tokyo running days

A marathoner / newbie triathlete's training blog.

Monday, November 20

Very quick report of Tokyo Women's Marathon.

3:10:07, 51 second PB.

0-5k 22:14
-10k 44:39 (22:25)
-15k 1:06:40 (22:01)
-20k 1:28:44 (22:04)
Half 1:33:36
-25k 1:50:52 (22:06)
-30k 2:13:37 (22:45)
-35k 2:36:33 (22:56)
-40k 3:00:19 (23:46)
-42.2k 3:10:07 (9:46)

Many thanks to all who supported us at the roadside and sent me encouraging messages. Under the harsh weather condition, your support literally kept me going through to the finish line.

Detailed report will follow in a few days.


At November 20, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Congratulations Mika! What a gutsy performance in tough conditions. You looked so strong and relaxed at 29k with your big smile despite the rain and headwind. You must have been passing many other runners with these splits.

At November 20, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

congrats Mika, job well done in these awfull conditions. Your su-3 should be just around the corner... just need to feel good on a good day in a good race :-) !

At November 20, 2006, Blogger captain229 said...

Good Job!
You run almost even pace. It was great paerformace.Especialy,you run 9:46 for last 2.2km. It's a wonderful.

At November 21, 2006, Blogger oldsprinter said...

Well done! 3.10 in any conditions is great, but 3.10 in that weather yesterday is brilliant. - Gordon

At November 21, 2006, Blogger mika t. said...

Jay, Arnaud, Yoshida-san and Gordon, thank you so much! 3:10 at Nagoya might have been a fluke, but 3:10 this time is the solid one I think, and that's what now I am pretty happy about.

Jay, yes, although I slowed down after I saw you at 29k, I passed many runners and that gave me motivation to finish hard.

Yoshida-san, one of my target is to run as hard as possible at the last 2.2k and break 10 min.

Arnaud and Yoshida-san, gambatte for Ohtawara. It's your turn now!


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