Good luck to Chester runners on Sunday hope you all achieve your targets, and all other racers.
GBM - Have you've shaken off the man virus and ready for your last long run.
Best of luck to all racers this weekend, glad I've got mine over and done with.
Off to Turkey on Monday for a well earned holiday.
RC--Its still lingering but SARQs mind games have got me through Tuesdays and Thursdays sessions and will get me through tomorrow. Time for you to put your feet up.
RB-yes,i've had the 5 consecutive years rejection place 2 years ago which i think has now been withdrawn and a GFA place.
BB-the front cover of the magazine says "sorry" you didn't get a place but no leaflet, i think from memory (but could be wrong), the name and address used to be on the letter, but now it's ink jet printed on the cellophane wrapper. I'm thinking of doing 4 villages, trying to keep up with you, then sprinting the last 100 metres
NI-that was a conservative time quoted, i think if you pushed it, you could do better, you have the talent.
Great weather for running - hope it holds for tomorrow for you all.
NI, you are in a taper and then having a week off. Will I still be above at end October?
GBM / J8 - Thanks for the run. Last 20 miler before Snowdonia .
Hope everyone has a great race tomorrow. For Chester runners, the racecourse finish means that you won't feel tired furlong .
Good luck to all doing Chester. Hope everything goes to plan.
JMC - Todays ride has completely wiped me out so I wont be joining you tomorrow. If you do go, stay off the course! Found this on the Chester marathon website....
Cycling on the courseCycling on the course is not permitted. Cycling to support or accompany a runner is against UK Athletics rules and can lead to the disqualification of the runner.
I wouldn't like to be anywhere near NI in the event of having his £750 cheque confiscated. I don't think it would go down too well.
TB - The hip's not too bad, having physio on it. Although the other problem is now sorted I think it's going to take a little longer than I anticipated to get back running. Really enjoying cycling though so am happy enough.
SARQ - Did you get your X-ray results yesterday? I hope you got some answers as to what the problem is.
Ooh, horse gags! Erm....... hopefully no-one will have a bad fall, have to be shot then taken to the glue factory!
FOAR/Jonah8--Thanks for the run earlier. Felt snotty and heavy-legged. 2 weeks to get rid of it! It will be alright on the night!
NI - no drink for me after. Off to watch wrestling at the Stockport Guild Hall in the afternoon!
Good luck to everyone running tomorrow. It looks like perfect conditions for a marathon. Any idea why most on here were a few minutes slower in the second half last year?
NI - sorry but I can't hang around for a drink. I will quietly toast your victory at home later!
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