Track work in the cold.

Somewhere in Norway there is a track that is covered in ice, but one lane is cleared for about 80 meters…

When it is freezing cold and the track gets hard, would the lack of elastic response be clearly felt do you think?

I was just getting it right, really experiencing a great lift when approaching top-speed, but now that lift is gone :frowning:

thor the harder the surface the fater you will travel.thats what the whole whopla was about in tokyo 91.the track wasn’t constructed to certain regulations and all WR’s were being questioned due to the hardness of the track.great for sprinters but a nightmare for middle and LD athletes.

you will still get response and you should notice foot contact decreasing but the main thing is to keep warm and don’t sit around for too long in those kind of conditions