Well done clairster!
I love Rylan
I can assume you are all logging in to see my analysis, so here it is. It assumes that my fitness levels have been about the same across my parkruns, which is probably OK. For Burnage, I have only run the proper course twice and could probably knock a chunk of my current best, but for now have assumed a 10 second improvement. I haven't run Marple. I have run Wythenshawe once but that was the old course so haven't counted that.
And below is what the difference is in %age terms. (Fingers crossed this pastes OK).
So there you have it. Some useless information to fill the time before MoTD comes on,
Bramhall new is actually 17:52...and Rylan is a knob!
We all had our fingers crossed then OMo'TH- how would we have got to sleep tonight otherwise? It would have been the most interesting thing I have seen today had I not had the privilege of viewing a video of a drunken Harrier 'dancing' to 'This Charming Man'
It's amazing what wife's get up to when the OH is in France
mtbb - it started off as a bit of an accident then became a mission!
Clairster that is a great streak. What now though? Stop or plough on? Hasn't Ron Hill run every day since 1964?
BOGOTH - how could you be that much slower at Burnage? It's flat as a pancake. Nov 24th would be a good day for your Marple parkrun debut.
PPP - where were you at Sherdley Park? JMC's vets dream team has a bit of work to do in the rest of the season to challenge the mighty Wilmslow.
Yeah... disappointing turn out at Sherdley Park in the over 40's category. SARQ, PPP, ES, BHB, GBM, J8, FOAR, etc... you should be ashamed of yourselves. Even if you only did one race each it would help.
PPP, it was Alfa as in the car.
RB, I think it is the flight of steps that you have to go up twice together with the underfoot conditions, tight turns and the fact that it has not been competitive at the front of the race when I have done them.
JMC, fair cop. Saturday lunch times are not very good for me though. Will try to make at least one. Do you need spikes or will trail shoes do the job?
BHB/OMOTH - just looked at results - didn't realise you'd WON!
Next XC is Wythenshawe Park 1st Dec. I find fell shoes (e.g. Innovs / Walsh / Running Bear) best for Machester League as there is often a few bits that are hard ground. Also you get more grip going downhill. I have Innov X-talon this year. Trail shoes would be ok at Wythenshawe but on muddier courses you can end up carrying a lot of mud. XC times aren't great really but OK for me and JMC when we can claim it's a family activity.
Seagull- I would go out tonight but I haven't got a stitch to wear.
Seagull- I haven't got the technical expertise to do it but maybe GBM has.He knows so much about these things.........
PPP--I've just had a look and i'm afraid the quality is very poor. It's grainy and its difficult to tell whats going on. The video of Eric dancing is rubbish too!
Is this the video you are talking about?
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