Also, assuming 62 mins is in training, expect your 10k race time to be much faster. My first 10k race (after 3 months training) was 6mins30 faster than I had ever run in training.
4 months after this, my 10k race time is probably 4 to 5 minutes faster still.
Good point on the extra races. Training is actually not a great indicator of form. Decide on your key races, ie the ones you will train to peak at, and then throw in a few more as a way to gauge whether your training is on track.
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