Graham Sykes 10k

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06/06/2005 at 14:40
I've been running for just over a year and I've completed 2 RFLs, 5 10Ks, a 10 mile and a half marathon - I think it's about time I joined a club, then I could go to races with a group and it would be less tempting to return to bed!
06/06/2005 at 15:50
LTS - and would save you some money in race fees. Affiliated runners pay £2 less than unaffiliated (though some races had their entry forms printed early and still have £1).
06/06/2005 at 16:56
LtS - as you know, most runners are very nice people, and you would meet more of them by joining club!
06/06/2005 at 18:23
LTS - see we're queuing up to lure you to our respective running clubs......
07/06/2005 at 09:41
Blimey - how easy it is to get attention. My local club is in North Devon and I know they meet on Tuesdays - tonight's the night then! No more wimping out of rainy race meets.
07/06/2005 at 13:10
LTS - Which North Devon club?
07/06/2005 at 16:24
Yes, which one???
07/06/2005 at 22:27
... and how was it for you?
08/06/2005 at 10:09
North Devon Road Runners....but I didn't make it. By the time I got home from work the kids were demanding a BBQ etc etc....more guilt. But I did go for a glorious run for an hour about 9PM.
08/06/2005 at 11:20
I ran part of Saturday's race with Carol from NDRR, I think they are a good club to join.
08/06/2005 at 13:30
Thanks Shades. I expect I'll be able to pick up a membership form at the RFL because NDRR are doing the marshalling.

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