Diet Coke East Kilbride Half Marathon

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20/06/2007 at 07:30
Well, SH, have been known to do that, but generally feel I have enough stuffed down my bra!!!!
21/06/2007 at 06:52

Hope its not black eye sindrom
21/06/2007 at 07:25
SH, only avoided through carefully thought out 'scaffolding' and copious amounts of lycra!

Actually, have got a black eye at the moment (first ever!) due to my other sporting (I use the term loosely) interest as a fighting woman. Has been a bit difficult to explain at work. It's now an attractive shade of yellow.
23/06/2007 at 13:28
Good luck for tomorrow! Weather is looking much better than expected - just the chance of a wee coolong shower - ideal!
24/06/2007 at 21:20
Enjoyed the race even though it wasn't the most scenic. Though it was very well
organised and I got a pb of 2hrs 6min
25/06/2007 at 07:46
Agree GG, it was well organised. No PB for me, still suffering from hay fever and had been at a (very sober) birthday 'do' the night before, but enjoyed it.
25/06/2007 at 10:31
Well done everyone........

KT = you doing glasgow half....?

25/06/2007 at 17:48
Well, I am intending to. Will need to get my lardy a*** into gear and up my mileage a bit though! Away to Espana next week then four weeks off work when come back - ideal opportunity! People of Uddy beware! You are doing it, aren't you?
26/06/2007 at 09:51
I thought it was really well organised and I thoroughly enjoyed it - especially running round the track at the end - first time on a track EVER for me! No PB, but I have been really tired and training has been sporadic since Edin mara. Need to get some faster miles into the legs before I race again.

Weather window was really fortunate - that was the first race this year I have done that it didn't rain (or sleet, or snow, or be windy!).
26/06/2007 at 10:47
Yes, I'm on holiday first 2 weeks in July, when I come back it will give me 7 weeks to the race........

What time you planning.?
27/06/2007 at 07:34
Oh, SH, how cruel you are, now I have to admit publicly how sloooooooow I really am!

On Sunday at EK, the guy who won the 1/2 (I can only gaze in awe and admiration!) passed by me at 8k. I had to ask one of the policemen if I was actually still moving, and in the right direction. He said I was doing OK, but he was laughing.

(Shudders as horrible memory of Cambuslang at Hogmanay also resurfaces)

Anyway, did Glasgow 1/2 two years ago in about 2.20, would be happy to be thereabouts again.

And you? Shouldn't we be on some other thread about this - think there was one for GSR?
27/06/2007 at 11:37
Second time doing this race and as before it was a well run event - congrats to the race team.

29/06/2007 at 09:02
True! lets move over.......

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