Several months ago I signed up for a 10k in memory of my best friend who passed away earlier this year. I had walked more than 7 miles often before (albeit very slowly) so was pretty happy I could get through it (I checked first if I had to run all the way!) I then started on the C25k and though found the first week or two not too bad have struggled with some of the longer runs. With time getting short (race is on Sunday!) I have spent last couple of weeks doing 10k in burst of running and fairly fast walking and have got the time down to an average 7.5min/km. At least 3km of my training route is up a really steep hill so just wondering if I might be able to make a better time on the day (I'm told the route is mainly downhill!) and can anyone tell me what is a reasonable time for a 10k? Just want to do the best I can!
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