WIll be aiming for sub 2 JPenno, or if training goes better than usual then sun 1.55.
Depends on how many turkey butties and mince pies I get through in December!!!
Hill???? no one said anything about a Hill...
Oh well it will be good to get rid of the xmas cobwebs and the holiday weight
Entered this one, this will be my 3rd time, really nice race, I wouldn't describe it as hard, more slightly challenging
First time for me i'm a Helsby Half Virgin.
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Lovely indeed and hopefully will run at first the first time as a training session on 28th December.
Hope it'd dry tomorrow for my long training session!
Thanks! Enjoyed last Sunday mostly in the car so let's hope the weather is with us on 18th January and that I can enjoy the scenery again. Indeed, Cheshire at its best, a beatiful course!!! Will be nice to run this with my brother who's coming over from Belgium to support his sister.
OK quick question,
My running bud was planning on applying for this race and went to do it today, and they've closed applications, probably because they've got the full quota of entries.
A bit cheeky, but he still fancies running with me and turning up on the day, now i know its wrong because we've all paid our entry fee's etc, and because of that we'll have official timing, and a t-shirt and medal at the end.
But would he be stopped from running the race himself?
No he's like a camel so he'll be fine i'll tell him to bring his own water.
I didnt think there would be an issue to be honest. i mean i know its a little cheeky, but at the end of the day its a run he was planning on doing, he just didnt get signed up in time.
Jay the website today says there are still online entries available, even though it said full last time I looked.
On that page linked above there is a hotline phone number to ring between 7 and 10.
As for running it unofficially, it's a bit of a snook at the runners who have entered on time and commited to the rules and the structure of the race. It's an official event, taken seriously by most of the runners in it at whatever level they are competing at, and it should be treated as such.
Hopefully he can get a proper entry and add to the race.
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