Langham 10km

Apparently a FAST one!!

18 messages
03/09/2002 at 11:18
Hi, I am running this one on 22nd September, its near to Colchester, apparently it is quite a fast course, anyone else fancy it?
05/09/2002 at 00:27
Comeon someone else must be running this one, or will I get the trophies all to myself!
05/09/2002 at 13:08
How flat is it?
Flat with hills or flat as in flat?
15/09/2002 at 18:39
oops, hi Pizza man, i must have missed your message the other week, Lyn and Fozzie drove the course yesterday and say that it really is reasonably flat, there is a downhill and uphill in the 2nd km, and a slow climb at about 7km, otherwise very flat, and judging by last years times very fast too....

Fancy it?
16/09/2002 at 00:14
I would love to do it NN but have had my pass taken away & will not be able to travel, so I'll have to stay local on the 22nd. I was realy looking forward to a flat 10k before the end of the year, just to see what I'm capable of. Never mind.

Hows it going for Windsor? I see from the uphill downhill thread that you're simalar to me. I'm abit worried about how "undulating" it is. Still on for sub 1.30?
16/09/2002 at 07:50
I believe that the only "real" uphill is in the first mile along the Long Walk, so it shouldnt be too bad, especially as the last mile will then be downhill!

A sub 1:30 is certainly on, I tend to go off a bit quick and hang on towards the last few miles, are you good at pacing or do you run similar to this?
16/09/2002 at 10:08
That's me exactly. I don't know how fit i am at the mo' so I'll just have to see what the god of running has in store for me. I'll make a sacrifice on the morning of Windsor to try & gain his/her favour.

That last mile sounds like fun, lets hope we've got enough left to realy pelt it .
16/09/2002 at 10:18
I feel at about 95% at the moment, so as long as I feel like this on the day then I am sure that sub 1:30 will happen. We are planning on getting there for about 10.30am so will be very relaxed by the start of the race.

I look forward to the two of us pushing each other towards maybe a 1:28 with a nice sprint finish also :)

Am not too sure about being able to see the finish from 1.2 miles away, that will be strange!
17/09/2002 at 09:16
Superb, got my number through this morning, after last nights 5km PB I am really looking forward to this one.
17/09/2002 at 09:40
Well done on the 5k PB, and good luck with Langham and Windsor. I'll be doing the Ingatestone 5 on Sunday so will not be able to make Langham.

Also I have just noticed that I have the first 5 mile Metropolitan x/c race the day before Martleshamj, so that looks very shakey at the moment.

I noticed on your website that you also have some Suffolk based x/c races. Are these open to anyone and are they part of a series?

All the best

jenks
17/09/2002 at 11:03
NN,

Lamb is doing this race, although she has no acccess to the forum at the moment.

DW
21/09/2002 at 16:06
All the best to everyone in this race tomorrow, including, Lyn, Fozzie, Lamb, SlowButSure, and of course to myself :)
21/09/2002 at 18:13
Just logged on to send you an email NN so had a quick look at the forum while I'm on and saw this thread.

I aim to be there tomorrow but have been a bit sniffly today. I'll make a final judgement in the morning but should be ok.

Looking forward to it - good luck to all

Mike.
22/09/2002 at 14:44
Well, what an excellent result for us all, havent got the official times yet but we all got PBs, somewhere in the region of the below times,

Nattynoodle 39:17
SlowMike 46:25
SlowButSure 48:26
Fozzie 48:30
Lyn 50:25

Unfortunately Lamb was not able to make this race in the end.

I think it would be fair to say that we are all very happy, and will be off out down the pubs later :)

Well done to all, and it was great to meet you at last Mike.

Lets see what we can all do at Martlesham 10km in 3 weeks time!
22/09/2002 at 18:22
Well done one all, congrats on your PBs.
PM
22/09/2002 at 18:39
Good warm-up for the Windsor half next weekend too
22/09/2002 at 20:06
Official times now in at the scaa website. 46:26 for me. Well pleased with that.

Excellent race I thought. Well organised and even an unexpected memento!

Nice to meet you at last NN and SBS. Nice to meet you too Lyn and Fozzie.

See you at a future race. Still aiming to do Martlesham but I have a clash of dates since we spoke this morning with a christening. I need to work around this somehow but not sure how yet.

Regards,

Mike.
23/09/2002 at 09:21
Well done to all of you I was doing the Ingatestone race (see seperate thread)so couln't be with you. Did SBS run it twice??

jenks

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