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    Default Whats your best 2.4 km timing?

    since the trend is about NS. now how about 2.4km timing?

    honest answers ok? during NS or Reservist also can


    mine. NS -- 9min 08 sec
    Now -- 12mins or more.

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    12 years ago, best timing 9 min 35s when I was in sec 4. Best timing NS 9 min 45s. Last year 11min 30s reservice. Sigh....still don't realise its the nicotine effect causing the decline....but I can hold my breath 3mins!

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    bigfatfish : NS -- 9min 08
    Now -- 12mins or more.
    King Tiger : NS -- 8min 50 sec (1993)
    Now -- Dun want to know, can pass can oready

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    9min 48sec during BMT IPPT (1995)
    The last official timing was 11min 1sec for my Reservist IPPT (2002). Hoping to improve on that by aiming for 10min 30sec in my next IPPT.

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    bmt i think 9min 50s....
    sispec 9min 40s
    ocs 10min 10s
    unit 10min 30s
    last year ippt.....11min 30.......

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    9:50 2 decades and a lifetime ago

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    sec 4 - 8min 40sec

    recruit life - 11min 15sec

    present time - cannot even pass




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    just ran in Maju yesterday....14.23 min. Last week tried treadmill test, if anyone wants to run safra gym, u need practise first. There is 2 degree incline on the treadmill, changing speed not easy.
    Last edited by DennisLee; 8th June 2004 at 12:01 PM.

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    NSF 10mins:10sec

    Last IPPT 11mins:57sec

    can pass can liao..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisLee
    just ran in Maju yesterday....14.23 secs. Last week tried treadmill test, if anyone wants to run safra gym, u need practise first. There is 2 degree incline on the treadmill, changing speed not easy.
    do you mean 14.23 mins. ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by reachme2003
    do you mean 14.23 mins. ?

    Hee hee, ya, in minutes.

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    juz clock yesterday : 11mins 11 sec

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    NSF time : 11 min flat

    now: dunno...maybe deprove liaoz...coz now i always go for long swim or long bike or long run..so its been a while i never did some sprinting already..keke

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    used to hit 8:30's easily back in 1998/99. best was 8:09. now? er...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sehsuan
    used to hit 8:30's easily back in 1998/99. best was 8:09. now? er...
    You must be LUNGLESS!!!

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    11.15

    i'm a big fat boy.

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    9min 37secs in OCS. Then they were training us for Army half marathon, so every other day also got 15 klick run

    now don't know... but will be finding out soon in a few months time...

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    NSF time : 11 mins
    now : 14 mins
    best i've seen : 7min 11s
    you can buy better gear but you can't buy a better eye

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    Quote Originally Posted by justarius
    9min 37secs in OCS. Then they were training us for Army half marathon, so every other day also got 15 klick run

    now don't know... but will be finding out soon in a few months time...

    15km?! your knees must be made of Steel!

    Anyway Thank God those Running Days are over.
    But No Thanks for that extra 10KG that came along with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigfatfish
    15km?! your knees must be made of Steel!

    Anyway Thank God those Running Days are over.
    But No Thanks for that extra 10KG that came along with it
    The runnning isn't too bad actually.. once you get used to it, it's quite relaxing compared to the other stuff

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