Anyone want to share a lift?
The results on the website are incorrect. I should be at 8th place - my time (on my watch) was 43m 23s.
The results are STILL incorrrect. I realise that I only came 8th but to a saddo like me that's important. Please can you have a word in the correct ear or ears and get it sorted?Thanks
Andrew if you get this - please could you send your email again to firstname.lastname@example.org and i will arrange time to come and see you regarding chipping!
same for whoever potentially wishes to sponsor the event!!!
and thank you - about time, first time ever "fat", John Biffa is my new "diet" hero!
thanks to Andrew we will be having chipping this year
believe we have a sponsor for the race so more money for charity and club
charity this year is pied piper appeal
unless i break a leg or violently ill i will run - if get over £300 will run in nurses uniform! training going and up to over 10 miles and had a runners high this morning (endorphins i assume!)
thanks - i am half the man i used to be but running drives the appetite!
andrew has a decent printer so there should be no bleeding signs - think back to safety pins!
done some house sitting and found running around Tewkesbury (3.5 mile loop) somehow a lot easier --- maybe i am just used to the normal rural runs!
anyone doing Dymock half marathon?
When is it Rowan, i signed up for the Tewkesbury half today and been for a run to the top of Bredon Hill and back down, now there is a race to be organised for that if there isnt one already from the bottom to the top and back down , works out to about 5 mile but the 2.5 mile uphill to the top is a killer .
Dymock week after the Tewkesbury run, will not see this side of 2 hrs but really don't care! - The Bredon HIll Run has a certain ring to it and if not doing Apperley QM would think about it!
please follow @quartermarathon on Twitter - this year we are supporting the Pied Piper Appeal as well as the cricket club!
if you like hilly Dymock is your place to go! i don't mind but so not used to running in 30 degree temperatures - officially knackered! guarantee no 30 degree temperature in September - do people like medals or t-shirts at the end, i liked the t-shirt option!
i had it down as 2hr 8 running - got cramping at 8 miles, could not run at 11 miles - ran most of the way with 1 hr 50 runners which was very liveable with but heat and hills and inexperience in running longer distances got to me a bit!!! legs like stone today --- https://twitter.com/#!/quartermarathon - try that! trying to sort t-shirts out if can find very cheap supply!
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