London Chest Hospital 10K

Sunday 31st July

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14/04/2005 at 13:16

PM,

First 10K? Any time is good (provided you complete it!!)

Just enjoy it!!
14/04/2005 at 15:34
I agree! I did mine in about 61 mins. Someone else I know on their first did it in 57. All depends on training and how you are on the day!! The main thing is running it in the first place and completing. That's an achievement in itself!!
14/04/2005 at 17:24
Well i know at the moment i can get round in about 1hr 15 as i did a pratice run the other day and am still 4 stone overweight and started running just 4 weeks ago.
So with 3 months to go i hope to knock a good few minutes of that with alot of training, so fingers crossed.
14/04/2005 at 17:36
Good man!!

See you there!!
15/04/2005 at 16:16
Anyone life in the hackney area that i could go for a run with on weekends maybe.
16/04/2005 at 20:42
Good luck PM that's great going.

I am only up to 5k at 57 mins.. so your double distance at only 18 mins more is great in my eyes! (Am also 4stone overweight despite having lost 2 stones so far this year...)

Might see you there, if my runs extend in distance! hehe Have a 5k to do next month first though. :D
17/04/2005 at 14:08
PH, when you say 'might see you there' I it that you meant 'will see there!"?

Get your entry in, girl!!
17/04/2005 at 19:55
Yep, I'm up for it - as Multi said - that's July sorted. And sooooo much cheaper than the 'other' 10k happening in London in July...

Actually, my first organised run was last July. I was cacking myself and expeced everyone to stare at me and my milky white legs. Suprisingly enough they were too bothered about getting themselves for their run. All that worry for nothing.

I was just aiming to finish, but the crowds and the pace just dragged me along. You may suprise yourself PM.
22/04/2005 at 15:28
Hi i did a 10k in training today in 1hr 10mins and felt ok ,so 12 weeks to go ,so i hope to do a little better then as its my first.
Also pick up a little knee injury today ,hurting abit,anyone any ideas what it could be and how long to rest it
cheers guys
22/04/2005 at 20:31
Hmmm - looks like a good post-Trailwalker run!
22/04/2005 at 20:51
Hello meerkat long time no see
22/04/2005 at 21:35
Hi Pammie! <<hugs>> Good to see you.
23/04/2005 at 09:27
Hi u guys. Looking to this 10k so see ya there. Live quite close to Victoria Pk so not too far to travel. :)
23/04/2005 at 09:38
At my current really really slow speed this is gonna take me ages, maybe 1hour20 minutes or so. Is it still worth me doing it?!
23/04/2005 at 09:41
Course it is Ally. U will get a PB out of it and u can use it as part of your training
23/04/2005 at 09:54
ally don;t worry its my first also and my time is also slow too,so your not the only one.
I will be there so just injoy it,and if you like me to hold ya hand then just say.
Keep smiling
24/04/2005 at 15:59
anyone know how many laps round vic park is 10 k Thanks
24/04/2005 at 16:07
I'm still up for this. Hi A-Man, hi Ally.
24/04/2005 at 16:32
Cool, I'm looking forward to this one now.

Hi Mava.
24/04/2005 at 16:42
Finally got round to entering this (friday night) looking forward to it now ;O))
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