Yurr be a rooral outen
missed the cut off if anyone can't use their place please let me know too.
Got my instruction sheet and running number in the post yesterday. It looks promising. Taper time now, although that does rather imply having done some training. Perhaps I should start soon?
Another one on the list looking for a spare place if anyone can't run.
Hi all, I am in for the 50km - does everyone have their race pack or do you think we collect on the day? I see Blisters you have yours?
hope to be there spectating and run for a bit to and fro with some of u
either way, wishing you all a great day and safe run
that way i get to take the peese out of old man Blister - my former mentor
Hi All, I'm a newbie on the Forums . Received my number at the end of last week. Really looking forward to the run on Sunday but the taper down nerves are really beginning to hit hard! I suddenly feel the need to analyse all the stats on my previous runs - what on earth is that all about?!!!! Need to take my mind off the run!! If I check the weather forecast one more time I shall go mad!
My number has arrived, so I guess they did get my email!
Mine has not yet, but I have an email saying I am in so not an issue really, I will just turn up on the day - few more days yet for the post to arrive. Looking forward to this, never run over marathon distance on the road, all mine have been off road so I am interested in what pace I could maintain over the extra 5 miles or so. Anyone else doing the 50km on here ...
Thanks Muzza - I had the same thought on pace. So we must be right!
I would never called 26.2 miles a fun run! Well 20 miles is fun and then 6.2 miles is why the bloody heck have I entered one of these again!!
its al good enjoyable fun - you must all enjoy it to do it
ive no regrets - wether i ever get back to FM distance, well we'll have to wait and see
Yeah I agree Micknphil, we keep on coming back for more. Hope you get over the injury, if you are injured and back to running. It is a buzz!
do i know u at all - have we met ?
ive had a tumour removed from my lung friend, then Norovirus, and then heavy head and chest cold, and its all left me drained tbh
but expereince is behind me, so i ve just got to pick up fitness really
forgot to say - running long distnce is my life - always has been
Hey Mick and Phil..easy, easy..I hope to hear you calling out those immortal words I've heard you say so often. You've had a crap time of it lately bud, hope 2013 brings you much better luck. Can you ensure that it will be about 13 degrees, with glorious sunshine..no breeze obviously, excellent conditions underfoot and a PB? Not much to ask Mick Brer Rabbit x
i seem to remember u shout at me as u passed at mudchute ??? yes ??
this sunday i'll be chanting - EASY - EASY - EASY - all day long, we'll spectate to and fro and run a bit as well
Sorry Mick and Phil, never met you. But assumed you were injured, but sounds a lot worse than an injury. Wish you a quick recovery. Do not blame you for feeling drained.
Hope to see you out on the course, even if you are not running.
The we was a royal we as in me!
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