I just finished up a nice 6.5 mile run and it took me literally an hour on the dot. That breaks down to 9:13/mile pace if I remember correctly. It was a significant run for two reasons. First, I have not run for this amount of time since the middle of July. Second, I specifically slowed myself down so that I could run that amount of time and completely enjoy it. I was not really concerned with how many miles I ended with. I just really wanted to be on my feet for a solid hour. Mission accomplished.
One topic of note however, was a decent amount of heel pain I had in the last 1-2 miles. I have been feeling some serious soreness in my right heel since Saturday morning and I do not know where it is coming from. My arch is also sore and I do not know if its a muscle band or what. When I finished the run, I spent about 5-10 minutes rolling a lacrosse ball under both feet. It was sore as hell on the right foot, but it did feel better afterwards. I plan on rolling my feet out a couple times a days for the next week or so.
The picture I found talks about tendon pain and the need for rest. We will see!