I ran the Bupa London 10000 on Monday in 60:27. My previous (and only other) 10k was in March, when I got 67:01.
I'd like to take advantage of the preferred entry I've been offered for next year's London 10000, but don't have a clue what my predicted time would be by then. Two months ago, when I entered this year's, I knew I wanted to beat 60 mins (so close!) so I put that. In a year, I don't know where I'll be.
My next major race is the Bupa Great South Run at the end of October; I also hope to do the MK Half next March, again before the London 10000.
Any suggestions for a semi-realistic target to aim for in a 10k a year away? You're not able to change them once you've applied. Thanks.