Hope wrote (see)
Plodding on run....run as fast as you can and don't look back!!!
I shall indeed, lovely.
My 2008 social calender looks something like this:
June - Bala
July - no one loves you - train for Vitruvian
August - no one loves you - keep training
September - Vitruvian
October - Hurrah - you are cold and grumpy - chew your foot off
November - another year older, sew your foot back on so you can dancing
December - do a marathon
Aitch... wrote (see)
This thread is hilarious!
WELL I'M GLAD YOU ALL FIND IT FUNNY!!!!
Plodding - you have the same social calendar as me - all of the above plus Lanza/Zurich when they make their minds up!
Oooohhh Sounds just like mine....only exception is I'm not doing Bala!!
I'm more than happy to come dancing in November though!!!
Yeh I am reading those with interest Gyraffe.
I can almost guarantee next year is Lanza...
Would be awesome to go dancing in November!!!
I just realised that it's incredibly sad that my social calender now revolves around races.
How dorky am I becoming?
Racing/club is my social life
Yeh and mine.
Settling in London was directly related to RW.
I need a thump around the head
Not sure Lanza is going to fly - I'm up for a challenge but the combination of killer bike leg and no time to train just doesn't make sense to me.... I'd like to think I could enjoy at least part of the experience!!
*smacks plodding on in the head*
why did i just do that?
Yeh you are already giving yourself reasons to give up.
You know Lanza cut off is 17 hours? (I think)
I think that's the one of the longest cut offs
Is that supposed to be a good thing!!!
Ok seriously, I think I need to talk to more negative people to scare me off Lanza. I have been listening to people who tell me it's easy
I tend to get talked into things and think because I can do it I should do it! But so many people have pointed out that Lanza is the hardest bike course, potentially hottest windiest course and ugliest run... I thought bah whatever I'm doing it anyway. Then folks started talking about other courses which were enjoyable, beautiful, accessible, warm, friendly and fun and I started wondering if I wasn't being a tad hasty....
Visit the official Runner's World page
Follow Runner's World on Twitter
Other Natmag-Rodale Sites
Run For Charity
About Runner's World
Runner's World is a publication of Hearst Magazines UK which is the trading name of The National Magazine Company Ltd, 72 Broadwick Street, London, W1F 9EP. Registered in England 112955. All rights reserved.
Website powered by: Immediate Media Company Ltd. | © Runner's World 2002-2014 |