22nd June 2008
runnersbeen, you're obsessed the b word is not allowed anymore.
20 mins: plymouth harder than torbay.....?
Oh doG, I look like a fat blob in my phots!
Who am I kidding, I am a fat blob
Well done Michael! I've been thinking I wouldn't do it again but I think I probably should. I have to bury that terrible time I did, once and for all!
I did a 4 mile race in Exeter this evening. Nice and flat it was and very scenic ...... but still felt like hard work!
My bruised toenails are now throbbing
Well done Tinker; fantastic time IMHO and I'm relieved even snakes like you struggled on that last 'undulation'
kwilter: As if!
Richc: Je ne sais pas
42 - Yes, I reckon Plymouth is quite tough. Torbay, despite my performance, has to be easier?
Great pics Small, well found. That's me being cheeky on the first picture with my arms in the air just prior to passing under the bridge. I remember thinking at the time what must the guy taking the photo think of me..
The things you do to occupy your mind!!
20 minutes: I am willing to have my mind changed; maybe my preperation for Torbay wasnt right; certainly I didnt feel quite 'right' as I did for Plymouth; Mrs42 wasnt at Torbay either and I wasnt running with my trainign partner as I did for Plymouth. As I say, I am willing to consider thinking about changing my mind.
42The only way to decide is to race them both next year. I certainly had a good race at Plymouth & a poor one at Torbay - must do better next year.
smallWhat did they use at the cattle grids in the Festival 4?
There were boards on the cattle grids 20 mins.
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