Grecian - look forward to seeing you in Cork, sorry to hear you've picked up an injury. That would have been George that you saw at Edinburgh, he did 3.18. I think Jim was running too. and our World Champ TiT did the Hebridean double (I think).
Val - good news on the back, I hope now you'll have an injury free training for the next marathon.
barking - it's the first marathon that's the biggest achievement, not the subsequent ones
FA - IOM (probably)WolverhamptonRobin Hood or MablethorpeAnglesey (hopefully my 200th)Dartmoor ValeSnowdonia
I think I've missed a couple there
Shades - I wish I had known you were doing this as we would have to come to see you and help you through some of the tough patches!!Well done - really really amazing stuff and the front page write up does not do it justice - amazing acheivement!Love
Loon and Will
Haven't posted on here for yonks.
Congrats and welldone on the 10 in 10.Fantastic achievement.I did the windemere marathon this year.Thought of you lot doing the 10 in 10 at the big hill at 7 mile.Tip my hat to you all.Massive respect.
Like a few others on here, did the Edinburgh marathon 7 days later.Was quite windy but no where near as hilly as Windemere.
Hope to see you at Nottingham if you run it.
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