Nike 10k roll call

Let's 'ave your numbers then....

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20/09/2002 at 09:28
Hi All!

Just wanted to wish you all the best of luck and fun on Sunday.

Mum has just undergone emergency surgery so I won't be there with you.

Happy Shambling!
20/09/2002 at 09:42
Sammy - glad you made the run last night, which was more than I did! Didn't finish work until 6ish and I would have been pushed to get there. Anyway, my penance was dragging myself out of bed at 6.30 this morning for a trundle round the park - only had time for 3k before heading off to work.

Hope you all enjoy Sunday.

20/09/2002 at 11:12
HI, all

Sorry to see you wont be there Shambler, but hope your Mum is soon feeling better. Best wishes.

Good luck all, Im going to take a list of all the numbers and see if I can spot anyone..

20/09/2002 at 16:49
Ah, the weekend is here! Wishing everyone the best race on Sunday, I'll be there. Please don't litter the park to badly, it is my local training ground!
20/09/2002 at 17:04
Run Forrest Run.

have a fandabbydozy day
21/09/2002 at 18:02
Have stuffed myself with junk food over the last week and now feel not fantastic about running tomorrow but am still looking forward to it. I wonder why I did eat like that, do you think its cos I am anxious about the race(my first race ever)?????

Anyway peeps the it has finally arrived, well nearly.

All have a good night's sleep and I shall see you tomorrow(My number is 22034 and I shall be wearing my bandana which is the same colour as our tops - sexy yellow, ha, ha.

Good luck and have a good run.

Sammy :0)
21/09/2002 at 23:19

Bloody hell, my forst ever race tomorrow and it looks like I am going to be up all night working.
So I will be in number 20033. The tall redhead with big bags under my eyes.
22/09/2002 at 12:33
what a fiasco...didnt get to the park despite setting off at 7am!! got to wimbledon at 10 ish only to be faced wiht a several mile long queue to catch the shuttle bus, at that point I gave up. Richmond must be the hardest place to get to.

NOT happy and needless to say wont be doing another mass event for a long time, I will stick to small local outings and not worry about coming last

hope other runners had a better time and enjoyed yourselves.Off to have a bath and a big drink

22/09/2002 at 14:26
Sorry to hear about that Netty. I was one of the lucky ones who managed to squeeze onto a train to Barnes from Clapham. Started at the front of the intermediate alondside Chris Moyles. Needless to say I burned him off when the hooter went! Improved on my last 10K and finished on 47 mins 03 secs. I am happy with that considering the delays, the crowds and two tough hills!!
22/09/2002 at 16:52
Well done everybody who took part today.

Stevo - you should be well proud of your time.

I did mine in 57 minutes and I am really pleased with my time considering I've only been running for approximately 4 weeks.

Netty - I am so sad you missed this and hope you do it next year.

22/09/2002 at 23:22
Thanks for the message Stevo and Sammy, great times and you sound like you enjoyed your day. Good for you Stevo , leaving chris moyles in your dust(hateful man!)

I dont think Ill be doing any runs like that for a long time. I have never been so stressed as this morning traipsing around london.

If i do do the nike 10 k next year, Ill make sure Ill book into a hotel near the park, if not in it...(or sleep on a bench).

anyway Im glad you enjoyed your day and carry on racing..


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