One thing that stands in the foreground of most runner's running logs is their list of Personal Records, or PRs, from races they have run.
Currently my list is:
|5 km||25:17||8:09||Kentlands 5K Race - New Course||8/30/2008|
|10 km||56:14||9:03||Pike's Peek||4/23/2006|
|Half Marathon||2:13:22.79||10:11||Run For The Shelter Half Marathon||4/19/2009|
However, during a few of my training runs, I have run faster than my PRs at the 10K and Half Marathon distances.
Do these become new PRs? Or should PRs only be for races or time trials dedicated to seeing how fast you can run a certain distance?
What's your thought?