Bolton 10K

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11/11/2009 at 10:35
done this race a couple of times  and what a good route it is   and good finish on the track   good  with a few hills  but not the bad
11/11/2009 at 11:04

You're planning ahead Ning.

Did this one last year. Nice t-shirt.

11/11/2009 at 11:17
just get bored at times    have to find some thing to write
25/11/2009 at 23:55

how did i know fero would be on here lol.

they need to fix the entry though. lets you pay for the fun run  but not the 10k

may get the kids over to do this one. depends if its a medal or other memento though. little sausages want to have medals lol

Edited: 25/11/2009 at 23:55
26/11/2009 at 00:07

I am Ning's stalker.

The brats, er sausages, should be ok, as last year it was a medal for the fun run & t-shirt for the main 10k. I did both!

26/11/2009 at 00:13
lol. it was a medal at eh fun run on the day of the 5k too, but at the moment is says momento so im taking that as non medal lol. im not paying for anything else until the back end of Jan now anyway. sons birthday is not until april, yet im going to be spending £80 towards his birthday tomorrow lol. i dont even get xmas out of the way and its already costing me lol
26/11/2009 at 01:09

Try contacting organiser Nick. He's always helpful.

Oh I'm so happy I don't have brats! Oslo on Tues. Dublin next Weds. And Prague Xmas week. Whoop whoop. Couldn't do any of that with brats!

26/11/2009 at 13:05

i've mailed Nick before the Bolton 5k and yup he is very helpful.

id take the kids over travelling and day. using trains are bad enough, screw sitting around airport for hours on end too

26/11/2009 at 13:10

There were lots of kids at the 10k's fun run last time, so I'm sure the kids would enjoy it. But I agree about medals! Very important. Not just for kids too! I won't get out of bed unless there's a medal!

I'm excited about the airport. Wonder if it's snowing in Oslo.....

26/11/2009 at 13:18

yup. the kids love playing with the few i have, be nice to get them some of their own lol.

fingers crossed you get some snow over there lol

26/11/2009 at 13:40

You can get packets of plastic medals with "winner " on from Tesco for about a quid! Could come in useful if they do a Parkrun??

26/11/2009 at 14:06
next time you see some grab them please. i very rarely go into a tesco lol. i can pay in chocolate coins if that helps pmsl
26/11/2009 at 14:16
I'll see if they are still there! It might have been Asda.....but I think it was Tesco.
26/11/2009 at 14:17
thankyou. if not, theres always ebay lol
26/11/2009 at 17:34
Freckleton gave a great medal for the fun run. But what would you do with the kids if you did the HM....Not until June.
26/11/2009 at 20:20
i better get them in training so they can complete a hm. im sure if i told a little lie about their ages on the entry form, no one would notice
26/11/2009 at 21:26


you have been busy on here  back up to speed on my running and ready for sundays Clowne half   the race is now full

train was late tonight    it gave on time, 17.07   then 17.11 then 16 then 13 and it came at 17.14  but l made my bus at greenfield which was 16 mins late  so luckly there

26/11/2009 at 22:41

Bats, the cut off time for Freckleton HM was 2 hrs 40 last year. So I did the fun run. I think BP might notice 5 year old twins on the course somehow......he doesn't miss a trick......

Hi Ning. Got another 5k PB on Sun.  Can't wait for the Santa run. Hehehe

26/11/2009 at 22:47

ahh but if i dress them up as a pantomime cow/horse etc they may sneak through.

 i'll have a word with someone tuesday about the entry for this too

26/11/2009 at 22:52
Brilliant idea. But I assure you BP will notice.
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