The 25th Anniversary
Really enjoyed the race again. Did 4.18, 6 mins better than i've done there before so pretty pleased. Looking forward to next year already !
Good seeing CD, SZ, and T Rex on sat nite and meeting one blue leg earlier.
Re-assuring seeing that the leader at Wanfawr can blow up on the hill - best bit of the prog apart from the guy with his collection of coasters !!!
Enjoyed this forum - very entertaining. Moving over to the Luton mara one soon.
Well done safety pin, that is an excellent time. I heard you and your friend finished at different times - the men were watching and had a long wait for us girls!
See you at Luton then. It is a bit different from Snowdonia, but still a good event. Snowdonia will remain my favourite marathon to date and I cannot imagine anything else coming close.
see you all, its been a pleasure, and a great race
my emphasis now turns to London, although i fancy running one as a bit of a warm up (but not sure which one yet).
take care hopefully see you 2009, i am probably doing NY next year.
CD - yeh see u at the roaches and some other fell races - should be good.
One Blue leg - congrats to you and your friend on another marathon - Is that 15 this year ? Much Respect.
Looking forward to Luton, did it last year, quite a nice rural event. Agree with you about Snowdonia - its the best most enjoyable marathon i've done, and I'm looking forward to some more coasters !!
Now pursuaded OH to do Windermere with me next year, means I can also plan then on Snowdonia 08 !
CD (if you're still there) - Osmotherly last year, was it the Lyke Wake 42 ? If so, can you let me have any tips on amount / kind of training an event like this requires (assume practically most people part run part walk ?) and what kind of kit is worn / carried on an event like this ? Think I must have been drinking too much as it suddenly sounds an exciting challenge..... Anyone else who does events like this, grateful for your thoughts....
TV - I guess my half Welshness wasn't enough then to be featured boyo ee by gum
I will watch the highlights later tonight, I may be spotted easy due to the green bin bag I wore for most of the race (due to wind and rain).
Did this in 4:49 and Dublin in 4:30 (no bin bag required).
Hello safety pin
Yes, 15 so far this year with 2 to go. Looking forward to seeing how many we can do next year now!
See you in Snowdonia, if not before.
One Blue Leg
Windermere..... a very good race ....ran it this year (as my first marathon) but was told by some 'charlatans' from my running club that Windermere was harder than Snowdonia....oooooo how they lied.........
still I managed to get round and unbelievably relish the thought of doing this again......a truly great run it is ! Just wish there was a bit more off-road in it . See you all same time next year !
thanks Paul! I'd been checking the Snowdonia site, but nothing there.
TD - you really were only 2 seconds behind me !!
Everyone gone then?
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