Runner's World 15-Mile Training Run, Richmond Park

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01/03/2004 at 16:43
They cull the deer in November. Good time of the year, as the gunshots sound like fireworks.
01/03/2004 at 17:03
Thanks to the 10.5 pacer - never got to thank you.
Nice bunch of people in the group.
As for the idiots running into us - can't understand it - people are normally quite friendly in Richmond Park!
Thanks again RW. Can you do this more often!
01/03/2004 at 18:29
Twas a great run. Thanks to Nick and Roger for the GYR pacing. The furthest I'd run in the last 4 months was 10 miles and the 15 felt fine - aside from that last hill!

A negative split too - how fab is that.

Thanks again for the lift KK - sorry for the wild goose chase on the way home - whoops!

01/03/2004 at 19:18
I had a great run with the 10.30 group. Really good bunch. I've forgotten all the names (oxygen deprevation!). Agree about the p****er who barged through, think of the energy he was wasting!! Hate to meet him on the road.
I can confirm my overall pace was 10.34 which is pretty good going. It was a little up and down but that compensated for the hills. Also my GPS gave 14.5 miles.
Left you all for a pit stop at 11 miles so really struggled the last 3 ish trying to catch you up. See you next year. Good luck in the LFM. Thanks Runners World.
02/03/2004 at 09:00
Hey Hainesy,
Got the spelling just right..
Thanks for the support, felt on a high after the race, then thought just have to do that for another 9 miles and then that's it.

See you at Reading.
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03/03/2004 at 21:43

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