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There are plenty of 10 - mile racesa round for you to experiment with speed. Follow our advice below and we guarantee you ‘l l get hooked!


10 miles is a long way if you’re under-prepared. If training hasn’t gone as you hoped, break the race down and try a run-walk strategy instead. Even one minute of walking every mile can make it go much more smoothly. Walk when you’ve decided to as part of your strategy. Don’t wait until you feel like you HAVE to walk.

Ask a runner to rattle offtheir race times and you’ll often get their 5K, 10K, half marathon and sometimes a marathon PB in return. Seldom will you hear a 10-mile race mentioned. Perhaps it’s because it’s not a distance we see at the Olympics or World Championships that the 10-miler often gets overlooked as a race distance in its own right, and it’s used instead as a training race for half and full marathons.

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