Rotary Club of Kenilworth Two Castles 10K

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10/06/2012 at 17:36

Well done on your time too, JMC

Darryll - you're right.  Lots of people start way too far forward - I just about got my start position right today ... first time in 4 years, mind! 

Kevin - well done nontheless.  I do think it's quite an energy-sapping course.  Very little recovery time in between the harder sections.  

10/06/2012 at 17:48

yes that 3-8k period, there was never really a chance to recover and open the legs up, just as you got on top pof breathing antother incline was there.

10/06/2012 at 18:00

Well Done on the PB Elgm.Lovely to get a PB !! Sounds like your ITB is better !!!

Doing well thanks. Off on a weeks holiday to St Agnes ( cornwall next week ) and then back in time for training for Abingdon marathon !! Plenty of wine to day as getting into holiday spirit early

 

10/06/2012 at 18:42
Well done JMC. Hot, wasn't it?!

I think there has been more in the goody bags in previous years. We were talking about this afterwards and wondered of there'd been a bit of cutting back to keep the price down. Roads are fully closed these days, so guess it must be quite pricey to organise.
10/06/2012 at 18:47
Sorry for these random double posts. Erk!
10/06/2012 at 19:04
AGF - enjoy! Was your time a PB too?
Was in St Agnes shortly after VLM, camping with friends. Horrendous weather, lovely place!
ITB thankfully long- since forgotten. Though to be fair, I've barely broken 25 miles a week since April!
10/06/2012 at 20:48
Great minds think alike. Hopefully the weather will improve
Don't blame you on the mileage, sometimes the body needs a rest... You'll be fresh for the next campaign!!

Yes a 2 min pb compared to last year. Think I have more in me though ...
10/06/2012 at 21:02

ITB is a killer, ran Cov Half a couple of weeks after the doc diagnosed it last year - stopped half-way to get knee bandaged and walked the last 3 miles in agony before sprinting the last quarter mile, collapsed over the line and had three visitors, one with a medal, one  with water and one taking me over to the first aid tent. I could barely walk for 3 days afterwards.

That said, I took a few weeks off and started running slow flat 5k training runs, up to slow 10 miles by Xmas and shot over 30 minutes off my time at Reading after 3 months of speedwork and longer runs.

I used to visit the doc once a decade, it's more like twice a year since I took up running, must cut this down.

Edited: 10/06/2012 at 21:05
10/06/2012 at 22:04

set my 10k PB despite the hills and heat, but ive not raced a 10k in over a year so i'd have been shocked if i never, knocked 7 mins off my previous time. 

i agree with the run in, the last km was like running at a major city marathon, great support from the local community, 


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