Hi all, just to let you know it wasn't a fluke that I had run 10k before. Ran on Monday in 1:04:55 an improvement by a whole 5 seconds over 10k. It felt ok I am consciously not trying to push the pace I am just trying to run the 10k at a pace where I can finish it, I am hoping as with the c25k times will improve naturally as I hope to get fitter. The by product of the 10k is that in the last couple of weeks in the build up to 10k I have noticed my swimming is improving, I think because my CV (cardio vascular) system is working better I am not tiring as much on my 1.6k swim. Anyway happy running out there and don't get blown over by the wind!