So I did this race last year, and decided to run it again this year as it was a good run last time. I had it in my head that it was a really fast course, perfect for setting my 10k PB, which I did last year and wanted to again this year.
My training has been going well, I have only had 2 days off running over the Christmas period, I have been at or over 80km/week for a couple of months, and have pushed on to over 110km last week and this week. I went into this one thinking that a 36:30 should be possible, though I didn’t taper at all for the race.
I’d luckily met Christian Hafner in the supermarket a few days ago, and he offered to drive me to the start. We got there really early, like 1h10 before the start, which on a cold day could have caused problems! I was getting ready when I saw the frequent winner of the race – Martin Skalsky – dressed in shorts. I decided that I too should wear shorts, a good decision in the end, even though it was about 2 degrees and slightly snowing. Continue reading “Lindenseelauf 2016 – 10km Race – PB”