Manhattan Weekend Run

This is a past event

41 people went

Every week on Saturday until May 31, 2019

Time Warner Atrium Entrance

Broadway/59th St-Columbus Circle Subway: A/B/C/D/1 · Manhattan, NY

How to find us

During nice weather, we will be waiting right outside TWC!

Location image of event venue

Details

Weekend runs are typically reserved for long runs often ranging from 12 to 20 miles, depending on the training plan. Every week features a different route, which will be posted a day or two prior. Runners are welcome to start earlier and/or cut out for their own needs. The route is provided to plan your exit or continuation strategies.

This Saturday is also the day of our Track Meet, so the route will take us to the track (at mile 4, and at the end at mile 12). Please check the order of events to make sure that you are not missing an event by joining us at TWC (5k starts around 8:30am, and the mile will start at the earliest 10am).
https://www.mapmyrun.com/routes/view/2492351104
Come join, maybe run an event or two, and partake in the festivities afterwards!
Track meet:
https://www.meetup.com/dashing-whippets/events/257514067/
Post track pints:
https://www.meetup.com/dashing-whippets/events/261074604/

PACING BUCKETS
When RSVPing, we ask all of you to think about where you fall in the following buckets for your long run paces:
6C – 6:45 to 7:00
7A – 7:05 to 7:20
7B – 7:25 to 7:40
7C – 7:45 to 8:00
8A – 8:05 to 8:20
8B – 8:25 to 8:40
8C – 8:45 to 9:00
9A – 9:05 to 9:20
9B – 9:25 to 9:40
9C – 9:45 to 10:00
10A – 10:05 to 10:20
10B – 10:25 to 10:40
10C – 10:45 to 11:00

When splitting up for the pace groups, we’ll do it in big buckets of 6/7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 pace, and from that point on, we will ask you to identify each other in the sub-buckets of A, B or C. When you bucket yourself for a run, please try to stay within that range for a good portion of the run and help each other during the run. If you are doing a progression, please announce that you are splitting off so others who weren’t expecting faster paces don’t follow.

Getting consistent pacing representation across a wide range is extremely difficult but it has to be a collective effort. Please RSVP to the meetups if you’re going to show up even if you are a regular. Please comment with expected distance and pace bucket!