Midsummer Munro 'ultra-half'
Oh well, I suppose so although I really should know better at my age ...
Not repeating last year's course? I quite enjoyed it
Alas, it's back to the 'traditional' 13.1 mile course - still an 'ultra-half' though!
Running up the Zig Zag on the Olympic course is something that I'm happy to forfeit this year. I'm in for another go.
OK, I'm in.
Dr Robert, can I ask a favour of you and change the shirt size from L to M? Have PM'd you. Ta ever so much!
Dear Robert McCaffrey,
Having looked on the web, this is the closest I could find to getting into contact with the race organisers of the Midsummer Munro. I am writing with an inquiry about running for a charity: after entering the Half, would I be right in saying that one can run for whichever charity one chooses? I am thinking of running for a local educational establishment.
Dear Robert McCaffrey
Please can you Confirm that I have a place in the Midsummer Munro entered on 14-2-2013
Trionium Midsummer Munro - Britain's hardest half marathon: June 2013, Box Hill, Surreyhttp://www.trionium.com/mm -
Entered through Runners World under team name "Stupid things to do on your 35th birthday" affiliated entry under Reading RoadrunnersConcerned that I have not received a confirmation email , but that the money had been taken from my account by Runners world, my Bro Steve who also entered has got a confirmation email, so i know there should be one
would hate to get there in June I find I couldn't run !!
Dave.. yes, you can run for whichever charity you like. Good luck!
Booked just now. Like Robert above i did it last year. If i can do any of it without walking it will be a miracle, but i was a bit annoyed by my performance last year. Walked too much of it.
It's defintely a bucket list event and possibly one of my favourite races ever. In short, nearly everyone walks some of the event and it's certainly much harder than you average half but with six under your belt already you should be absolutely fine
Richard, what you need for this race is the right attitude. Alongside some fitness of course, but you don't need to be a skinny superfast racing snake. Forget any kind of decent time, treat the distance and the climbs and descents with respect, smile cheerily through the stinging sweat as you take a drink at the feed station, and you'll be alright.
This will be my fourth go at the MM. I'm a middle-aged biomechanical basket case with a current half mara time of about 1hr 50. Make that 2 and a half hours for the MM. So there's plenty of company at the back.
Just grit your teeth, dig in and treat it all as a laugh.
Forgot to add: and be prepared to hurt for a week or so afterwards
having failed to finish last year (don't try this with a stomach bug!!), i'm up for another go.
planning to finally re-run the olympic version next month & actually complete it!! (so i can finally wear the t-shirt...), should be a good training run for the normal "short" course...
I'm doing marathon training at the moment for the Sussex in April, but i think my 20 mile training runs are actually good training for this race. Pound per pound, i think i am going to burn the same amount.
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