Bupa 10,000: some more stats

Bupa has published the unofficial results from today’s race. Here’s how I fared.

Overall, I came 511th out of 6,079 (8.4%), I was the 468th male out of 3,266 (14.3%) and came 86th out of 1,135 (7.6%) in my 30-34 age group. (That means 43 women beat me, btw.) My official time was 45m 39s, with 5km splits of 22m 32s and 23m 7s respectively, making my second half 2.6% slower than the first. I certainly felt that.


4 Responses to “Bupa 10,000: some more stats”

  1. Paul Mc on May 26th, 2008 11:14

    Well done Dan, and good luck for next year!

  2. Sigmund on May 27th, 2008 08:59

    You mentioned faster women before now in older blogs. Is this a raw nerve for you and would you like to talk about it?

    Sounds like you got something to really share with us about your placing in a pecking order.

  3. Tom on May 28th, 2008 07:59

    Do we know if any of the 43 wimmin were pregnant btw?

  4. ilse @ tangential questions on July 4th, 2008 17:37

    Daniel my friend. Is running in a fun run sport? Is running sport or a game?

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