Eyam Half-Marathon

who's doing this then

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10/05/2007 at 17:33
Clairster - sounds like a nice undulating course, if it is first back buys the beer I am going for the scenery.
10/05/2007 at 23:00
definitely wont be me..i'm in it for the scenary too :)
11/05/2007 at 07:36
What scenery, have you seen the forecast, under derwent reser might have more veiws.
11/05/2007 at 09:46
hmm, i know..could be a little damp. must remember to pack my arm bands :)
12/05/2007 at 10:13
Oh dear. The BBC weather website has revised is prediction for Sunday from "light showers" to "heavy rain". Mind you, I'm out on a stag do the night before, so running the Eyam Half Marathon in heavy rain is the best cure for a hangover I can think of!

I don't think a p.b. is on the cards, somehow....
13/05/2007 at 14:28
Just got back, really enjoyed it although did a pretty crap time, perhaps a hangover would have helped, hope you got rid of yours on route shaggy!hope you all got round in one piece...
14/05/2007 at 09:37
fab race, really enjoyed it. well done to the village and all the organisers for putting on a fantastic day. lots of water stations, lots of support and the hills were entertaining! how lucky were we with the weather???

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