 1.5 mile is run as a squad in a time of 12 min 30 sec. The second 1.5 mile is conducted as a best effort timed run - you will be expected to complete this 1.5 mile in as quick a time as you possibly can. Any one taking longer than 10 min 30 sec will fail the course. Remember all physical activities on the PRMC commence with an appropriate warm up - train accordingly.
That was copied from ninja's latest PRMC Briefing
 

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neee worries...i can blitz 10 mins...

like i say the quicker the better
 
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