Anyone fancy a pb?!
Hi sprinting toffee,
I ran this race today and it was superbly organised and very friendly and welcoming.
A massive thanks to everyone involved in organising.
The course is as fast as you say, I will be back.
Thanks for that mate it was great to see you there,
and hopefully see you again there soon!
Well done on 3rd place and your time mate and I'm sure you will be back to your best soon!
I did this race, put on by the Liverpool Running Bugs, its a really good course,very well organised and a warm friendly atmosphere.Whether you are a speed merchant or a plodder then this is definitely for you, you can even bring the dog.With refreshments and fruit at the finish, what more could you want for free.
if it sounds too good to be true then it usually is and theres always a catch.
Not with the Halewood 5K, free pb`s all roud, you only have to turn up and run your best effort
Qiute fancy this but wont be able to make it very often until the football season finishes. Does it run all year round?
@ getting the competition going. I've already beaten my current pb in training so i'd be confident of getting the current record of 16.45 if its a quick course, tho i imagine one of the big local names will have that below 16 mins soon enough. I think ive raced against andy quite abit, seen his name in my time territory on a few results....not sure if i'll give him a run for his free entry this weekend as deep in mara training at the moment and a flat out 5km the day before 20+ miles might be abit too much. Will definately be down a few times through the year - really great idea to set this up, especially free of charge!
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