Summer Track 2016 PRs

Another summer track season has come and gone and this year I was running with power. Below are my PRs from this year’s events with previous years’ PRs in parentheses:

  • 100m: 13.6s (12.7s)
  • 200m: 28.54s (27.69s)
  • 400m: 1:05 (1:03)
  • 800m: 2:30 (2:31)
  • 1,000m: 3:17 (3:19)
  • 1,500m: 5:19 (5:21)
  • 1 Mile: 5:44 (5:51)
  • 3,000m: 11:41 (11:39)
  • 5,000m: N/A (20:14)
  • 10,000m: N/A (44:15)

I didn’t focus on any of the sprint events this season and only “raced” the 800m-3,000m, where I mostly saw improvement. One takeaway is that, if I’m going to go for a PR in a longer track race (3,000m or 5,000m), I need to do it earlier in the season, when it is still cooler. Once the weather reaches peak heat/humidity, the prospect of sustaining PR pace for more than 10 minutes after two hours of other events (The longest distance races are always at the end of the night.) becomes less and less likely.

Published by Bryan Guido Hassin

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