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08/01/2003 at 20:01
Good stuff ratcatcher. In hindsight, I think everyone should have one really awful marathon, it teaches you respect for the distance! Btw, what does Leisure Pursuits offer you and at what price? Thing is, Ryan Air is dirt cheap to stockholm, you can book the marathon on the (english version) stockholm marathon website, and accommodation may be cheaper if you do your own thing. Just a thought.
08/01/2003 at 20:03
Glenn: if the Wild Grover's heart rate goes over 120 he has to stop what he's doing and lie down for a while. I think this was Sharon's problem.

Laura: did you really post on Ron's thread? You poor love, we are here for you if you need to talk (lots of people seem to have had HRMs for Christmas if you need to get technical).

Glenn: You don't think the Wild Grover could be you father do you?
09/01/2003 at 08:38
David, Chimp is implying as much but I still have doubts. I can usually avoid the greengrocer's apostrophe (and learning ability would certainly not have come from Sharon's side) and I've never taken to videoing fit young women.
09/01/2003 at 08:50
Thanks, Laura. I will go to the website (once I have put in some paid work for the day!). I am not sure about the prices with LP, but went with them to the Prague Marathon last year and enjoyed the ease of having everything done through one provider. We are actually planning to spend about a week in Stockholm, so may well decide to travel independently. I still have to break it to my husband that we need to train for two marathons this year - neither of us ever expected to get into FLM!
09/01/2003 at 09:50
Laura, I think your it's face campaign is excellent. All those who are proud to be runners should put your face on the site. Who knows you could recognise a few more faces at your next race.
09/01/2003 at 09:55
Especially if they're blue!
09/01/2003 at 09:59
Maybe I should try one of those morphed pictures. Is there anyway of getting my face onto Michelle Pfeiffer's body?
09/01/2003 at 11:14
Fnar-Fnar!

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