Bristol Half anyone??

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20/08/2002 at 09:17
Following the fact that I actually managed to complete my first half in Burnham last weekend...entered into the Bristol half and was wondering whether anyone else is going??
BK
20/08/2002 at 09:23
Why don't you come to Theale this Saturday. We can meet by the portaloo!
20/08/2002 at 09:25
Where the hell is Theale?! Besides - are you sure there will be portaloos there? What am I saying - of course, you will have checked that out before you entered the race...
BK
20/08/2002 at 09:36
Goes without saying ;-)

Theale is just outside Reading in Berkshire

I'm suprised there seems to be so little interest in Bristol. I may look at that one next year as its an hour down the M4 for us
20/08/2002 at 09:38
Is Theale a half too?
BK
20/08/2002 at 09:44
No just a 10K. A bit below you now I guess !!
20/08/2002 at 09:48
OOh bitchy! No - it's just that assuming the stiffness in my legs pass before then (still really hurt) I want to do 14 miles this weekend...in accordance with my NY training plan of course! (How relevant is this chat to my Bristol question?!)
BK
20/08/2002 at 09:53
Was meant a little tounge in cheek.

Hope your legs feels better

I'll get off your thread now

Come on you lot NR needs some company
20/08/2002 at 13:57
Hi New Runner - I'm running Bristol. It'll be my first half marathon and I'm hoping for a time of around 2hrs, although I've been pretty lazy this week and not run much! What kind of time are you aiming to run it in?
20/08/2002 at 14:10
A response! Am hoping to do about 2:10 - would be great to have someone to run at least some of it with though!
20/08/2002 at 14:14
Looks like it's just us! I know a couple of people running it but they're hopeing to do it in 1:30, so will be leaving me behind at the beginning! While I'd be dead happy to run under 2hrs I do think I'm being a little optimistic. Last week a ran 10miles in 1.36 (and couldn't move for the rest of the day), so we'll probably be running around the same pace. Do you know the course at all?
20/08/2002 at 14:25
No idea about the course at all- though have been told it's very flat which sounds good to me!
20/08/2002 at 14:53
flat sounds good!
21/08/2002 at 12:56
hey New Runner - it appears there are others in the Bristol 1/2! Have you seen the other thread?
21/08/2002 at 17:18
Hi there.
Can't find the other thread so may be repeating the content. I am running Bristol too as it is my home town. I just checked out the route (http://www.bristol-city.gov.uk/sports/pdfs/bupa_map.pdf) and can confirm its flat. There may be a couple of slopes, but nothing of significance.

Good luck to you both..
21/08/2002 at 18:00
3 as far as I'm concerned is officially a group!
21/08/2002 at 20:59
At 2.10 there will be 5 in the group, me and my training partner who has promised she will stick with me.

The limit is 7,000 and its full so I am sure the group will be bigger. However i will look out for you on the day.
22/08/2002 at 09:09
yes, I'll be the one in the shorts and trainers!

I shall keep my eyes peeled, but as to finishing in 2,10 - well we'll see - preparations not going as well as they might - too many hills up my end of town...
22/08/2002 at 14:37
I'm doing it as well, another 1st timer assuming my newly developed knee problem clears up I hoping for about 1:45ish.
01/09/2002 at 18:56
Im doing the Bristol Half for the first time aswell!! Am hoping for a time of 2hrs 15....its the first time Ive ran a half marathon so anyone got any advice? How far should I be running now?
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