Martlesham 10k

16 messages
11/10/2002 at 08:54
Whos doing this race on Sunday then?
11/10/2002 at 09:43
Hi LL, after long deliberation, Adele and I have decided to give Martlesham a miss this year. We are both doing the first of the Met League X/country series on Sat 12th so would end up not doing justice to one or the ther or possibly both. Good luck to you and anyone else doing it though, boring as hell but flat and due to being 4 laps, easy to gauge your finishing sprint.

jenks
11/10/2002 at 11:21
Nice to hear from you Jenks and I hope you and Adele do well in your forthcoming events.
Hopefully will see you both soon
11/10/2002 at 16:39
I will be here for this one, a new PB is calling me I believe......
13/10/2002 at 13:23
Well a new PB did call, excellent course, I absolutely loved those 4 laps, what a brilliant idea, each lap only being 2.5kms made the race go so quickly, I managed to slaughter another 31 seconds off my time to come home in 38:44, which I am obviously well chuffed with :)

SlowButSure pulled out at the end of the 3rd lap as a precautionery measure, but should be fine for the Tiptree 10 mile next week.
BK
13/10/2002 at 13:27
Nice one NN, well done.
13/10/2002 at 13:28
Thanks BK, going to settle down now and watch a new world record at Chicago!
13/10/2002 at 16:30
I agree, I thought the course today was great, it did seem to make the race go a bit quicker with it being 4 laps. Unfortunately, did not get a PB, but was very pleased with 50:45 as I felt a performed well. Hubby (Fozzie) got a PB of 47.45, so congrats to him.
Looking forward now to Tiptree next Sunday.

Did'nt Paula do great.
13/10/2002 at 20:01
Well Done guys,

I logged on to see how you did. I wish I had been there, but I had a christening to attend in the end.

Aiming for Tiptree next week. Hope to see some of you.

Hope you enjoyed the World record NN. I'm sure there is a thread somewhere else on here talking about it, I'll look it up now. What an incredible run eh!

Regards,

Mike.
13/10/2002 at 20:03
Hi Mike, there are a few of us going to Tiptree, there is a thread in the events forum somewhere, see you there
14/10/2002 at 07:22
Blimey NN, thats a good time. All these PBs you're obtaining recently!

Congrats,
Tractor.
14/10/2002 at 07:28
Nice one NN,
You've got a great atitude, "Another PB calling I believe". With an outlook like that the PB's will keep coming.

Great stuff!
14/10/2002 at 07:51
Spot on PM. My outlook stands at "must complete race" or even "must wake up on time to get to race"!
14/10/2002 at 08:30
Thanks Tractor and PM, it was an excellent race, started about 6 secs per km too fast and so held back slightly until I was back in my target zone and then pushed on from 6km to the finish, the last km being the quickest of all as usual.

I know when I expect a PB, obviously I dont always know the course, and the weather can mess things up, but I have had a good year so far, and looking forward to getting a decent winters training behind me.
14/10/2002 at 09:23
Well Done NN, LL and all, I hope SBS withdrawl was not too serious..

I had a cracking run at the Woodford X/C see seperate post.

jenks
14/10/2002 at 09:25
Hi Jenks, great will have a search now

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