Neolithic Half Marathon

Hope to see a Bustard

8 messages
05/02/2005 at 22:41
I enjoyed this race so much last year, that I am going back once more.

May be I will get to spot a Bustard and no I am not referring to the guy who pipped me on the line last year :-)
09/02/2005 at 10:10
there is nothing like being outsprinted to the line by a big bustard! I'm hoping to do this one too - see you there Wrinty!
10/02/2005 at 18:52
Hello hello hello,watch out the lurkers about.

Id love to but so soon after London i think id better not.








but then again.lol.
11/02/2005 at 20:53
LLL, It is a great course and would make a very relaxing recovery run. Finishing with Stonehenge in view is quite a good running experience.
08/03/2005 at 18:42
Come on LLL - I'm seriously thinking about this - run with me at half speed - it'll be like a recovery run for you :-)

Wrinty - I hope you're injury-free by then
RD
25/04/2005 at 13:05
RD, Wishfull thinking, but this is another race that falls foul of my bloody injured foot :-(
25/04/2005 at 13:50
Wrinty - snap! Sorry to hear you're still crocked. It would seem these things can't be rushed :-(

My knee injury from Bath Half is still not 100%. I'm sort of half thinking of doing one of the walks with my son. Will decide later in the week.
RD
25/04/2005 at 13:56
It would seem that you have to pre-register - so no registration on the day. I'm sure I read that you could register on the day. Oh well! Next year then.
RD

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