Good training run for FLM
Jamil - I think you mean 3hr 30 mins. If you email me I will send you photos that my husband took of you and your friend.
That also goes for anyone that some my husband taking photos at the top of the Hubbards Hill and on the A20 by the bus shelter.
were can I find the results.
a great run
see you next year
thanks to all the admin and support staff.
Agreed-for a first effort that was an exceptionally well organised race.
Interim results were available on a screen at the finish as the runners were still coming in-first time I've seen that done.They were also pinned to the wall of the race HQ very shortly afterwards and I'm sure they'll be on the website very soon.
The air cadets were superb.As well as all the water stations en route,they were coming round and topping up our water cups at the finish-and also handing out free jaffa cakes !
I think I was one of the last to set off,at about 25 past 9,and agree that it was tough.I was pleased with 2.13 and hope this race becomes an annual event.
Phillip - The time I have put on here is my Garmin time.
Those jaffa cakes were a nice touch. I hope this race is back again next year as it is perfect for FLM training.
The results for the A20 pathway run are in.. well online, I am uploading the photos as I write this so they should be online shortly. They are courtesy of one our friends who came down to see us and we roped in to taking the pictures.
Sorry for the delay, we had issues collecting some new timing equipment from heathrow and I have been home the grand sum of 30 minutes
Results are in the usual section and the photos are in the gallery. Don't forget to tag your photo with its race number.
I just noticed I uploaded the photos in landscape mode so if you hang of five minutes they should be fixed
How is everyone this morning.
Thank you to the lady trunner that pick me up on the A20 and gave me a lift to the start.
Hi All- yep I mean 3HOURS & 30Min & it was actually 3 Hours 30min & 34sec.
Tracey-my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your husband was BRILL give him a THANKYOU from me.
PS ANKLES ARE VERY!!! SORE
Has anyone ever done the Bedford Oakley 20? I am running that next....May be. Is it as undualting as this?
A good event, but I started a few minutes behind the main pack and it was painful going overtaking the IPOD listeners and joggers running 2 or 3 abreast along a narrow path. So, the organisers might like to tell the faster runners to start first next time. However, my fault this time- I should have known better.
The water stations were very good, but the one at about half way after a 90 degree right was too soon after the turn to be of any use at pace, so more got spilt than drunk.
The marshalling was indifferent. During the last 5 miles, one marshal was chatting on his phone when he should have been protecting the junction from emerging tractors. Another lady was chatting to a group and I had negotiate my own way across a wide junction with cars everywhere. However, there was one marshal lady doing a brill job near the petrol station. These marshals were not runners and din't understand what was expected of them.
Due to the nature of the event as a time trial, we had to wait forever for the last runner to come in before the prize giving and I still didn't win a sausage and didn't deserve one.
Hi ALL, Just thought I mention that I did this race as one of my final long runs for the FLM, Which I am running for Scannappeal!!! my website is www.justgiving.com/scannappealjam
So far I have run ( please note I am not a runner) :
MK Half .(8th March)
Silverstone Half. (15th March)
A20 Pathway 17.3mile.(22nd March)
& going to do
Bedford Oakley 20Mile (5th April)
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