Amsterdam 2007

Marathon, half & 10k

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YP1
12/03/2007 at 17:07
I've got flights booked to Amsterdam for that weekend so I guess I'm in too. I've managed to persuade some friends to join in the madness so it should be a good weekend.
12/03/2007 at 17:18
I'm doing the marathon, it seems. Must enter!
27/03/2007 at 10:09
Well I have booked my place in the Marathon and booked my seat on the plane

see you all on the start line!
10/04/2007 at 12:14
Does anyone know how fast the course is?

I know this is a bit of a stupid question but I'm looking for a fast autumn marathon and obviously though Holland would be flat - but is the course fast?
10/04/2007 at 12:16
Yes Toucan, its a very fast course, its a fab race all round actually
10/04/2007 at 13:29
I seem to have registered for the half

A gang of us are going over for the weekend from Sinfin Running Club (Derby)
10/04/2007 at 13:43
Im booked for the marathon too .... might as well since its only 4 mile from work ....
23/04/2007 at 12:04
Hi all
I've entered and booked the flights. Bring it on. Ran London yesterday, hoping that Amsterdam will be much cooler!!
:-)
26/04/2007 at 13:00
Just entered for the marathon.
26/04/2007 at 13:23
I have entered this one. Looking forward to it after the shambles of Rotterdam.
26/04/2007 at 13:25
looking at entering this one - any good?
26/04/2007 at 13:28
Oooh Amsterdam! Sounds good!
26/04/2007 at 14:07
Amsterdam usually gets good reviews. I've personally never run it before, but I know people who have and say its a good one to do.
26/04/2007 at 14:07
Amsterdam usually gets good reviews. I've personally never run it before, but I know people who have and say its a good one to do.
26/04/2007 at 16:40
Go on Geves... you know you want to
:-)
27/04/2007 at 11:04
Could I have some of your chocolate first though please? Scatty me, I started a new thread about Amsterdam forgetting I'd posted on this one. I think I sweated my brains out on Sunday...
27/04/2007 at 11:29
Flights and hotels now booked - all I need to do now is some training and to try and stay injury free.
27/04/2007 at 17:12
Geves - you can have some chocolate at the finish line in October!
Is there another thread for Amsterdam then? What is the title of the thread?

I, too 'perspired' alot on Sunday, I did enjoy it though. Did you?


Graham - when do you plan to start training for Amsterdam?
27/04/2007 at 17:23
Chocoholic - have recently completed the Paris and London Marathons and am running the Shakespeare Marathon on Sunday - I'll be aiming to retain and build on current level of fitness by running a marathon each month between now and October. LDWA challenge events are good when there are not many marathons in the running calendar. If I'm training to run at or near to my best then for me I tend to start serious training around 14 weeks out.
27/04/2007 at 17:36
OMG - how many marathons! My body wouldn't cope. Good for you though.
I'll start training about 16 weeks before Amsterdam...I think. I need to recover from FLM first.
Did you have a good run in London? It wasn't as hot as it was in Paris the week before... was it?
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