Thanet Coastal 10

Fast if the weather is kind to us :-)

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20/08/2009 at 11:37

Looks like I can do this race if hubby will drive me there

28/09/2009 at 16:30
Yay Tracey be good to see you - I have ordered a gentle breeze with winter sunshine this year
29/09/2009 at 13:47
JFDI - as long as it is not as windy as your 25th Anniversary race lol.
30/09/2009 at 09:36

Is this race going to have online entry via RW?  If not how can I go about about getting an entry form SF?

Thanks,
TBSIARF

30/09/2009 at 10:06
Should have online entry that boy - if not you can download a form from the Thanet Roadrunners website.
30/09/2009 at 10:11

That's brilliant thanks JFDI - you have to be the most helpful TRAC person I have come across (bless).  Mind you, if you are not right about the weather on the Thanet 10 day I will come looking for you

I LOVE THE THANET 10.......

TBSIARF

30/09/2009 at 11:28
Awww shucks TBSIARF
30/09/2009 at 11:32

JFDI  -

If I can find Chest Bill I might sign up for club membership prior to the 10 (not that I can run it in 65 anymore (like I used to)........you reckon the boy might give me a discount being later in the year?

30/09/2009 at 11:56
I think there will be a discount as the membership year runs April-March I think.
30/09/2009 at 12:19

Thanks JFDI - it seems to me the club is very popular and numbers are growing eh?  I passed Derek's running group the other Sunday morning and there seemed to be a cast of thousands - didn't see you though JFDI (expect you was still sleeping early Sunday morning )

TBSIARF

30/09/2009 at 14:33
That Boy - I did the Hospice 5k instead!  RW online entries are open for the 10 I just checked.
30/09/2009 at 14:43

JFDI - good for you!!  Only pulling your leg.........  Was there an age limit for the 5k do you know?  It's just I'm sure I saw some youngsters with numbers?  Thanks for the nod re: Thanet 10.

 TBSIARF xx

30/09/2009 at 15:00
Don't think there was an age limit - TRAC Jamie won it and he's 17 and i was beaten by several of Derek's youngsters!
30/09/2009 at 15:24

I used to train with Derek (and Clive in those days) with the youngsters 17/18 on Tuesday nights.  Being the old man of the group I was certainly challenged but managed to show them a thing or two (every now and then after several "red bulls" and numerous lucozade sweets!)

oh...those were the days.......I'm still plodding along at the moment........

01/10/2009 at 11:50
Yay just found out that the Ditton Turkey Trot is 13th December so doesn't clash with our 10!!  A great event about 7 miles cross country with a Santa hat on and its an afternoon start
10/10/2009 at 18:56
Just found this thread immediately after opening mine. That Boy, membership drops to 6 quid from 1st October.
12/10/2009 at 17:16
Quite tempted to do this, as need something to motivate me.  I had entered the Royal Parks Half but bailed out as didn't do any training.  I can only do about 3 miles at the mo, will I have enough time to train and get my mileage up?
12/10/2009 at 20:31
Cathy W go for it.  You've still got a fair few weeks and there is a real mixed bunch of runners who do this - its very friendly too!
12/10/2009 at 21:49

Cathy - go for it. It is a nice pre-christmas race a must. 

JFDI - I need a day pass from hubby to enter this one. Maybe you can talk him into letting me do it at Beachy  How is your training going? There is the all important sausage rolls and cake eat to take into account.

12/10/2009 at 22:02
TraceyG......you'll be pleased to know that I have filed in the entry form for this one and will take it in to club meeting on Wed. I need a race to run between now and the New Year!! Having never run a 10 mile as a race ....................whatever I do will be a PB!!!!
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