... the procedure for the day etc...
Ok, stick with sports drinks then!
gels are something ive never been able to hold down
lucozade and sports drinks also leave me feeling yukky
I've been using those tablets you dissolve in a bottle of water and they are nice, and not fizzy which is good as i don't really like fizzy drinks
good - as long as it works for you
I have loads of vaseline - i swear bit it
though to stop sweat ( or most of it ) getting in or nr my eyes , i wear a cap
your making me hungary
enjoy it - we've never run that - always done Bedford HM - but not this year
sells out in 24 hours - well thats credit and well done to the organisers
hills dont bother me, i've pushed Phil around all over Lake district hils and Ashbourne HM - 6, 8 and 12 hour runs and walks
seen us - have u
Langdale HM - 4 times, they said we'd never get around
Derwent - Buttermere - Newlands Valley 21. 3/4 milers many times - not in actual race, but in summer camp training
Thanks everyone for all the good advice! Yep, will definately have a flask of tea & crisps (for the OH and son while they are waiting for me to finish no doubt!), baby wipes and a clean t-shirt & hoodie in my rucksack! I think LLR have a tent with refreshments for all their runners so I will head there as soon as I finish to meet up with my family and the LLR team and hope they have some snacks ready for me
Loving the vasaline and plasters suggestions too
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