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it looks hideous though chrisit would be like track runningi need more than that to enjoy a race
even the conductive education - which i admit to doing because it is nice and flat - has something nice to look at as you runthat place looked empty and souless
I pretty much agree with everything you say. It was ok as a one off for me, but that is it and it is not really on my schedule as a return trip.
It's ok. I found it this morning. D'oh
see you tonight
So. It's gone a bit quiet here. Nothing happening in the West Midlands?
nothing happening this weekend at all
actually R-K, you must get some of yor club to do our xmas yacht handicap race, it's a bit of fun, teams of two, you predict your combined time, run 3 ish miles and whichever team is nearest to their prediction wins and then we all drink tea and eat cakes
yeti wrote (see)
only the small matter of a certain jog round Brum tomorrow RK
Oh yeah, I thought everyone had lost interest in that after Ms Radcliffe pulled out with a sore throat...?
lurker. wrote (see)
Wot? No beer?
The Courgette & Chocolate cake was very nice, by the way. Didn't taste of courgette or chocolate, but very nice all the same!
I think our clu pub run is much better, it is from pub to pub, 5 pubs I think last year, and you gotta have a drink in each one. Not too bad to start with but once all that fluid starts sloshing around inside you.........
ooh no, don't fancy that
too many fluids
Sorry, folks, forgot to let you know I had a response re the Shakespeare Raceway 10km.
There's an entry form here.
I've pretty much decided against it.
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