Adidas Thunder Run 24Hr

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29/11/2011 at 11:49
I'm in
29/11/2011 at 13:33
Same here
30/11/2011 at 12:34
and here
30/11/2011 at 13:09
Me too!!
02/12/2011 at 11:46

This race is absolutely fantastic...I have been every year since it started and it keeps getting better. Looking forward to the 2012 weekend.

02/12/2011 at 13:16
Anyone got any advice on how to tackle this as a pair...? Not sure of tactics yet...
02/12/2011 at 14:44
Get the other person to do at least twice as many laps would be my tactic
03/12/2011 at 12:33
I'm thinking of entering. it says you need to be on course at all times. what is the need for a tent? how do you eat or sleep. i take it your family watching passes you food and drink and you dont sleep?
03/12/2011 at 20:20
Nah you don't have to be on course all time. Not unless you're planning on doing a dump on the racing line.
03/12/2011 at 20:51

Runners Forum team is in too.

04/01/2012 at 20:54

my wife and I are in and yes it looks like I will be doing twice as many laps as she is planning on doing!!!

hope my legs are up to it!!!

10/01/2012 at 23:04
My clubs considering a team for this one.  Sounds a bit scary though if I'm honest.
10/01/2012 at 23:26
It's great hareandtortoise

I'm in too!
11/01/2012 at 00:10
Interested. Trying to get a team together. Sure I could run 30-35 miles carefully over the 24 hours

Definitely not doing it as a pair though.

So people camp out, sleep, then swap over?
11/01/2012 at 09:13
FRC - do it as a group of 5 or 8 then. It's a great couple of days and I've always had a great time there!
11/01/2012 at 11:12

Unfortunately, like a lot of races I want to do this year they either clash or are too close to another to do! This is one of them Enjoy it everyone.

Superglue Boots - I have had a think abotu the pairs strategy and personally I think you need to consider your rest time as much as time on your feet. Say you did 1 lap on 1 lap off. You will get one laps worth of rest. Now, will your tiny bit of extra speed outweight the lack of rest? Most likey in the first half. Get into the latter stages of the race and the rest will be much more valuable but you are potentially already in "debt" with your rest. I personally as a pair would sacrifice a little bit of speed early on and go for 2 laps on 2 laps off. You will be on your feet longer each time but you will also get a bit more quality rest. You can take your time stretching, get drink and food in plus have plenty of time to get your kit sorted for your next run out and relax a bit. May not be the perfect method, I have never done 24 hours as a pair before but those are my thoughts on it.

11/01/2012 at 11:34

Cheers WiB, i was thinking the exact same thing about maybe 2 on, 2 off.

I'm getting a lot better about pacing and running conservatively, so will go off slowly early on def.

I'm doing the UTSW100 the month before, so training for that, then doing this off the back of the fitness gained from that training, well that's the plan anyway. I should be in good shape for it and i will know what it'll be like to go for 24hrs+

Just worried about getting stiff or cramp later on between starting and stopping.

11/01/2012 at 12:02
No problem... Will be interested in what you decide to do and how it works out for you. Good luck at UTSW100, looks like a tough 100.
11/01/2012 at 12:31
Superglue Boots - they have massage therapists there. If you are a solo you can get your name put down on a list so you don't spend so much time waiting.
11/01/2012 at 13:37

I`m a soloist - eating & drinking every lap is in my race strategy.

And I`m not going to put a chair outside my tent.

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