Camaraderie Rules :-D
Watched S4C coverage last night. All very atmospheric with good mountain shots. Plenty of John B and also jason lurking at the edge of the camera at different points.
After walking like a robot on Sunday, eased Monday, had physio on Tuesday and 1st run yesterday - legs feel fine and confident PF issue in check now! Got a very nice slate cheese board (+ vouchers) as 9th open overall prize, but texts which my daughter got from friends who saw her Dad during the programme was the best prize!!
Sorry I didn't get to meet jd (+ others) - although I expect to be seeing him amongst the sub 3 runners next year!!
Just popping in to say goodbye to this thread (but, hello to 2013 ). Went for first post-Snod run last night with club - six miles, which I flew round! Legs felt fine, energy levels etc all good, which was great ..... now why couldn't I do that last Saturday?? Anyway, enough wingeing, next race is Clowne Half and I'm hoping all my Snod hill training will set me up in good stead for that race. Are you running Clowne this year Brer?
See you on the other side .
Shall I switch off the lights? Off to Snowdonia 2013 now then. See ya all there
Not so fast you lot. I saw the S4/C coverage on Saturday. Jason d I saw you a few times during the race coverage (you were the only one I recognised). I thought the coverage this year was the best I've seen, with far more of the actual race and less showing the backgrounds of various runners. I wonder if the good filming weather had anything to do with it? It was good to see the sharp end of the race move its way around the course. I'm left with magical memories of an amazing weekend.
I still haven't posted my photos yet, let alone written a story. I'll probably pass on that anyway and let the pictures do the talking, hopefully sometime this week.
Just over a week after SNOD12, I managed to record my fastest 5 miler for a couple of years. Very proud of 33:57 at the local Frostbite League
It's gone a bit quiet on here. Can't think why.
Anyway, here's a story with pictures linked - from a slow one in more ways than one. I know at least two speedy forumites appear.
(just in case anyone has been getting withdrawal symptons!)
Britnick-fab pictures. You got me on 289 photo..I don't look very athletic going up that hill!!.BTW, how did the run go last weekend?
Lurid shirts. A dazzling scene in Padarn Lake.
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