- Oct 15, 2015
So based on my estimates that would be a 1:46 10 miler or 2:22 HM for corral D of the Disney Marathon.Ok, squad. I'm playing with the idea of doing the Disney Marathon in January. It'll be my first marathon and I really want to hit the proof of time requirements to get into corral D. I'm thinking a 10 miler might work best for me, rather than aiming for a really fast half marathon, especially with the time frame I have right now. Any advice?
Can you run a mile in 8:54? That's about the pre-requisite speed of a 1:46 10 miler. If you can run a mile in 8:54, then you've got the speed and need the endurance. If you can't run a mile in 8:54, then you need to work on speed and endurance to be able to hit a Corral D placement.How feasible is reaching my goal of a fast enough 10 mile race for proof of time for the marathon?
The question comes back as, "How bad do you want it?"