I've been lurking on the forums for a while - made a couple of posts recently and received a very welcoming response.
I'm soon to reach a Certain Age, and have started running (again - I've lost count of the numbers of starts and lapses and restarts over the decades). I've discovered a wholly unexpected, and very welcome, like of early morning running, which certainly helps to maintain consistency and motivation. It's a great feeling to run early, feel strong, and not have to think about fitting a run in after work, when food usually takes priority!
Anyway, after the Port Sunlight 10k and the Mersey Tunnel 10k, I'm doing the Fairy Freckled Cow trail race in mid-Wales. Has anyone here done this race previously? I think the race description of wonderful views over the moors is really code for "at least one stonking great hill" - am I right?
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